family photo taken at Balmoral Castle in 2018 by Duchess of Cambridge
funeral of Britain’s Prince Philip (age 99), Duke of Edinburgh, on the grounds of Windsor Castle in Windsor, Britain, April 17, 2021

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Jun 2, 2021, Jake Thrupp, Sky News Australia – “Harry, you’ve lost ALL support from Australians after what you’ve put the Queen through”
In Australia, we have a golden rule. Families often argue with one another, but you never dump on your family in public.
I can assure my readers that the UK is not the only country where the whinging Prince Harry is persona non grata; Australians would boo the prince for his constant unprovoked attacks on his own family. Our golden rule – argue with your family privately but always stick up for them in public. Like any family, the royals are by no means perfect; but the head of that family is a popular monarch devoted to serving the Commonwealth and its people.
Yet the Queen, who recently lost her husband, has to put up with Harry’s nonsense.

Compare Harry’s self-serving indulgence with Princess Anne who, since her 18th birthday, has, uncomplainingly, carried out over 20,000 engagements.
Meghan Markle, take note.

If Prince Harry, dragged along by the modern-day Duchess of Windsor, had any support left after the first “tell-all” interview with Oprah Winfrey, he has most certainly lost it now.

The sledging of his own kith and kin has continued in a new TV series with Oprah Winfrey where Harry says, “I feel as though I’m outside of the system but I’m still stuck there.”

No, Harry! You are outside the system. Stay there.

What about Harry telling an international audience that his son’s first words were “Grandma Diana”.

Believe that and you will believe anything.

– 10 minutes notice to step down as senior royals –
Among William’s frustrations were claims that Harry and Meghan gave the Palace just 10 minutes notice over their announcement to step down as senior royals last year.
The Duke of Cambridge was said to be distraught at the news and, while he agreed to keep things civil at the Sandringham Summit, which hammered out the details of the so-called Megxit deal.

– Queen’s statement (13 Jan 2020) –
Queen releases statement (13 Jan 2020) after talks and demands answers IN DAYS
The announcement from the 93-year-old sovereign followed an extraordinary meeting at her Sandringham estate attended by her grandsons Harry and William and her son and first heir, Prince Charles.
“It has therefore been agreed that there will be a period of transition in which the Sussexes will spend time in Canada and the UK.

The queen acknowledged that Harry and Meghan — she omitted their royal titles — “made clear that they do not want to be reliant on public funds in their new lives,” but she did not describe their new duties or ventures.

UK only country where Harry is persona non grata?
Lady Colin Campbell started this petition
to The public – 60,910 have signed.
At 75,000 signatures, this petition becomes one of the top signed on Change.org
The purpose is to invite Prince Harry to voluntarily ask The Queen to put his royal style, titles and rank into abeyance, thereby freeing him from the diplomatic, political and constitutional constraints that are an inevitable part of royal rank, and further freeing him from the constitutional conflicts which his beliefs are creating, with all their implications at home and abroad, in particular in the United Kingdom and the United States of America, where his articulated beliefs are in open conflict with the accepted tenets of both the United Kingdom and American Constitutions. As a purely private citizen, with no royal rank, style or title, he will be able to indulge his personal beliefs”

– An open letter to Prince Harry –
‘What you have done sir is quite frankly despicable’:
“Sir, I am an ordinary citizen of the United Kingdom, a loyal and patriotic subject of Her Majesty the Queen of England.”
“Why you both feel the need to engage the media that you profess to loathe in this vendetta I cannot understand, nor can many millions of our fellow countrymen.”
“In the ensuing years since that wonderful day at St Georges Chapel your popularity in this country has plummeted with the onset of widespread anger and disgust, increasing in intensity each time you decide to air your dirty laundry in public.
This is sadly an inescapable fact and one in which I personally take absolutely no pleasure in pointing out, along with many millions of people in both this country and the United States.

You were born into a unique and enigmatic family, who have provided a haven and rallying point for the people of this country for centuries.

Your family is an incredibly significant ingredient in the glue that binds us all together, and for you to unilaterally attack and defame their integrity is quite frankly despicable.”

– “another exclusive interview regarding how much he and Meghan hate his family” –
Harry mocked in brutal sarcastic tweet on public appearances – ‘Been three days!’
US Commentator Candace Owens sarcastically hit out at Harry in the wake of his recent public appearances.
Ms Owens joked someone should “check on” Markle and Harry. Taking to Twitter, she wrote: “It’s been three days since Prince Harry has offered another exclusive interview regarding how much he and Meghan hate his family.
“Can somebody check on them?”
After Prince Harry starred in an episode of the Armchair Expert podcast, she said: “Sunday riddle: How many more Hollywood-style interviews will Prince Harry and Meghan Markle give before they finally achieve the privacy they claim to be so desperate for?”

– ‘Overgrown child throwing epic tantrum!’ –
Harry humiliated as US media turns on Duke
For many, it was the last straw, including journalist Maureen Callahan, who wrote a damning column about the first episode in the New York Post.
HARRY has been humiliated after a columnist likened his Apple TV+ appearance to an “overgrown child throwing an epic tantrum”.
‘If you don’t like it here, head back to Britain!’-
Harry suffers huge backlash
Charlie Rae, former royal editor at the Sun, told talkRADIO this morning: “This guy was a hero in Britain and now he is the zero, I’m afraid.
“His popularity has gone right down. There was a poll the other night which showed 54 percent of people just wished he would shut up.”
“There has been an awful lot of traffic on social media from Americans saying ‘if you don’t like it here, head off back’.”
Mr Rae cited a new poll for Newsweek which showed more than half of Britons want to hear less from Meghan Markle and Prince Harry.
A total of 54% said they would prefer to hear less about the couple compared to 18% who wanted to hear more.

Queen, Prince Philip and great-grandkids
The British Royal Family has released a rare, unseen photo of the Queen and Prince Philip surrounded by their great-grandkids.
Taken by the Duchess of Cambridge, the photo shows the late royal alongside his wife Queen Elizabeth II, as well as seven of their great-grandchildren at Balmoral Castle in 2018.

Prince George, 7, can be seen standing on the left of the photo next to the Queen, who is holding a then baby Prince Louis, now 2.
Princess Charlotte, 5, is by the monarch’s side, and directly behind her is Savannah Phillips, 10, the daughter of Princess Anne’s son Peter Phillips and his wife Autumn.
The Duke of Edinburgh, who died last Friday aged 99, is seen with his arm around Isla Phillips, 9, who is holding Zara and Mike Tindall’s child, Lena, now 2. Mia Tindall, 7, is on the right of the photo.

The Queen and Prince Philip pictured during the opening of Parliament in 2013

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Image courtesy Duchess of Cambridge / Kensington Palace / AFP, Leon Neal / WPA Pool / Getty Images, Getty / Sky, GETTY and GETTY

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