Prince Harry opened up in fake call from ‘Greta Thunberg,’ pranksters say

Prince Harry reportedly opened up about personal issues from “Megxit” to his battle with ruthless media in a call with Russian hoaxers impersonating Greta Thunberg and her dad.

He also touched on Prince Andrew, U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson and U.S. President Donald Trump during the Dec. 31 and Jan. 22 phone calls with pranksters Vladimir Kuznetsov and Alexey Stolyarov, the Sun reports.

The British tabloid obtained both recordings of the crank calls, which provide insight into how Prince Harry has been coping after his and Meghan Markle‘s exit from the Royal Family.

Kuznetsov and Stolyarov confirmed the Sun’s report in statements to The Guardian and the BBC.

The pranksters spoke directly with the prince under the false pretense that they were Thunberg and her father, Svante Thunberg, they told BBC.

Buckingham Palace did not provide BBC with a comment on the situation.

In the Sun’s reports of the candid conversation, Harry says he’s “more normal than my family would like to believe” thanks to a decade serving in the military. He also said that Trump has “blood on his hands” when discussing the climate crisis and that life is “much better” away from royalty.

“Sometimes the right decision isn’t always the easy one, and this decision certainly wasn’t the easy one but it was the right decision for our family, the right decision to be able to protect my son,” Harry reportedly said about the couple’s step away from their royal duties.

“And I think there’s a hell of a lot of people around the world that can identify and respect us for putting our family first. But, yeah, it’s a tricky one, but we will start a new life.”

The 35-year-old also reportedly offered greater insight into the issue of their royal titles, clarifying that they didn’t, in fact, lose them at all.

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