After all it was under his watch that the (pregnant) Duchess of Sussex was subjected to a coordinated campaign of harassment by the British Media.
For as long as we can recall the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have, through their actions, silently espoused doing good and leading by example.
How convenient is it that after two years of making denigrating remarks about the Duchess of Sussex, Janetti’s “awareness” that she was “having a rough go of it,” coincides with the publication of his book.
We are prepared for and ignore the reporters who unashamedly show their preference for one royal, crediting one couple and omitting the couple who did the actual work, and applauding every utterance of one couple no matter how banal.
Fortunately, for Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry, they are a couple, not a trouple, so Ms. Vine, despite her bloated sense of self-importance and hypocrisy, does not get a say in how the Sussexes raise their child.
The logical conclusion was to wonder if the Media’s fake outrage about the Sussexes had been the media’s hypocrisy in using concerns about carbon emission in an attempt to derail the launch of the Sussex’s latest project.
The tabloids had Prince Harry’s clearly written words and still they found a way to purposely misinterpret what was said, yet he is expected to believe that granting them the level of access they want will move them to act in good faith.
Your arrogance in thinking your propaganda campaign so lacking in subtlety will succeed, shows a level of arrogance that is gross and sordid and cheap; but so at home in the gutter where the British press seems to dwell.
The media’s sense of entitlement to every aspect of the Sussexes’ life seems disproportionate given the frequency with which they remind readers that Prince Harry is “only sixth in line to the throne”.