Sharon Osbourne "feels sorry" for Prince Harry.

The 71-year-old star recently announced plans to come back to the UK after years of living in LA with her husband Ozzy and believes that the Duke of Sussex, 39, - who quit royal duties in 2020 and relocated to the Californian city in search of a private life with wife Meghan - is "weak" and "vulnerable" when it comes to women but does not believe that moving stateside would ever have given him the "privacy" he craved.

She told The Sunday Express: "Oh my God, the tide has changed in one year, from being the darlings and everybody’s new best friends.

“Certain billionaires that are in the industry that were ****-licking them, they must feel like a small group right now. I feel sorry for Harry.

“He’s weak. I shouldn’t say weak – he’s very vulnerable when it comes to women, I feel. I don’t know him but it’s just the impression I get. He would be very easy to manipulate.

"No matter what, you’ll always be British, and to think by saying, ‘If we move from England we will get privacy and we’re going to Los Angeles’ – give me a break."

The former 'X Factor' judge also insisted that she "does not feel bad" for former 'Suits' actress Meghan as she shared her hopes that Harry - who has Archie, four, and two-year-old Lilibet with his wife - will eventually come home to the UK.

She said: "I feel bad for him. I do not feel bad for Meghan whatsoever.

“If I see her stroke his back and push him towards her one more time I am going to throw up!

“He’s a little boy that’s vulnerable. Again, just my opinion, never meeting him, but you look at him and he’s very sad."