Prince Harry’s new ‘gobbledygook’ job blasted for not being ‘understood by six-year-olds’

Prince Harry: Julia Hartley-Brewer criticises job description

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TalkRADIO host Julia Hartley-Brewer ridiculed Prince Harry for his recent appointment as Chief Impact Officer at mental health and coaching business BetterUp. But while the royal said in a statement he would “foster an environment for honest and vulnerable conversations”, Ms Hartley-Brewer was confused as to what his role actually entails. She claimed the role is not a “proper job” because six-year-olds would not understand what Prince Harry does. 

Speaking on talkRADIO with royal correspondent Rupert Bell, Ms Hartley-Brewer said: “What on earth is this gobbledygook, I’m a very big fan of jobs where if you can’t explain what your job is to a six-year-old is not a proper job.”

Mr Bell attempted to explain and say the royal would not be responsible for working with any employees but is there to simply “come in and have an impact”.

Ms Hartley-Brewer wondered if he was only there as a big name who would bring publicity to the company. 

Mr Bell replied: “Well, I hope that’s not the case. 

“I think you’ve probably got to take it on face value that this guy is genuine in wanting Harry but clearly he’s not stupid it’s a commercial operation. 

“But if you believe them, they do have parties in onesies and various things and yoga sessions. 

“Well, if that’s the way of the Californian world and Harry’s embracing that lifestyle, then it will be for him.”

Ms Hartley-Brewer delivered a final swipe at the royal and said: “Fascinating that he could possibly hit a seven-figure salary in this role promoting some mental health app. 

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“Amazing though that he just didn’t have any links or contacts with mental health experts at all when his wife, while pregnant and living in London, was desperate for mental health help.

“And said he dragged her out to the theatre to be photographed by the waiting paparazzi and said she had been feeling suicidal.”

Prince Harry released a statement on his appointment which said he was excited to “lift up critical dialogues around mental health, build supportive and compassionate communities and foster an environment for honest and vulnerable conversations.”

It continued and said: “Self-optimisation is not about fixing something that’s broken.

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“It’s about becoming the best version of ourselves, with whatever life throws at us – someone who is ready for the next challenge and can meet setbacks with courage, confidence and self-awareness.”

Prince Harry alleged that the Royal Family cut him off financially soon after he left the institution and was forced to find work.

The new role goes alongside his multi-million Netflix and Spotify deals. 

The royal will also be pushing ahead with his Archewell charity foundation which has partnered with several institutions like the World Central Kitchen. 

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