Royal expert: Better a celebrity than a prince: "Prince Harry should give up his title"

In July, Prince Harry made a grand appearance in New York, addressing the United Nations on issues such as the Ukraine war, abortion laws, climate change and the coronavirus pandemic.

Royal expert: Better a celebrity than a prince: "Prince Harry should give up his title"

In July, Prince Harry made a grand appearance in New York, addressing the United Nations on issues such as the Ukraine war, abortion laws, climate change and the coronavirus pandemic. Even behind the lectern, he mixed political and private matters. He also spoke about his personal relationship to the continent of Africa and that he realized on a trip with his wife Meghan that she was his soul mate. The recurring controversy between the private Prince Harry and the new celebrity Harry is slowly pissing off royal expert Peter Ford.

Normally royals are not allowed to position themselves politically and make their political opinion public, that is what royal protocol dictates. While Prince Harry is no longer a working royal, Ford says he is still subject to protocol. On The Morning Show, Peter Ford demanded that Harry give back his titles if he'd rather live as a celebrity than royal. Speaking further to the presenters, Ford explained: "He's strayed into areas where you're not allowed to be while wearing a royal title. He will always be Prince Harry, nobody can take that from him, but he won't always be be the duke."

The TV show also features an excerpt from royal expert Tom Bower, who recently published a book about the prince and his royal family. He was asked why Prince Harry is even addressing the United Nations, to which he has a clear answer: "He's doing it because he needs a profile to make money, which in turn is very important for his Netflix deal. "

Even the Queen herself does not seem to appreciate Prince Harry's public commitment. Last Wednesday, in a message to the Lambeth Conference, she publicly praised her grandson Prince William and son Prince Charles for carrying on Prince Philip's legacy of commitment to the climate. "It was interesting to learn that the focus of their program tonight at Lambeth Palace is environmental reflection and dialogue. A cause dear to my late husband and carried on by the Prince of Wales and the Duke of Cambridge." , according to Elizabeth II. The head of the British monarchy did not mention a word about Prince Harry's public interest in climate change before the UN.

Quellen: The Morning Show, Express

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