Prince Harry wanted to leave royalty for a long time says Seward
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Graham Smith told Express.co.uk that the Royal Family will face questions on why other members of the monarchy cannot follow Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s example of successfully earning their own income and achieving financial independence. Republic is an organisation that campaigns for the Queen to be replaced by an elected head of state and the monarchy to be abolished.
Mr Smith said: “Harry is not going anywhere, he is going to be a constant reminder of other failings in the Royal Family.
During the same interview, the Republic CEO called on Prince William and Kate to follow the example set by the Sussexes.
He said: “There is absolutely no reason why Kate and William can’t go off and earn their own way.
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“I am sure they would be absolutely fine financially, they have millions in the bank already.
“There is no justification whatsoever when we cannot even afford £20 a week for the most vulnerable in society that we give millions of pounds in subsidies and palatial homes to this one couple just simply because they are related to the Queen.
“There is simply no justification for it.”
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have signed a number of lucrative contracts since leaving the Royal Family in March 2020.
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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have agreed to deals with Spotify and Netflix along with several other major firms since their royal exit.
Royal commentators Katie Nicholl and Emma Jones discussed the competition between the Cambridges and Sussexes during ITV’s documentary ‘Harry and William What went wrong?’.
Ms Jones stated that Kate and Prince William have learnt lessons from Meghan Markle and Prince Harry regarding their online presence.
She said regarding the Cambridge: “Ironically they have sort of taken the lessons from Meghan and Harry and are trying to do it themselves.”
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Ms Nicholl outlined that Kate and William faced the possibility of being overshadowed by Meghan and Harry.
She said: “They were called upon by the Queen to step up to the plate, to become high-profile to become frontline royals during a global pandemic.
“They were seen to be doing enormously important work and proved to be very popular.
“William and Kate had no option but to turn things around and really inject some rocket fuel into this because if they did not then there was the real risk that they really would be overshadowed by Harry and Meghan across the pond.”
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