‘They always blame her!’ Prince Harry’s Army friend speaks out to defend Meghan Markle

Prince Philip: Dean Stott discusses relationship with Prince Harry

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An old military friend of Prince Harry has come out in staunch defence of both the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. Former Special Forces soldier Dean Stott spoke to Australia’s The Today Show about the Royal Family gathering for the funeral of Prince Philip. He was asked how Meghan Markle and Harry are coping with the enormous criticism that they have come under since their Oprah interview in regards to the timing for the Duke of Edinburgh.

Mr Stott told viewers: “Prince Philip had fought in wars and lived through so many things.

“I don’t think he was phased at all about an interview on TV.

“He’s spoken to Harry since, and Harry talked about how his relationship with his grandparents has grown since he came over this side of the pond.

“Unfortunately with some elements of the media, they will always blame Meghan.”

He continued: “I think Meghan would get blamed for Covid if they had an opportunity.

“So there is never a good time.”

Harry himself confirmed that he had been in contact with his grandparents regularly since he and Meghan left the UK.

He has also spoken to Prince Charles and Prince William since the Oprah interview.

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The Duke will come face-to-face with his family for the first time since moving abroad last year at the funeral.

He has already arrived back in the UK and is currently self-isolating.

If he tests negative for coronavirus after five days, he will be cleared to attend the event.

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The funeral is to take place on Saturday, April 17 at St George’s Chapel on the Windsor Castle estate, according to Buckingham Palace.

As per Philip’s wishes, it will not be a state funeral.

However it will be televised.

Only 30 people are allowed to attend the private ceremony as a result of COVID-19 restrictions.

Meghan is unable to attend as her doctor advised her not to travel while she is in a late stage of her pregnancy.

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