Prince Harry’s ‘failed’ royal family, just like a ‘grieving child’
Prince Harry is being criticized for ‘failing’ his British family after suffering the same thing.
Royal commentator and journalist Daniela Elser issued these warnings.
According to New Zealand Herald, “Yes, the Royals may have let him down, especially as a grieving child, but since now he’s been letting them down too.”
“Failing, ironically, to protect their privacy, the very thing he is in court against, by revealing intimate conversations and even text messages in Spare (this week in his statement he also named a former girlfriend. I wonder if he asked permission before he exposed his information to the world?).”
“And failing to be there during difficult times,” the expert also noted.
“In February and March 2021, the 99-year-old Prince Philip was in hospital, and it seemed obvious that this time around he would not be staging his usual return from Lazarus to vigor, to vigor and occasional racism. While there were still Covid restrictions in play, did Harry return home to see his grandfather clearly on his way out? No. Instead, he and Meghan continued their brutal Oprah Winfrey interview.
“The following year did Harry decide he needed to spend some quality time with his grandmother who biographer Gyles Brandreth said was battling bone cancer? No,” Ms Elser said before to conclude.