Royal expert reacts to Prince Harry’s Absence on trial opening day

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Prince Harry was expected to appear in court on Monday.

The Duke of Sussex, Prince Harry, did not appear at London’s High Court on Monday, where he is suing a British tabloid publisher.

Reacting to the high court no-show, royal expert Angela Levin said Prince Harry left the judge “absolutely furious”.

Speaking to GB News, Angela said: “It’s so unusual and so desperate, I just couldn’t believe he couldn’t find someone to look after him.”

Prince Harry was expected to appear in court on Monday.

Angela said: “I spoke to a friend about what the judge meant by ‘surprised’, she said he is absolutely furious.”

“He’s very rude and said he wouldn’t help him in the case. No, you just don’t show up.”

“He has a team that could have something together,” the royal expert further said.

Earlier, according to media reports, Harry left the High Court judge “a bit surprised” by failing to turn up on the day the trial began.

Harry’s lawyer, David Sherborne, said the Prince would not take the stand until Tuesday.

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