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Howard Jones BS: OPRAH with Meghan & Harry (142* d) RE: BS: OPRAH with Meghan & Harry 09 Mar 21


My thought was where was Harry in all of this? Why did he apparently not prepare her for what to expect as part of the Royal Family? Was he afraid he'd lose her if she knew what she was getting into? And who was preventing her from seeking treatment when she was feeling suicidal? Harry had therapy without the roof falling in, and it would be even less remarkable for an American, who we believe are all in therapy anyway. Had he no authority in his own household to call a doctor for her?

Her other grievances seemed to be largely insignificant, and showed no understanding (still) of how things work. The Palace's response to newspaper tittle-tattle is to ignore it, except in the most egregious situations - a tale about a pre-wedding tiff between future sisters-in-law (surely a common enough occurance) would not merit a denial. Archie was never entitled to be called a prince. Whilst Harry may be the son and brother of future kings, he is now some way down the pecking order, and his children even further. Having a title would have no bearing on the provision of security.

It must come as a shock to have to start bearing so many costs themselves, but they'll just have to get by like ordinary mult-millionaires.

My biggest question is, what did they expect to achieve by it? It may have done them no harm in the US, but any reconciliation with the family must now be a long way off.


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