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Prince Harry warned ‘not to say anything critical’ of Biden over crisis: ‘Be careful!’

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Royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams said the Duke of Sussex could launch a charity initiative linked to Afghanistan for his 37th birthday next month. But Mr Fitzwilliams warned Harry against criticising Mr Biden, who has come under fire for the US exit from the conflict-hit country.

The royal expert pointed out that the Sussexes, who are living in California after quitting royal duties, “see their future” in America.

He also highlighted speculation that Meghan could one day enter US politics.

Mr Fitzwilliams told OK!: “The Sussexes like to announce charity initiatives on their birthdays.

“We saw it last year when Harry announced funding for CAMFED, a charity helping support African girls in education, so it’s possible he will do something similar this year.

“Of course, you can never predict what Harry is going to say and do, but Harry has already put out a statement supporting military veterans in the wake of the Afghanistan withdrawal.

“It’s a big crisis and it would be a reasonable assumption that any birthday initiative might be linked to Afghanistan and the refugee crisis.

“But he would have to be careful not to say anything critical of President Biden.

“Harry and Meghan seem to see their future in the US and Harry will have to watch what he says about US domestic matters, especially as it’s been speculated that Meghan is eyeing up a future in politics.”

Harry previously faced accusations for interfering in last year’s US election when he and Meghan spoke out, with the Duke urging people to “reject hate speech, misinformation and online negativity”.

The 36-year-old remains sixth in line to the throne despite stepping down as a working royal.

Members of the Royal Family traditionally do not vote or become involved in elections or political matters.

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Earlier this week, Harry and Meghan released a joint statement on the state of the world.

The lengthly message, posted on their Archewell website on Tuesday, addressed the situation in Afghanistan, the Haiti earthquake and the Covid pandemic.

The couple said: “The world is exceptionally fragile right now.

“As we all feel the many layers of pain due to the situation in Afghanistan, we are left speechless.

“As we all watch the growing humanitarian disaster in Haiti, and the threat of it worsening after last weekend’s earthquake, we are left heartbroken.

“And as we all witness the continuing global health crisis, exacerbated by new variants and constant misinformation, we are left scared.”

The Sussexes called on global leaders to speed up humanitarian talks and asked people to support charities trying to help those in need.

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