In March, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex sat down with the Talk Show Queen and dropped several accusations, including that they were "cut off" financially from the royal family.
Unfortunately for Harry, Charles has receipts.
The Clarence House released the future King of England's annual report on Wednesday, proving that his youngest son received a share of £4.45million -- which is roughly $6.2 million.
The report lists the money as “funding the activities” of his sons, Harry and Prince William, and their spouses, Meghan and Kate Middleton.
According to The Sun, palace sources refused to give the exact number that was given to Harry, but the outlet said the cash was meant to split between the brothers.
Their insiders also divulged Charles gave Harry and Meghan money for the first four months of their “transition period," but they were to get "no more handouts."
"In January 2020 when the Sussexes announced they were going to move away from the working royal family, the Duke said that they would work towards becoming financially independent," the palace source told The Sun.
“The Prince of Wales allocated a substantial sum to support them," they added. “That funding ceased in the summer of 2020, and the couple are now financially independent."
Despite technically being "cut off," Harry and Meghan aren't hurting for money.
The 36-year-old Duke of Sussex inked a deal with Netflix that's reportedly worth upwards of $100 million.
The couple also pulls in an estimated $1 million per speech, thanks to signing with the Harry Walker Agency.
That isn't even including Harry's Apple TV+ deal with Oprah.
Joining forces for their series on mental health, Harry told Oprah he had "unresolved trauma" surrounding Princess Diana's death.
Despite spilling major family tea, Harry is set to see his family on July 1st for his late mother's statue unveiling.