Royal Family News: Prince Harry Labeled A National Disgrace
Prince Harry is taking flack again, this time for his decision not to show up at his grandfather, Prince Phillip’s memorial service, with some calling the duke a “national disgrace” over the matter.
According to The News, a spokesperson for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced Prince Harry’s decision. However, the Queen reportedly found out about the decision just 15 minutes before it was announced to the public. Continue reading and we’ll fill you in on the details.
Royal Family News: Fans Express Outrage as Harry Snubs Grandparents
Fans quickly fired up social media sharing outrage or irritation that the prince was essentially snubbing his own grandfather’s memorial service. One Twitter user went so far as to call it an “utter disgrace” that the prince would fail to pay respect to his grandfather.
Another Twitter user addressed the duke’s treatment of his grandmother in this, “Prince Harry really is a disgrace, no respect for the Queen whatsoever, and unlikely to see her again!” The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are not without a large following though as many came to the duke’s defense and even praised him for sticking to his guns amid his security issues.
According to the Daily Star, some royals’ fans believe Harry’s decision was because he didn’t want to take attention from the Duke of Edinburgh on the day of his memorial service. One Sussex supporter wrote, “They won’t provide Harry with security so he and his family can be safe in the UK, nor would they let him pay for his own security team but they’re disappointed that he’d opt out of going to a memorial service over there?”
Royal Family News: Harry and Meghan’s Vancouver Mansion Linked to Russian Oligarchs
In other Royal Family News, according to the Daily Mail, Harry and Meghan’s Mansion in Vancouver, Canada has been linked to attorneys whose clients include Russian Oligarchs and even a sanctioned deputy prime minister.
The $14 million mansion on Vancouver Island was the Sussex’s refuge upon leaving to Royal Family in 2019. Per documents obtained by the Daily Mail, the mansion, Mille Fleurs, was owned at the time by a British Virgin Islands company operated by a UK lawyer whose clients include dozens of Russian oligarchs and a sanctioned Russian deputy prime minister. Be sure and stay apprised of all things royal and return here often for more spoilers, news, and updates