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Prince Harry slammed referring to George, Charlotte, Louis as other ‘spare parts’


Prince Harry has come under fire online from royal enthusiasts after expressing concern for other “spare parts” of the royal family, including Prince William’s three children, Princes George and Louis and Princess Charlotte.

In an interview with The Telegraph a few days after the publication of his explosive memoirs SparePrince Harry has said he is “worried” about the “other spare parts” of the royal family despite his ongoing rift with them.

“As I know very well, in my family, if it’s not us, it will be someone else. And although William… made it very clear to me that his children are not my responsibility, I still feel a responsibility knowing that out of those three children, at least one will end up like me, the reserve one. And it hurts, it worries me.

Reacting to the statement, many royal enthusiasts flooded social media with disdain about it, with one writing: “They have Princess Anne who was a ‘reserve’ worked her heart out and is still working! ” and another saying, “Charlotte won’t be like Prince Harry, she’ll be like Princess Anne.”

It is pertinent to note here that Princess Anne, the second child of the late Queen Elizabeth, is often hailed as the hardest working member of the royal family.

Another royal fan said: ‘No, I don’t like this one at all. Harry’s truth tour shouldn’t include his brother’s children,’ with another dreamer, ‘Can anyone imagine the outrage if William had said something like he was worried about Harry’s children, but it’s perfectly normal for Harry to comment on his brother’s children?

“Harry has NO AFFAIR with Prince William’s children. Shame on him. Worry about his own messy life! said another royal enthusiast, while another wrote: ‘Harry should be worried about him -even his wife and children William and Kate don’t need (his) guidance from the cheap seats.”

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