Harry’s ‘relationship at breaking point after throwing Charles under bus’

Harry and Charles' relationship could possibly be at breaking point after Harry released a statement claiming he had "raised concerns about" the motives of Mahfouz Marei Mubarak bin Mahfouz.

He was promised a knighthood and British citizenship after donating large sums to the Prince's Foundation.

The Duke of Sussex claimed that he had "severed ties" with the Saudi billionaire, Express reports.

His statement, which referred to the crisis as a "CBE scandal", added: "The Duke had one planned meeting with this donor nearly eight years ago, did not introduce him to any members of the Royal family, and expressed his concerns about the donor."

Royal expert Camilla Tominey said: "Before Prince Harry’s decision to repeatedly throw his father under a bus, he was arguably closer than Prince William to Prince Charles."

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The Prince of Wales has denied having any knowledge about the exchange of cash for royal honours, but the Chief Executive of the Prince’s Foundation, Michael Fawcett, has stepped down.

Mahfouz denies the allegations.

Another royal expert predicted that there is "worse to come" from Prince Harry amid his alleged ongoing fallout with his dad Prince Charles.

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After quitting royal duties with his wife Meghan Markle, Harry claimed in the infamous interview with Oprah Winfrey that his father had cut him off financially.

"I feel really sorry for Prince Charles," began the Mail’s diary editor Richard Eden.

"The Queen was always going to be an extremely hard act to follow, and there have been plenty of doubts about Prince Charles as King.

"He needs his sons to be supporting him and emphasising what a good monarch he would be, and instead he has Harry launching these brickbats from across the Atlantic.

"I think there will be worse to come."

The Sussexes have been contacted for comment.

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