After throwing Charles under the bus, Harry's'relationship is at an all-time low.'
Harry and Charles' relationship may be on the rocks after Harry issued a statement claiming he had "raised concerns about" Mahfouz Marei Mubarak bin Mahfouz' motives.
After donating large sums to the Prince's Foundation, he was promised a knighthood and British citizenship.
According to the Express, the Duke of Sussex claimed to have "severed ties" with the Saudi billionaire.
"The Duke had one planned meeting with this donor nearly eight years ago, did not introduce him to any members of the Royal family, and expressed his concerns about the donor," his statement said, referring to the crisis as a "CBE scandal."
"Prince Harry was arguably closer to Prince Charles than Prince William before his decision to repeatedly throw his father under a bus," royal expert Camilla Tominey said.
The Prince of Wales has denied any knowledge of the cash for royal honours scheme, but Michael Fawcett, the Chief Executive of the Prince's Foundation, has resigned.
Mahfouz denies the charges.
Another royal expert predicted that Prince Harry's alleged ongoing feud with his father, Prince Charles, would lead to "worse to come."
Harry claimed in an infamous interview with Oprah Winfrey after quitting royal duties with his wife Meghan Markle that his father had cut him off financially.
Richard Eden, the Mail's diary editor, began by saying, "I feel very sorry for Prince Charles."
"The Queen has always been a difficult act to follow, and there have been many doubts about Prince Charles as King."
"Instead of his sons supporting him and emphasizing what a good monarch he would be, he has Harry launching these brickbats from the other side of the Atlantic."
"I believe the worst is yet to come."
A spokesperson for the Sussexes has been contacted for comment.