Prince Harry got a new job as impact manager at mental health services company BetterUP. Just days after the company revealed its new employee, the Duke posted a motivational post urging people to be the ‘best version of ourselves’. But a royal expert criticized Harry for the comment, and said he comes across as “bitter”.
“It’s about becoming the best version of ourselves with all that life has in store for us – someone who is ready for the next challenge and can overcome setbacks with courage, confidence and self-awareness. ”
Angela Levin, who wrote a biography on the Duke, strongly condemned the comments on Twitter.
She wrote: “Harry’s first comment for his new job is to say everything to get ‘the best version of yourself’.
” That’s what he does.
This is not the first time that the royal expert has spoken of Prince Harry in recent weeks.
After her interview with Oprah aired, Ms. Levin claimed there were “many holes” in their bombing claims.
She questioned the accuracy of claims that the Duke had been cut off financially by the royal family.
Ms Levin also called the Sussexes “self-obsessed” and didn’t think the two should publicly discuss private family matters.
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Meghan Markle’s life in the public eye has been described as a vision of ‘complete hell’ by another member of the royal family.
Sophie Winkleman, sister of Strictly Come Dancing host Claudia, married into the royal family in 2009. Her husband is Lord Frederick Windsor, the son of the Queen’s first cousin, Prince Michael. The 40-year-old has made an acting career in Hollywood.
In an interview with The Insider, Sophie expressed relief at her relative anonymity, saying she did not envy Meghan’s fame and the resulting media intrusion.
She explained, “I don’t think you can compare us. It’s on a huge, mega, global scale, and that would be my idea of complete hell. ”
7:50 am update: Meghan Markle and Harry’s future in UK uncertain after bringing ‘hail of fire’ against Queen
The future of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry in the UK is “very difficult” following their explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey, according to an expert.
The fallout from their revelation will make it difficult for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to return to the UK, according to brand and reputation management expert Eric Schiffer.
He told Express.co.uk: “Harry and Meghan’s future in Britain is very difficult. ”
Mr Schiffer spoke of the claims made by Meghan and Harry during their interview with Oprah as a ‘rarely seen’ accusation against the ‘respected and honored’ institution of the monarchy.
He added: “In England, many will think it was massively disloyal on Harry’s part and they decided to bring a hail of fire against the Queen who dedicated her life to public service and inflicted severe damage. to the reputation of Buckingham Palace. didn’t need to happen. ”