Prince Harry ‘trashed the country he fought for’ with repeated attacks on Royal Family

Prince Harry has 'trashed his country' says Jeremy Vine guest

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Ms Neesom has slammed Prince Harry, saying he has “trashed his family and the country he fought for”. The Duke of Sussex made several claims about the treatment he and wife Meghan Markle received by royal aides and members of the Royal Family. His comments sparked speculation about a severe rift with senior members of the family, including with his brother Prince William.

Speaking on Jeremy Vine on Five programme, Ms Neewsom said: “I think it is pretty appalling that Harry, I mean, Harry’s a member of the Royal Family and he was the favourite grandson, has trashed his own family.

“He’s trashed this country as well a country he fought for bravely remember in the war.

“And I do think that you know Meghan despite protesting that she hates the Royal Family, the racism…she couldn’t wait to get out of this country.

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She went on: “She then shamelessly uses the Duchess of Sussex as the title on a children’s book by Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex in big letters.

“And she lobbies the American parliament. 

“I mean, the senators by you know by sending them letters signed ‘the Duchess of Sussex’.”

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex stepped down as senior royals last year and moved to the US.

He said he and Meghan were “followed, photographed, chased and harassed” within days of their relationship becoming public.

However, he claimed they received little support as they were attacked on social media.

In another interview with the Armchair Expert podcast, the Duke of Sussex also appeared to criticise the way he was raised by Prince Charles, discussing the “genetic pain and suffering” in the Royal Family.

Discussing his childhood, Harry said: “There is no blame.

Prince Harry has returned only twice to the UK since stepping down in March 2020, first to attend his grandfather’s funeral in April 2021 and later for the unveiling of a statue dedicated to his mother, the late Princess Diana.

Meghan Markle and their son Archie Harrison however have not set foot into the UK since, with the couple’s youngest child, Lilibet Diana, still waiting to meet the rest of the Royal Family.

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