Prince Harry losing patronages was 'always coming' says expert
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Prince Harry has been brutally mocked by outspoken journalist Rod Liddle, who scathingly branded the royal a “dim carrot-top”. His furore at the Duke appears to lay in his treatment of the Queen, with the commentator stating he has treated the monarch “abominably”.
In an opinion piece for the Sun, Mr Liddle said: “He has treated his family, especially his grandmother, abominably.
“He gave the Queen next to no warning that he was going to up sticks to ‘Canada’ (ie. Los Angeles).
“No warning he was effectively leaving the Royal Family.”
The commentator went on to predict the Queen is set for “more pain” next month, as the couple appear in a tell-all interview with American chat show host Oprah Winfrey.
The 90-minute TV special will air on Sunday March 7, and is titled: Oprah with Meghan and Harry: A CBS Primetime Special.
The interview will cover a wide variety of topics, and will start with Oprah chatting candidly with Meghan about her marriage, motherhood and how she handled life under public pressure, according to a CBS press release.
Harry will then join the pair, as the couple opens up about their move to the US and their future plans.
CBS have described the interview as an “intimate conversation”.
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Commenting on the news of Meghan and Harry’s TV stint, Mr Liddle said: “The latest news is that the gruesome twosome will be doing a 90-minute interview with another very self-regarding woman, Oprah Winfrey.
“You can bet your bottom dollar that Meghan will do a bit of carping about the staid and conservative British Royal Family.
“More pain for the Queen.”
Royal experts have said they fear the interview will have “disastrous consequences” for the monarch and the wider Royal Family.
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Russell Myers, royal editor at the Daily Mirror, also said: “‘History is there to be seen.
“Whenever royals do these big tell-all interviews, they have disastrous consequences.
“Look at Prince Andrew recently, further back in the 90s with Diana and Charles, we’re still talking about them now.”
He added: “It’s absolutely horrifying news, I would say, for the royal family.
“The fact Gayle King is training Oprah’s big interview so strongly, saying they really wanted to get it, and it will absolutely explosive indeed.
“The very fact Oprah has been given carte blanche to ask anything, will be making the royal family very, very nervous indeed.”
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