Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's millionaire neighbours in the US are "starting to question" the couple's motives in the wake of the string of new TV interviews by Harry, it has been reported.

The televised interviews have seen Harry lay bare the fractured relations with his father, King Charles and brother, Prince William.

Most recently, the Duke of Sussex sat down with Tom Bradby in a 60 minute sit down chat that aired on ITV on January 8. He also spoke to Anderson Cooper in a US interview first, where he revealed he was not on speaking terms with his family, who reside in the UK – while he, Meghan and his family live in a multi-million dollar mansion in Montecito, California.

When asked if he was in touch with his brother and father, Harry said: "Currently, no, but I look forward to – I look forward to us being able to find peace."


Harry and Meghan moved to the US after sensationally announcing that they were stepping back as senior working members of the royal family in 2020, although they've kept their titles as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, which were given to them by the late Queen on their wedding day in 2018.

And now, some of Harry and Meghan's neighbours have spoken to Sky News about the latest accusations and revelations to come from Harry about his family, both in passages from Harry's book and from his interview with Tom Bradby.

Speaking from the US, reporter Martha Kelner said: "As the TV and book deals mount up, neighbours are beginning to question the motives behind their media offensive.

One resident, who appeared happy to learn of the drama, told her: "The story is interesting because it keeps evolving. It's he said, she said. It makes great television."

When asked whether the US 'sided' with Harry and Meghan, another responded: "My observation is that most women are on Meghan's side.

"Most men are just wondering why are they doing this?"

A former TV executive living in the area told Sky News: "My friends turn their nose up at it all.

"People hear they get a $100m contract with Netflix. They are making that money, it's not theirs. It's for their company and their staff."

Harry has made some explosive allegations about his family, including accusing his brother Prince William "physically attacked" him in a row at Harry's London home in 2019, where Harry alleges William "knocked" him to the ground and called Harry's wife Meghan "rude", "abrasive" and "difficult."

He also shared a private conversation between himself, Prince William and King Charles, in which Harry claims that his father begged him and William " not to make my final years a misery " with their feud.

Harry went into detail about his previous drug use and even shared how he lost his virginity to an older woman in a field when he was 17.

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