The 36-year-old is reportedly set to inherit a portion of the late Prince Philip's £30million estate, despite dropping all those royal family "truth bombs" on television.
That's because Philip's will was executed before Harry's explosive interview with Oprah where he bulldozed his family.
According to several reports, Harry will benefit from his beloved grandfather's death despite being the black sheep of the family at the moment.
Philip died on April 9 at the age of 99.
"Philip was not the sort of character to punish a grandson [Harry] for misbehaving. He was a very fair, even-handed, and lovely man. Never held a grudge," a source told The Sun.
According to the insider, the money for his grandchildren was "sorted out quite a while ago."
While Harry isn't the only grandchild that's getting a portion of the late Duke of Edinburgh's fortune, the majority of it is going to Philip's widow Queen Elizabeth.
Philip reportedly even made sure to gift three of his most loyal senior aides -- his private secretary Brigadier Archie Miller-Bakewell and pages William Henderson and Stephen Niedojadlo -- money.
'Unlike some other royals, Prince Philip will be generous to the three men who looked after him," a source connected to Buckingham Palace told The Sun.
All three men walked behind senior royal family members and Philip's coffin during his funeral procession at Windsor Castle on April 17.
As Radar reported, Harry told Oprah he was "afraid" to travel back to London for his grandfather's funeral service.
Sitting down with Oprah for their Apple TV+ show, The Me You Can't See, Harry opened up his family's lack of support for Meghan Markle, his panic attacks, and leaving London for good.
He also revealed how he turned to alcohol and drugs to numb the pain of Princess Diana's death.