Prince Harry appears to slam 'sick' world leaders, reveals agonising Megxit details to Russian pranksters posing as Greta Thunberg

Prince Harry has apparently exposed intimate details of his bombshell Megxit decision as well as slamming 'sick' world leaders including Donald Trump during a prank phone call. 

According to the Daily Mail and other UK media outlets, the Duke of Sussex was tricked by Russian hoaxers into thinking he was speaking to climate change activist Greta Thunberg. 

In audio that has since been removed from the YouTube page of Alexei Stolyarov and Vladimir Kuznetsov, Harry appears to speak candidly about the royal family and his feelings on world politics. 

Of the decision to step back from the royal family, Harry reportedly said: "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.

"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." 

Harry reportedly joked that marrying into the royal family is "not all it's made up to be", but said he and Meghan would be starting a new life. 

Asked by the pranksters if normal life was worse than living as a royal, Harry allegedly responded: "Oh no, I think it's much better". 

The prince also appeared to weigh in on global politics, slamming US president Donald Trump as having "blood on his hands" and lamenting the "sick people" who were running the world.  

Still, he reportedly encouraged the fake Greta Thunberg to meet with Trump and UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson if given the chance, in order to have an "open dialogue". 

The audio also apparently has Harry respond to questions about the scandal surrounding Prince Andrew's friendship with convicted sex offender Jeffry Epstein, although he admitted: "I have very little to say on that". 

"But whatever he has done or hasn't done, is completely separate from me and my wife. 

"We operate in a way of inclusivity and we are focusing on community. And so we are completely separate from the majority of my family."

In addition to denying claims he and Meghan had been stripped of their royal titles, Harry is said to have taken aim at the tabloids, claiming the media sought to "destroy" his family's reputation. 

"For most, all of my life, I've always been part of a family and part of a country that is scared of the tabloid media because they have so much power and influence and no morals," he said. 

"From the moment that I found a wife that was strong enough to be able to stand up for what we believe in together, has basically scared them so much that they've now come out incredibly angry, they've come out fighting, and all they will try and do now is try and destroy our reputation and try and, you know, sink us.

"But what they don't understand is the battle we are fighting against them is far more than just us." 

It's not the first time notorious Russian pranksters Alexey Stolyarov and Vladimir Kuznetsov have hit headlines. The pair have a diverse pranking portfolio, under the alias 'Lexus and Vovan.' 

In the past decade their victims have included Elton John and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. Just last year, the pair convinced Republican Senator Lindsey Graham he was receiving a call from Turkey's Minister of Defence. 

In 2016, Stolyarov told The Guardian they've been offered hundreds of thousands of dollars to prank high profile figures, like MPs and celebrities.

"We work for ourselves, for nobody else," he claimed.

Prince Harry nor the Royal Family have officially commented on the prank.