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Harry has 'nothing to lose' ahead of trauma tell-all, royal experts claim

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Buckingham Palace will reportedly pay close attention to a conference hosted by Prince Harry tonight, as they fear he has 'nothing to lose' after his Frogmore eviction, claims royal experts.

The Duke of Sussex will appear on a virtual conference alongside Dr Gabor Maté at 5pm to discuss "living with loss and the importance of personal healing".

The virtual conference, costing £17 per person, comes after Harry and Meghan Markle were asked to vacate Frogmore Cottage by King Charles, reports the Mirror.

Royal biographer Phil Dampier said Harry may feel like he has "nothing to lose" and there are fears that relations between him and his family may be getting worse.

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