Former Blues boss Karren Brady has claimed Prince Harry has “slightly lost the plot” after his latest interview criticising his family.
The Apprentice star said the Royal was “actively encouraging” press interest and loss of privacy “while at the same time bemoaning his lot and trashing his family”.
Writing in her newspaper column in the Sun On Sunday, she wrote: ” Every time another piece of news is threatening to eclipse Harry and Meghan and allow them to slip into the shadows of anonymity they say they so desperately want, one of them goes and puts a spanner in the works by doing another headline-grabbing interview.”
It comes after Harry told actor Dax Shepard’s Armchair Expert’s podcast that he was going to break the cycle of pain with his own children.
He went on: “When it comes to parenting, if I’ve experienced some form of pain or suffering because of the pain or suffering that perhaps my father or my parents had suffered, I’m going to make sure I break that cycle so that I don’t pass it on.”
During the controversial chat, Harry also compared his life to being in the movie The Truman Show.
Brady was former managing director of Birmingham City FC and is now current West Ham vice-chairman.
She wrote: ” One big difference is that Truman had his life on camera forced upon him. He did not actively seek the cameras and publicity.”
In the long piece, Brady said she felt some empathy for Harry and applauded him for refusing to show a stiff upper lip.
The mum of two said: “It’s so great that he has found what appears to be true love. But it’s easy to wonder sometimes if Harry has become so blinkered by his path towards personal growth that he has slightly lost the plot along the way.”
Brady was given a life peerage in 2014.
During her maiden speech in the House of Lords, Baroness Brady spoke about her time heading up Birmingham City
She first took over at Blues in 1993 when she was just 23 years-old.