A royal expert has claimed Prince Harry is getting “weaker and weaker” as his wife Meghan Markle “commands” him.
During Thursday’s episode of British news channel GB News’ Dan Wootton tonightavailable to stream on Flash, author Angela Levin weighed in on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex receiving the Robert F. Kennedy (RFK) Human Rights Award for speaking out against the “structural racism within the institution” of the British monarchy.
The commentator said it was a “colossal mistake” to credit the royal couple for “shocking lies and no evidence”.
“It really sickens me that Harry, who was close to his father until he got married, really felt like he could accept money and an award because he was trying to prove his family was racist… there’s no evidence whatsoever” said Mrs. Levin. the program.
“He’s clearly doing what he’s been told. I mean, he’s getting weaker and weaker and Meghan just gives him orders, it seems, and he does it.
“Because I don’t think any man… would want to do that to his family.”
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Ms. Levin is not the first person to react negatively to the Sussexes’ award.
Earlier this week, Piers Morgan slammed the pair, calling the award “outrageous” and “absolutely disgusting.”
“The idea that these two petty grifters, who have given up their royal duty, have left Britain … exploiting and looting their royal titles for hundreds of millions of dollars straight from their back pockets,” the Sky News presenter told the US program Fox & Friends.
“The idea of them being hailed in America as heroes of sorts by your own kind of royal family, if you will, the Kennedys, it really gets stuck in my throat.”
Robert F. Kennedy’s daughter, Kerry Kennedy, explained to the Spanish News Center The confidential why Harry and Meghan received the prestigious award.
“[Meghan and Harry] went to the oldest institution in UK history and told them what they were doing wrong, that they couldn’t have structural racism within the institution; that they couldn’t keep a misunderstanding about mental health,” she told the publication.
“They knew that if they did this there would be consequences, they would be left out, they would lose their family, their position within this structure, and people
them for that.”
During their interview with Oprah Winfrey last year, the couple claimed that a member of the royal family was concerned about their son Archie’s skin color.
The Sussexes were also angry that Archie had not been given the title of prince and had also been cut off financially after moving to the United States.
Days after the tell-all, Queen Elizabeth II released a statement saying: “The whole family is saddened to hear how challenging the past few years have been for Harry and Meghan.
“The issues raised, particularly those of race, are concerning. While some memories may vary, they are taken very seriously and will be discussed privately by the family.
“Harry, Meghan and Archie will always be dearly loved family members.”