Prince Harry: Expert on ‘snitty response’ to Queen
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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were stripped of the patronages and their honorary titles following the announcement that they would not be returning to work for the monarchy. The couple have been allowed to retain their Duke and Duchess of Sussex titles.
Carole Malone told Channel 5’s Jeremy Vine programme that Meghan and Harry do not understand the concept of service and that Queen Elizabeth II “wrote the book” on it.
Ms Malone said: “I think they have been totally disrespectful to the Queen from the start of all this.
“The Queen had written a letter before she found out about the Oprah interview.
“She had said she was removing his patronages and titles because he could not fulfill his role with those titles because he was not in this country.
“He has come back with this very snitty, childish, petulant response saying we can all live a life of service as service is universal.”
She continued: “That to the Queen is so insulting, this is the woman the wrote the book on service.
“Harry and Meghan seem to imagine that public service is about putting a few right-on media posts out there and saying stuff like ‘love will conquer everything’.
“Service is when you put personal ambition aside for the greater good.
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“Meghan and Harry do not understand that concept and they have insulted the Queen.”
On Monday morning, the Queen was urged to remove Prince Harry from the Royal Family’s line of succession in order to prevent a scenario where the Duke of Sussex could become king.
Prince Harry is currently sixth in line to the throne behind his father Prince Charles, his older brother Prince William and the Duke of Cambridge’s three children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
Royal commentator Hugo Vickers told Good Morning Britain that in the future if a “terrible disaster” happened to the Cambridge family Prince Harry would become king.
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Mr Vickers said: “The problem with Prince Harry is that he number six in line to the throne.
“So if some terrible disaster happened to the Cambridge family, he would find himself as King.
“The question you then have to ask yourself is do you want someone who has voluntarily opted out of royal life suddenly being called back to take that position?
“I don’t see how that can work.”
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