Royal biographer tells Nigel Farage she's 'very worried' for Prince Harry's future

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Angela Levin spent 15 months following Prince Harry and told Nigel Farage that she's now worried about the next stage of his life.

The royal biographer told Nigel Farage on LBC: "I'm very worried for his future. I became very fond of him.

"I think he's quite charismatic, with this mischievous twinkle in his eye, and brilliant with people who need help."

"I do fear that if you want something and you actually get it, and it's all been very, very tricyk, you might feel euphoric at first.

"Then it dies down a bit and then you look back on it and you think about it and I think he will miss his family.

"I can't see how he can't miss his family. I think he'll want to show off baby Archie won't he? Let his cousins see him."

Farage said: "We all hope that it works for them. I think some of us are sceptical but we hope it works for them."

He asked: "Just how much harm has this episode done the Royal family?"

Levin replied: " I think it's done a lot of harm. I think it would be very hard to reconstruct it.

"Where it has been quite interesting is that it's induced huge support for the Queen. I mean, poor woman, she's 93, you can't you can't go against her still. She's amazing.

"Oh, but she's had a terrible year in 2019 and she could well have done with that."

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Britain's Queen Elizabeth II leaves after attending a church service at St Mary the Virgin Church in Hillington, Norfolk, eastern England, on January 19, 2020. - Britain's Prince Harry and his wife Meghan will give up their royal titles and public funding as part of a settlement with the Queen to start a new life away from the British monarchy. The historic announcement from Buckingham Palace on Saturday follows more than a week of intense private talks aimed at managing the fallout of the globetrotting couple's shock resignation from front-line royal duties. (Photo by Lindsey Parnaby / AFP) (Photo by LINDSEY PARNABY/AFP via Getty Images)
Queen Elizabeth II arriving at St Mary the Virgin, Hillington, Norfolk to attend a Sunday church service. (Photo by Joe Giddens/PA Images via Getty Images)
Britain's Prince Andrew, Duke of York, (C) accompanies Britain's Queen Elizabeth II as she arrives at St Mary the Virgin Church in Hillington, Norfolk, eastern England, on January 19, 2020. - Britain's Prince Harry and his wife Meghan will give up their royal titles and public funding as part of a settlement with the Queen to start a new life away from the British monarchy. The historic announcement from Buckingham Palace on Saturday follows more than a week of intense private talks aimed at managing the fallout of the globetrotting couple's shock resignation from front-line royal duties. (Photo by Lindsey Parnaby / AFP) (Photo by LINDSEY PARNABY/AFP via Getty Images)
KING'S LYNN, ENGLAND - JANUARY 19: Prince Andrew, Duke of York attends church at St Mary the Virgin at Hillington in Sandringham on January 19, 2020 in King's Lynn, England. (Photo by Mark Cuthbert/UK Press via Getty Images)
KING'S LYNN, ENGLAND - JANUARY 19: Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Andrew, Duke of York attend church at St Mary the Virgin at Hillington in Sandringham on January 19, 2020 in King's Lynn, England. (Photo by Mark Cuthbert/UK Press via Getty Images)
Britain's Prince Andrew, Duke of York, (R) accompanies Britain's Queen Elizabeth II as she arrives for a church service at St Mary the Virgin Church in Hillington, Norfolk, eastern England, on January 19, 2020. - Britain's Prince Harry and his wife Meghan will give up their royal titles and public funding as part of a settlement with the Queen to start a new life away from the British monarchy. The historic announcement from Buckingham Palace on Saturday follows more than a week of intense private talks aimed at managing the fallout of the globetrotting couple's shock resignation from front-line royal duties. (Photo by Lindsey Parnaby / AFP) (Photo by LINDSEY PARNABY/AFP via Getty Images)
KING'S LYNN, ENGLAND - JANUARY 19: St Mary the Virgin at Hillington in Sandringham on January 19, 2020 in King's Lynn, England. (Photo by Mark Cuthbert/UK Press via Getty Images)
Duke of York (right) arriving at St Mary the Virgin, Hillington, Norfolk to attend a Sunday church service. (Photo by Joe Giddens/PA Images via Getty Images)
Queen Elizabeth II arriving at St Mary the Virgin, Hillington, Norfolk to attend a Sunday church service. (Photo by Joe Giddens/PA Images via Getty Images)
Queen Elizabeth II with the Duke of York arriving at St Mary the Virgin, Hillington, Norfolk to attend a Sunday church service. (Photo by Joe Giddens/PA Images via Getty Images)
Queen Elizabeth II leaves after attending a morning church service at St Mary the Virgin church in Hillington, Norfolk. (Photo by Joe Giddens/PA Images via Getty Images)
KING'S LYNN, ENGLAND - JANUARY 19: Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Andrew, Duke of York attend church at St Mary the Virgin at Hillington in Sandringham on January 19, 2020 in King's Lynn, England. (Photo by Mark Cuthbert/UK Press via Getty Images)
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II leaves (R) after attending a church service at St Mary the Virgin Church in Hillington, Norfolk, eastern England, on January 19, 2020. - Britain's Prince Harry and his wife Meghan will give up their royal titles and public funding as part of a settlement with the Queen to start a new life away from the British monarchy. The historic announcement from Buckingham Palace on Saturday follows more than a week of intense private talks aimed at managing the fallout of the globetrotting couple's shock resignation from front-line royal duties. (Photo by Lindsey Parnaby / AFP) (Photo by LINDSEY PARNABY/AFP via Getty Images)
KING'S LYNN, ENGLAND - JANUARY 19: Queen Elizabeth II attends church at St Mary the Virgin church at Hillington in Sandringham on January 19, 2020 in King's Lynn, England. (Photo by Karwai Tang/WireImage)
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