“How stupid is he?” : Prince Harry atomized on British TV
Harry, a prince “incongruous”, “lost”… Invited on the Talk TV set, royal expert Katie Nicholl returned to the revelations of the Prince of Sussex in his memoirs entitled Spare (the substitute, in French). To be published this January 10, they promise secrets about his life in Buckingham, his years in the army, his childhood memories with Hail Lady Dianabut also on his links with the royal family. Faced with all these revelations, host Isabel Oakeshott wonders: “How stupid is he? How hypocritical is Prince Harry?”
“Many people find it disappointing, admits the expert of the British royal family. The idea that he can say the door is open for a return and reconciliation, that he believes in the future of the monarchy is so incongruous with what he does and the impact his words have on the monarchy.” . For Katie Nicholl, Prince Harry is illusioned and “lost in his own world”.
Prince Harry “didn’t feel heard”
“We need to talk about what he’s trying to accomplish with all this,” tries to understand the animator Tice Richard. Consistent with the idea of the lure of earnings generated by the sales of his memoirsKatie Nicholl tries to qualify. For her, Prince Harry has and “authentic wish” to “tell his story”. “I think that for a long time he “did not feel heard (…). The idea of being the substitute followed him for a long time”, she adds.
Prince Harry would then have confided to him that he wanted “a normal life, wanting to take the metro and being able to go for a coffee”. “He wants everything he hasn’t had since birth.” “I’m afraid he only wanted the privileges of being royalty, but not his duties. And I have a feeling he will never take responsibility,” says the author of the book William and Harry: Behind the Palace Walls. “He wants to be within the royal family and outsidemaking money representing the queen… It couldn’t work. He tried to create a way“she concludes.
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