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What I find most unacceptable about Prince Harry effectively blaming his father for his mental health problems is that he knows dad cannot respond.
It’s a free shot from 6,000 miles away. Harry knows he is on a winner. He will receive a round of applause from every mental health charity ( and every therapist) and at the same time enrich himself by keeping his name relevant.
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But what about the effect on Charles and The Queen. Did he think about them? Oddly he may have thought he was doing them a favour by highlighting the fact that he thought they were in a prison and he had broken out and found freedom in the sunshine state.
There are a lot of tough lives out there and I’m afraid Harry never had one. Yes it was very sad that his mother died in a tragic car accident but to blame a family that rallied round him covering him with love and affection for is quite wrong.
Supposing Charles decides to push back. He might reasonably describe his youngest son as a self-involved, idle, rich kid with too much time on his hands. Then the game would really kick off.
Charles is too smart and too caring for that. He wants a decent relationship with his youngest son and therefore keeps schtum.
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And what of his grandmother? She’s 94 for God’s sake and could without a grandson grandstanding on a title he no longer deserves and probably no longer wants.
So that’s the answer. He doesn’t like the Royal Family, doesn’t want to be in the Royal Family so Ma’am could I suggest you strip him off the title.
He wants to be plain Harry so that should suit him fine.
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