Prince Harry's recent tell-all talk was "careful not to attack family", an expert has said after pointing out that Prince William was not mentioned.
The royal's livestreamed chat with Dr Gabor Maté appeared cautious to one royal expert who believes the "toxic trauma" chat would do "little" to change things.
The Duke of Sussex is said to be at odds with members of the Royal Family, and his recent chat to promote autobiography Spare will do little for the "serious rift" between the family.
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It could mean, however, that members of the Royal Family are thankful to the Duke for not attacking them directly during his interview.
Expert Richard Fitzwilliams, speaking to DailyMail, said: "I don't thing this will change things. Things are bad, there is a serious rift. The best that can be said is that this didn't make things worse.
"There was no direct attack on the monarch and there was also, although it was all in the background – the past he was escaping from – there was no direct attack at all on any member of the Royal Family.
"I think there will be a lot of relief and thanks."
Expert Fitzwilliams, however, has since questioned the point of Harry's previous criticism of his family members and the revelations of his autobiography.
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The expert added: "For somebody who stresses with Mate, who stresses that the results of therapy are so positive, how and why would he account for his negativity to the royal family more publicly?
"Why did they launch all of these attacks on the royals? One of the problems is he is never asked difficult questions in these interviews."
Daily Star had previously reported one of a number of bombshells dropped in the interview, including one relating to the drug use of the Duke.
He claimed that cocaine "did nothing" for him but revealed the one drug he says "really helped" him.
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