Prince Harry and Meghan: Public has 'heard enough' warns expert
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Vanity Fair Royal Correspondent Katie Nicholl warned the lucrativeness of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will only decrease the more they discuss the Royal Family as audiences will be urging the couple to focus on something else. She added despite the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s US popularity, recent comments on the First Amendment combined with a strong focus on mental health issues may turn off fans. Ms Nicholls accused the couple of “wringing out” all they could about the Royal Family and mental health and feared many will chose to ignore them.
Speaking to the Royal Beat podcast, Ms Nicholls and guests were invited to discuss the recent podcast interview Prince Harry gave.
The prince spoke to the Armchair Expert podcast, hosted by Dax Shepard, where he revealed his strained relationship with Prince Charles who passed on his “trauma” onto his children.
He accused Prince Philip and the Queen as the reason behind this due to their upbringing of Prince Charles.
Prince Harry also discussed his mental health issues stating he wanted to leave the Royal Family at the age of 20.
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He compared life as a royal to “living in a zoo” as he opened up on his experiences.
Ms Nicholl discussed this alongside other royal reporters and said: “I think it is worth making the point as well, that how much more of an appetite is there going to be for them talking about this subject?
“How much more can you wring out of it?
“I just feel people, even in America where they seem to hang on every word this couple say, [will say] ‘we have heard enough, you have to change your tune now’.”
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In the programme, Evening Standard Royal Editor Rob Jobson branded Prince Harry as “pathetic” as he continued to attack the Royal Family.
He said: “I thought it was pathetic actually, I know it is Mental Health Week and mental health is a very important subject.
“But the amount of time he has gone on and not reflecting necessarily about himself he was hell-bent on blaming everyone else for his problems and mainly his father.
“He attacked his father, then he attacked his grandmother and shamefully his grandfather who has just been buried.”
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Mr Jobson then discussed his recent ventures including deals with Spotify and Netflix, employment as a Chief Impact Officer and filming several documentaries.
He continued: “I understand why Harry has to make a living but does he have to make a living continuously whinging on about his family and the woes he believes [they’ve inflicted] upon him?
“The whole thing is a money-making exercise, why should somebody who is cut off at 36 suddenly be coming out with all these TV shows and these things?
“Because he and his wife and his agents have worked out that they can make multi-millions of dollars.”
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