"He is someone who is very connected to his family as it is all he has ever known. He had his life with his mum Princess Diana and his dad Prince Charles and then he had his life with them separately when they divorced.
“Then he lost his mum and then he was with his dad and Prince William and the structure of the Royal Family and the work he has done within that, particularly the military work, have been a very stabilising influence in his life.
"He has no connection with that now.”
Angela went on to suggest that Harry likely has very little contact with his family and friends at the moment and may be missing his royal work at the moment, especially as the coronavirus crisis takes hold.
"In fact, of all the times to move apart from the royal family I can imagine that right now he feels tremendously isolated.
"Everybody, of course, is isolated but he is not just isolated from his family he is isolated on the other side of the world.
"He is just with Meghan and their son, they will be having no contact with friends and he can't engage with anything purposeful at the moment.
"Prince Harry has many talents and he has a particular ability at bringing people together and really understanding issues and feeling very passionate about those issues.
"Prince Harry has no real sense of purpose among that at the moment.”
She added that the launch of the couple's new charity venture 'Archewell' will be giving him something to work towards.
"Presumably behind the scenes he and Meghan Markle are working on this charity and what they are going to do going forward.
"But you have to imagine that he is really wondering what he has done and what that might mean for the future."
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