Prince Harry and Meghan Markle could face a hostile reaction from public crowds at the Platinum Jubilee next week. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s visit to the UK marks the first time the pair have been back together for a public event since their departure in 2020. One Briton wrote to GB News claiming that the couple was using the Jubilee to ” top up their royal currency”.
This prompted a GB News morning host to ask royal biographer Angela Levin whether Harry and Meghan could face a “hostile” reaction from the British public.
The host asked: “Are they trying to cash in on the Jubilee, and will there be hostilities from the Great British public towards Harry and Meghan?”
Ms Levin responded: “Well, the question is whether they will continue to use their royal status to make lots of money.
“I hope they don’t but they have let us down when Harry was here to see the Queen briefly before the Invictus Games.
“He then almost immediately gave an interview to an American station and he was talking about the Queen and how she has to have the right people around her.”
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