Prince Harry He told the American press that his The meeting with Queen Elizabeth II was to make sure the Queen is “protected and has the right people at her side.”. The words raise controversy, experts say in the British royal house now The Duke of Sussex lives in La La Land.
“One wonders if he’s so deluded in his ‘La La Mundo’ that he doesn’t understand the impact and interpretation of the words,” Katie Nicholl, editor of Vanity Fair, commented on Breakfast with Eamonn and Isabel.
“To me, that sounds a lot more personal” from an Oprah Winfrey interview last year. “The people who surround and protect the Queen at the moment are William and Charles. It’s a direct criticism of HarryKatie Nicholl said.
Journalist Robert Jobson wrote on Twitter that “Prince Charles, his brothers and William are doing just that: support the Queen with deeds, not just words.”
The editor-in-chief of “Majesty” magazine, Ingrid Seward, also responded to Harry’s words. “He’s very good at Invictus Games but seems distracted about more personal matters. I think it’s very strange for him to say, he wants to make sure the Queen is protected and has the right people around her. I mean… what does he know about her? He’s It wasn’t there. It’s very strange.”
It has already reached Parliament. According to the Daily Mail, Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s spokesman said he was confident of protecting the Queen, despite Harry’s comments.
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Sussex were together for the unveiling of a statue of Princess Diana.
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