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For the first time there is a serious discuss discussion in Buckingham Palace about the continuing use of the titles by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
There is an important change of tone. Whereas it was suggested in the Mail on Sunday that senior courtiers were openly talking about stripping of the tiles it is much more nuanced in The Times.
The Palace would like them to keep the titles but voluntarily abandon them and simply become Harry and Meghan living in some splendour 6,000 miles.
I agree that’s a lot smarter. Prince Charles was very wounded by the mental health podcast last week by his youngest son in which he openly criticised his parenting skills.
That is the easiest swipe in the world. Every child blames his parents for their faults. I would like to see it the other way round with parents openly taking a whack at their “disappointing” children.
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That won’t happen because they have more brains and more care than their mostly selfish kids. Sermon over.
I imagine the reason the Palace would like to put the titles in abeyance rather than scrap them is that they hope the marriage won’t last and that Harry will return to the fold.
Not sure Harry had ever had it but he’s certainly lost it in LA. With his grandad only just dying and The Queen still in mourning you would have thought he could keep his trap shut until a decent time had passed.
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It won’t be the last you hear of them. It’s very much in their commercial interest to keep attacking the Royals as it will keep their names on the front pages and therefore lure big global companies to fill their mouths with gold talking tosh about mental health.
What skills have they got? She’s an out-of -work actress and he’s a bloke who knows how to cut the ribbon on a plaque. Do they give lessons in that?
I suppose the answer is not to buy anything they are selling.
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