Kelly Osbourne slams ‘whining, complaining t**t’ Prince Harry in explosive new rant
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Kelly Osbourne didn't hold back when it came to sharing her thoughts on Prince Harry as she described the Royal as a 'whining, complaining t**t'.
He probably prefers the Duke of Sussex, but Osbourne has made her choice.
The TV personality, 38, went in on Harry as she appeared on the I've Had It podcast with co-hosts Jennifer Welch and Angie 'Pumps' Sullivan today (20 June).
When the group broached the subject of Harry, Osbourne didn't waste any time.
"I think Harry is a f**king twat," she said, causing Welch and Sullivan to burst out laughing.
Her bold comments about the prince came as she was asked to play a game called Had It or Hit It, which involved her being asked about a range of topics and say whether she has 'had it' with them, or whether she would 'hit it' - meaning she enjoys it.
“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, I always thought she would remain Queen Consort, it’s weird that she’s Queen.”
Welch then jumped in to share her own view on Charles, calling him out about the fact that Prince Harry didn't sit in the front row with other senior members of the Royal Family during King Charles III's coronation.
“My problem with Charles is, you have a son, I have a son. I don’t care what my f***ing son did, if I was getting crowned, he would sit in the very front row," Welch said.
I'm sure you won't be surprised to learn, however, that Osbourne didn't agree.
After declaring him a 'f**king t**t', Osbourne continued: "I do. I think he's a f**king twat 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 f**king life is hard," Osbourne argued. “You were the prince of a goddamn country who dressed up as a f**king Nazi, and now you’re trying to come back as the Pope? Suck it.”
The reality TV star's mention of the Nazi costume relates to a fancy dress birthday party which Harry attended in Nazi uniform in 2005.
The prince has since described that as 'probably one of the biggest mistakes of [his] life'.
Tyla has reached out to representatives of Prince Harry for comment.