during a new one today Interview with Hoda Kotb, Prince Harry discussed his recent visit to Queen Elizabeth and he mentioned his desire to protect his grandmother. His comment has drawn much criticism from royal experts, with one critic calling it a “gross insult”.
Prince Harry discussed his visit with Queen Elizabeth
Harry shared some vague details of her tea with his grandmother. “Being with her was great,” he said. “It was just so nice to see her. She is in great shape. She always has a great sense of humor for me.”
“It was really nice to meet her,” said the Duke of Sussex.
Prince Harry also noted that he wanted to ensure his grandmother’s protection. “I’m just making sure she’s, you know, protected and has the right people around her,” he explained.
Body language expert called Prince Harry’s comment ‘creepy’
Body language expert Judi James called Prince Harry’s claim “sinister” and wrote about his today Interview in a piece for the mirror.
She noted that his body language suggested he looked “more upbeat” and “funny,” but called out his “sinister” assertion.
His body language revealed a “difficulty speaking, which in contrast makes his amazing claim about the 96-year-old Queen that he makes sure she’s protected and has the right people around sound even more sinister,” James noted. “The set is also not supplied as a disposable item.”
James pondered how Prince Harry could effectively provide protection. “He also reminds us that he now sees the USA as his home although we’re probably wondering how he can ‘protect’ the queen over long distances and should we be worried about her and those ‘people around her’?” She added.
Another royal expert shared how contradictory the claim is
During a discussion about Harry GB news, host Eamonn Holmes remarked on how contradictory Harry’s claim sounded. “Harry talks about being surrounded by the right people, either to protect the Queen from him, or does he want his right people? It’s certainly quite arrogant and contradictory advice.”
Royal commentator Robert Jobson replied: “Well, it’s narcissism to the max, isn’t it? This is the guy who hasn’t seen his grandmother in a couple of years since the funeral – and that was only fleetingly.”
Jobson continued, “I mean, I think actions speak louder than words, and Prince Charles in particular has stepped up and supported his mother with actions … Sophie Wessex and Camilla have been behind the scenes pretty much the whole time since Prince William has.”
He added: “So I think when he leaves, he’s going to be kind of a waltz his Netflix crew standing at the door and then talking about protecting your grandmother is a bit bizarre to be honest.”
Other experts have slammed Prince Harry for his “gross insult” and “delusional” claim
Other royal experts have also commented on Prince Harry’s mention of protecting the Queen.
The royal expert Angela Levin who wrote the book Harry: Conversations with the PrinceShe shared her thoughts on Harry’s claim. “Harry’s comment on US television about checking to see if the Queen is protected is a gross insult to Prince Charles and William. He underlined even more that he doesn’t deserve to attend the anniversary celebrations and stand on the balcony,” she said tweeted.
Journalist Peter Ford called the comment “delusional”.
“Prince Harry says he makes sure the Queen is ‘protected’ and ‘has the right people around’! However, he was nowhere to be seen at Prince Philip’s memorial. He was busy talking to Oprah as Prince Philip lay on his deathbed! He’s delusional,” Ford tweeted.
https://www.cheatsheet.com/entertainment/prince-harry-slammed-claim-protect-queen-gross-insult-delusional-royal-experts-say.html/ It’s a “gross insult” and “delusional,” royal experts say