Prince Harrys pals claim that Duke of Sussex became no fun after Meghan

One of Prince Harry's pals admitted that the Duke of Sussex hasn't been as much "fun" since he married Meghan Markle.

Former England international rugby player James Haskell made the comments during his podcast The Good, The Bad & The Rugby. He was speaking about first meeting Prince Harry at the wedding of Mike Tindall, who also co hosts the podcast, to Zara Phillips in 2011.

Haskell said: “Who should be there, wandering around having a good time, but Prince Harry. He hadn't met her [Meghan] yet, so he was still quite fun.”

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Haskell also poked fun at Tindall – saying he sucked up to his new Royal Family.

He said: “I don't know how to say this but Tinds is a proper brown-nose around the royals.

“He's taken brown-nosing to a new level. They called him 'Solesy' at the palace because the only thing you see hanging out of their backsides are the soles of his feet.

“And he's also known as a bit of a cuckoo because since he joined up, he's had Harry out and he's had [Prince] Andrew out [of the family] as well. He's one big plane crash away from being King.”

Haskell and Tindall were doing a live version of their popular rugby podcast at Bath Forum, in Somerset and audience laughter encouraged Haskell to keep ripping into Tindall.

He continued: “He [Tindall] keeps trying to book their travel.

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“Charles will be asking him, ‘Do we really have to fly to Afghanistan? And all together? And on Ryanair?'"

Haskell and Tindall also recorded a special version of the podcast at Windsor Castle in celebration of the World Cup.

Prince William, Princess Kate and Tindall’s mother-in-law Princess Anne made a surprise appearance much to the delight of Royal Family fans.

Haskell jibed about the encounter at the Bath Forum.

He said: “The tea we were served came in chipped mismatching mugs with cheesy slogans on.

'"Best dad in the world", "I hate my brother". One with Prince Andrew on, someone had crossed out the picture, and written 'K***head' on it.”

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