Harrys one-man war continues as memoir just the beginning, says expert

Prince Harry has launched a "fresh, bruising PR assault" on the royal family as his "one-man war" rages on, an expert claimed.

The Duke of Sussex arrived in London on Monday (March 27) to attend a hearing at the High Court as part of a legal row against Associated Newspapers.

And at a preliminary hearing yesterday (March 28), Harry issued a renewed blow to the Firm, claiming: "The institution was without a doubt withholding information from me for a long time."

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Royal expert Daniela Elser says the allegation proves the Prince is eager to continue his barrage of claims against the Palace, even after his tell-all memoir was released.

"The Duke of Sussex’s presence in London this week […] is definitive proof that the man is just not going to stop," she wrote for news.com.au.

"What has become clear this week is that Harry’s tell-all Spare wasn’t his final, parting shot in his fight against the Palace. Instead, the Duke is only going to continue waging his one-man war."

Elser then added: "The last two years have seen his relationship with his family go from bad to Titanic-ly worse."

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Elser's claims come after Harry's dad, King Charles, dodged his son during his visit to Britain, the first since the Queen's funeral in September.

Buckingham Palace said the King was not in Windsor or London and would not be in the UK for very long, as he planned to leave for a three-day state visit to Germany on Wednesday morning (March 29), reports the Daily Telegraph.

Prince William and Kate Middleton, and their children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, are also not at Windsor at the moment because the kids are currently on their Easter holidays from school.

Harry's hearing was supposed to coincide with Charles and Queen Consort Camilla's first state visit to France, which was cancelled due to ongoing protests in the country.

The impromptu UK trip has also come at a time when tensions between Harry and his family are at an all-time high after the release of his memoir in January, which saw him dish the dirt on his family and reportedly leave the King and Queen Consort "furious" and "wearied".

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