A FORMER BBC presenter has been stunned after Prince Harry claimed he experienced “total neglect” from the Royal family.

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In a new mental health documentary series, Prince Harry has said the Royal family responded to his concerns for his wife Meghan with “total neglect” and “bullied him into silence”. Reacting to the claims made by the Duke of Sussex in the new Apple TV series former BBC presenter Simon McCoy tweeted: “‘Total neglect…..’??” One follower of Mr McCoy replied: “I’ve worked with neglected children for 25 years.

“Not one of them is like Harry.”

Prince Harry’s new series on mental health for Apple TV+ has suggested his relationship with his family in the UK is now “hanging by a thread”

In the new documentary series that is also produced by Oprah Winfrey “struggle to understand what he hopes to achieve”.

In the recent interview for the documentary series with his friend Oprah Winfrey, Prince Harry suggested his father allowed his children to suffer.

READ MORE: Prince Harry is hurting Royal Family to core: ‘Total neglect’

Prince Harry and the Queen

Prince Harry and the Queen (Image: GETTY)

He also claimed the Royal Family and the media had “smeared” his wife.

The news comes as a Palace insider explained to the Daily Mail that the Royal Family is becoming adversely affected by Prince Harry’s frequent claims against them.

The Queen’s statement following Meghan and Harry’s March interview with Oprah Winfrey was that she wanted to work out issues privately as a family

Now a palace aide has told the Daily Mail that this wish for privacy still stood.

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Prince Harry has said the Royal family responded to his concerns for his wife Meghan with

Prince Harry has said the Royal family responded to his concerns for his wife Meghan with “total neglect” (Image: GETTY)

Prince Harry has said the Royal family responded to his concerns for his wife Meghan with

Prince Harry has said the Royal family responded to his concerns for his wife Meghan with “total neglect” (Image: GETTY)

The Palace insider said: “Everyone is struggling to understand what he gets from, or hopes to achieve, by interventions like this.

“It is perfectly possible to campaign effectively on the issue of mental health without talking in such intimate detail about his own experiences.”

In the Duke of Sussex’s latest interview as part of a series on mental health for Apple TV+ he claimed his father, Prince Charles, had been neglectful and allowed his children to “suffer” when it came to the media because of his own negative experiences.

In the documentary, Harry describes how his wife Meghan Markel has shared her darkest thoughts with him.

Prince Harry has said the Royal family responded to his concerns for his wife Meghan with

Prince Harry has said the Royal family responded to his concerns for his wife Meghan with “total neglect” (Image: GETTY)

He describes how she has discussed “the practicalities” of how she had considered committing suicide.

In the programme Prince Harry said: “I felt completely helpless.

“I thought my family would help.

“However, every single ask, request, warning, whatever it is, just got met with total silence or total neglect.”

In the interview on mental health for the new series, Prince Harry claimed the Royal Family treated his wife Meghan and himself in such a way that they were “bullied into silence”.

Prince Harry said the fear of losing his wife and raising Archie alone “was one of the biggest reasons to leave the UK” to start a new life in California.