Kelly Osbourne Is Not Here For Prince Harry's 'Whining'

Kelly Osbourne is not impressed with Prince Harry, and she is letting everyone know exactly how she feels. Three years ago, Harry and his wife Meghan Markle decided to step down as senior members of the royal family and move out of the U.K. in search of a more private, fulfilling life in the United States. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's decision has been met with a great deal of criticism and has caused a rift within the royal family, especially between Harry and his father King Charles and older brother Prince William. In an interview with Oprah Winfrey that aired in March 2021, Harry described the "space" in the relationship between himself and William, explaining that the two hadn't been seeing eye-to-eye on quite a few things.

Following the candid sit-down with Oprah, Harry has continued speaking out about his past and about the life he has now chosen for himself. From his appearance on Dax Shepard's "Armchair Expert" podcast to the release of his very first memoir, "Spare," Harry's had a lot to say. And there's at least one person who doesn't have any interest in hearing any more of it — and that's Osbourne. On the June 20 episode of the "I've Had It" podcast, Osbourne shared her take on the Duke of Sussex — and she did not hold back.

Kelly Osbourne is not a Prince Harry fan

On the "I've Had It" podcast, the hosts started talking about Prince Harry's attendance at King Charles' coronation, and one of them felt that he should have been seated in the front row as the son of the king. Kelly Osbourne, however, did not agree. "I think Harry's a "f***ing t**t," she said, adding, "He's a whining, whinging, complaining, 'woe is me, I'm the only one whose had mental problems. My life was so hard.' Everybody's life is f***ing hard. You are the prince of a goddamn country who dressed up as a f***ing Nazi, and now you're trying to come back as the Pope? Suck it." 

Earlier in the podcast, Osbourne, who was born and raised in the U.K., showed her support for King Charles during a game of "Hit It or Had It." Osbourne was all in on the king and the newly crowned Queen Camilla, saying "hit it" as soon as their names came up. "It's new, it's different. Let them try it out and see what they can make of it," Osbourne said. "Definitely King Charles. I don't know much about Camilla," Osbourne admitted, adding that it's "weird" to her that she's referred to as Queen Camilla, rather than Queen Consort Camilla. It seems as though she's open to giving Camilla a chance, however, which is more than she's willing to do for Harry.