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Prince Harry accused of betraying the royal family


Prince Harry has been criticized for his alleged publicity stunts and throwing the Royal Family ‘to the lions’ and ‘cancelling his own family’.

Some pundits and royal fans believe the Duke betrayed his own family and was used by others to harm the monarchy by creating problems for King Charles III.

Royal commentator Dan Wootton spoke to royal biographer Angela Levin and US journalist Ernest Owens about the prospect of Harry’s arrival at this year’s King Charles coronation in May.

Speaking on GB News, Levin also called the Duke ‘malicious’ and ‘appalling’, arguing that despite claims he wanted reconciliation with the company following the fallout from last month’s Netflix series and of his recent memoir Spare, it would prove difficult.

“He said he would agree to come in a very condescending way, but it’s like he’s doing the whole organization and he says he wants to talk first to go over everything,” said Wine.

“He wants an apology, especially for Meghan. Now you can bet your socks off he won’t just accept an apology. He’ll want around 3,000 for things they did wrong,” she said. for follow-up.

“We saw that in his book and it will go on and on and on. And you can’t let someone who’s been so malicious win, you just can’t. It has nothing to do with family, he threw his family to the lions. It was absolutely appalling.

Wootton asked Ernest Owens why he thought Meghan and Harry should attend the coronation and be allowed on the balcony at Buckingham Palace.

Owens responded by saying, “Because they’re family and I think canceling family members will only widen the rift and prove the point. So my book is called The Case of the cancellation culture. So you all support canceling Harry, the Sussexes being canceled outside of Britain. I’m surprised.

He urged Harry to return to the UK as a private citizen, saying: “You know what, Ernest, he can come back as a private citizen. He canceled himself.”

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