Royal Family News: Queen Elizabeth Snubs Harry, Praises William in Surprising Message
Royal Family news reveals that Queen Elizabeth II has snubbed her grandson Prince Harry, yet again while praising Princes William and Charles for their hard work. Continue reading and we’ll fill you in on the details.
Royal Family News: Prince Harry Addresses Climate Change in July
Royal Family news reveals, according to Express UK, the Queen recently snubbed her grandson while, at the same time, paying tribute to Prince Charles and Prince William. In a message to the Lambeth Conference on Wednesday, Her Majesty said she was proud of her son and eldest grandson for continuing Prince Phillip’s legacy.
Of course, there was reportedly not one single mention of her other grandson, the Duke of Sussex. The message comes not long after a message Harry gave to the United Nations on July 18 in which he addressed climate change, saying it was “wreaking havoc” on our planet. According to Newsweek, he called on world leaders to act now to “save humanity.”
Prince Harry’s Work on Climate Change Goes Unnoticed
In her message to the religious conference, the Queen said, “[Climate change is] threatening the lives and livelihoods of many people and communities, not least the poorest and those less able to adapt and adjust.
“I was interested to learn that the focus of your program at Lambeth Palace today is reflection and dialogue on the theme of the environment, a cause close to the heart of my late husband and carried on by The Prince of Wales and The Duke of Cambridge.” Notably, Harry’s recent climate change speech seems to have gone completely unrecognized by the Monarch.
Not The First Snub for Prince Harry
Also, worth noting is that this isn’t the first time Harry has been left out of Her Majesty’s comments on the Royal Family’s climate activism or passion for environmental advocacy when referencing her late husband Phillip’s work.
For the 2021 COP26 summit in Scotland, which the Queen did not attend for health reasons, according to the New York Times, the 96-year-old Monarch sent a message expressing an interest in matters of global warming and referencing Charles and William, while yet again, leaving out her youngest grandson.
“It is a source of great pride to me that the leading role my husband played in encouraging people to protect our fragile planet, lives on through the work of our eldest son Charles and his eldest son William. I could not be more proud of them.” Be sure to follow this story and return here often for more Royal Family news and updates.