Prince Harry ‘thrown royal family under bus’: Reconciliation is not happening

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Prince Harry has travelled to Dusseldorf for the Invictus Games

Emily Fox

By Emily Fox

Published: 12/09/2023

- 10:13

Updated: 12/09/2023

- 10:17

Paul Burrell has blasted Prince Harry for ‘turning his back on his country’

PRINCE Harry has failed to salvage his reputation with the royal family despite his appearance at the Invictus Games.

Princess Diana’s former butler, Paul Burrell told Dan Wootton on GB News that reconciliation with the royal family particularly with his brother William was a long way away and that Harry has not helped his cause.

He said: “I think the Invictus Games is a wonderful vehicle for for Harry to showcase our a wounded servicemen and service women.

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"He's doing an excellent job there. Of course he is. And praise to him, but, you know, you don't forget what's happened.

He's, thrown his family under the bus, He's washed dirty linen, dirty laundry in public.

“He's turned his back on this country, on the people of this country, and he deeply upset his grandmother, our queen, on her deathbed.

“And recent history is very difficult to forgive. I think it will take a very long time before Harry is embraced again here in this country.

“But it's interesting, isn't it, that Meghan wasn't standing by his side on this occasion. Apparently she's going to be there later on because they're keeping their brands very separate.

“This is a this is a power couple in Hollywood who are making millions whilst people in this country are suffering a cost of living crisis.

“Now think about it and they continue to whinge and whine about their lot. I I can't. I just can't. I just can't deal with it, Dan. I can't.

“If I was a school teacher, I'd give him 6 out of 10 for trying. But he must try harder.”


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Meghan in expected to join Harry in Germany later this week


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