Mr Arbiter told the programme: “He was exasperated that all these things were going on within the family,
“None of which was the fault of the Queen or Prince Phillip,
“But was having repercussion on the Queen and the media were saying why can’t you control your family.
“Well if your son is 40 something, you don’t tell a 40-year-old how to behave.”
Prince Philip was ‘exasperated’ by family’s troubles says expert
Royal expert Dickie Arbiter says that Prince Philip was ‘exasperated’ by the family’s ongoing marria
“You hope they are going to be able to do it themselves,” he adds.
Princess Anne’s first marriage to fellow equestrian Mark Phillips ended after 16 years. The couple divorced in 1992, amid allegations that tensions had started to rise behind closed doors and claims that they were both being unfaithful.
Meanwhile, Prince Charles’ continuing romance with Camilla Parker-Bowles, now Duchess of Cornwall, would lead to the eventual breakdown of his and Princess Diana’s marriage.
Mr Arbiter comments come as Prince Phillip is spending his tenth day in London’s King Edward VII hospital.
Prince Phillip looked to defend the Queen from claims she could “not control the family”
The Duke of Edinburgh is undergoing treatment for an infection. According to Buckingham Palace, the 99-year-old is “comfortable and responding to treatment.”
He is not due to leave hospital “for several days”.
Prince Edward, who admits he has spoken to his father over the phone, revealed to Sky News that the senior royal is doing “a lot better”.
HeirPod host Omid Scobie and ABC News foreign correspondent Maggie Rulli recently discussed the impact of his health problems on the rest of the Royal Family.
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Ms Rulli told listeners: “99 is quite a good age, we should all hope to live such a long and full life.
“Even still, you think of the people that still love him.
“I always think of the spouse especially.So right now, how is the Queen doing?”
She continued: “Her husband of decades is in the hospital. To have your life partner potentially not doing well is hard.”
Source: EXPRESS CO UK