Harry’s ‘hypocritical’ complaints are ‘bad look in the Covid era’, author blasts
Prince Harry's latest interview has been slammed as a "supremely bad look for the COVID era" by a commentator.
The Duke of Sussex has come under fire for his new Apple TV+ special “The Me You Can’t See”, in which he opens up to Oprah Winfrey for the second time in as many months.
He blasted the royal family yet again for failing to support him and wife Meghan Markle.
But author Maureen Callahan has accused Harry of hypocrisy with his pleas for privacy but continuing to embrace the limelight with high profile chats.
For all his complaints of the media and his royal family, Maureen says whatever point he is trying to make is unclear and instead just comes off as an "epic tantrum".
Reflecting on his mental health, the prince tells Oprah: "Every time I put a suit and tie on, I was in a fight-or-flight mode.
“Making this move was really scary. Like every possible opportunity the forces that were working against us, trying to make it impossible.”
Writing for the New York Post, Ms Callahan responded: "I’ve said it before, but it bears repeating: This is a supremely bad look for the COVID era. Who is advising these people?
"It was only, like, a year and a half ago that Harry and Meghan flounced out of Buckingham Palace, huffing their grievances all the way to a $14 million Montecito mansion despite the royal family’s blessing. We do recall.
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"We are watching an overgrown child throw an epic tantrum, and the point is unclear. Does Harry want to bring down the royal family?
In the Apple TV+ series, Harry discusses how he has undertaken four years of counselling for the “genetic pain” his father Prince Charles left him and the struggles that come with a Royalty.
He also hits out at his critics in the tabloid press which he claims also exploited and killed his mother Princess Diana.
Maureen added in her opinion column: "By all means, Harry, please keep talking — out of both sides of your mouth, as is your wont, begging for privacy from the media while becoming an active player in the media.
"The name is hypocrisy."
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