During the Oprah interview, aired on March 7, Prince Harry opened up about his relationship with his father, explaining that there is "a lot to work through" between them after he and Meghan walked away from Royal Life.
As Prince Charles toured the NHS COVID-19 vaccine distribution site on Tuesday (March 9), Queen Elizabeth's eldest son was asked by reporters what he thought of the Sussex interview.
The Prince of Wales looked back at the reporter who put forth the question in front of him, turned back, chuckled, and exited the facility.
There has yet to be a comment from the palace or any members of the royal family since the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's revealing interview aired.
Prince Charles appeared in good spirits throughout the engagement, joking with one vaccine recipient that he had already received his vaccine because "I may be a little bit older," according to Sky News.
The pop-up vaccine clinic took place at Jesus House church, which he previously visited in Nov. 2007 on his 59th birthday to celebrate the community work of black majority churches. Prince Charles recognized their efforts to help end the coronavirus pandemic.
"As I have seen today, you have opened your church to the vaccine program for the whole community, and you have been collecting and distributing food to those who need it most, as I have also seen," he said. "And if ever we needed an example of how to be a good Samaritan, we need look no further, if I may say so."
"So, ladies and gentlemen, we are all immensely proud of the role black majority churches play, and it is of course a profound sorrow to me to know that black communities have been hit particularly hard by this pernicious virus," he added.
Amidst his and Meghan’s Oprah interview, Harry revealed that his father had stopped taking his calls after their exit and that he was ‘let down’ by his lack of support, given he had seen his own late wife, Princess Diana, go through the same struggles that Meghan had been going through.
"I feel really let down because he's been through something similar. He knows what pain feels like. And Archie's his grandson. But at the same time, I will always love him. But there's a lot of hurt that's happened. And I will continue to make it one of my priorities to try and heal that relationship. But they only know what they know,” said Harry.
Prince Harry and Meghan withdrew from royal duties in 2020 when they announced their decision to “step back as ‘senior’ members” of the royal family and spend their time living between the UK and North America.
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