Prince Harry gets cutting warning from radio DJ – saying he ‘grinds my gears’

As a newlywed and father-to-be, Prince Harry can seemingly do no wrong.

The Duke of Sussex's public image has undergone a huge transformation, and in its current incarnation, could not be farther from 'Las Vegas Harry' or 'Fancy Dress Harry'.

Together with his wife, Meghan Markle , the Prince now cuts a seemingly healthier and earnest figure, winning hearts wherever he goes.

But not everyone is convinced.

talkRADIO commentator and veteran journalist Mike Graham gave it to his listeners straight during a recent segment.

In a discussion about the Royal family , some members came out unscathed, but others – such as the one-time Party Prince – weren't so lucky.

He started: "There are many people who are very much in awe of the Royal Family and there are many people who really don’t like the Royal Family.

"I am somewhere in the middle."

Graham revealed he had a lot of respect for the Queen and the job she's done.

He said: "I think she is incredibly smart, incredibly tolerant. I think she has been a very, very good thing of this country."

Then it came to Prince Harry , and the gloves came off.

"Prince Harry is really starting to grind my gears, he is really starting to get on my nerves," he explained.

Graham referenced Harry's wilder days and the infamous Las Vegas incident where "paraded around with his backside hanging out" with a "load of strippers."

He continued: "Now he has been reincarnated as Saint Harry. He likes to go around running the Invictus Games."

Switching his focus to Harry's project with Oprah Winfrey, Graham revealed he wasn't interested in hearing about the prince being "the ambassador for all sorts of Charities going all over the world and doing good things.”

"None of that has anything to do with me or my country, it has nothing to do with Britain, has nothing to do with his role in the Royal Family.

"Quite frankly, Prince Harry, if you want to be a philanthropist, if you want to be a freelance charity merchant, by all means, do so. [But] do not expect the British public to fund it. It is as simple as that."

Well it's 2019 – you can't expect everyone to love the Royal family…

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