Prince Harry is reportedly furious after being snubbed at the recent Platinum Jubilee celebrations. After flying (in a private jet) to the UK from the US with his wife and two children, Harry made a lone public appearance during the celebrations and is said to be demanding an apology from the Royals. It’s been alleged that a request for a photograph between Harry, Meghan and the Queen was rejected - if that’s true, then I tip my hat to Her Majesty.
Harry’s biographer, Angela Levin, claims the Prince is outraged over his treatment and feels like an outcast within the Royal Family, despite his determination to leave the great establishment two years ago. Harry seems to want to have his cake and eat it too and his deplorable behaviour threatened to jepordise the entire Jubilee.
I’ve had a bee in my bonnet about Harry for the longest time - far before his Royal fallout two years ago. His boorish actions and ‘lad’ persona grinded my gears, especially when you compare him to his professional, disciplined brother.
There were the parties, the drinking, and the lack of an RP accent. Then came the marriage - something I was originally optimistic about, before his embarrassing implosion ruined that idea. The Opera interview got my blood boiling so hot I had to turn it off and calm down afterwards and I’m not ashamed to admit I slept holding a picture of The Queen that night, vowing that I’d do whatever it takes to protect her.
Angela Levin told The Sun: ‘The thing that really stood out for me on that day was Harry’s anger - he wears his emotions on his face and he looked absolutely furious.’
Not as furious as me, Harry, let me tell you.
Ms. Levin went on to state: ‘I think he would have been very, very upset as he was largely ignored. He still feels he’s owed an apology.’
Harry Should Be Apologising
If you ask me, Harry is the one who should be giving an apology. Not just to The Queen and the extended Royal Family, but also to the Great British public. His Benedict Arnold-esque betrayal of The Crown has broken hearts up and down the country and made us wonder if we did anything wrong.
To make matters worse, Harry apparently invited William and Kate Middleton to his birthday party before even inquiring about their schedules. Is there no end to this man’s ego? Someone ought to tell Harry that the world does not revolve around him and his Hollywood lifestyle.
This, along with his nonsensical Netflix series in production, has brought my dislike of the former Royal to new heights. I sincerely hope this is the last time Prince Harry is in the headlines for quite some time, though I doubt that very much.
The Perfect Opportunity For Diplomacy
If there was ever an occasion to drop respective problems and come together, the Platinum Jubilee was it. The occasion was Harry’s chance to practice diplomacy and leave his issues with the Royal Family at the door.
However, this would have been far too mature for him, and he proceeded to have his inevitable tantrum. That, in my eyes, is unforgivable and I’ll be glad to see his private jet leave for California on a one-way trip.
Not a day goes by where I don’t bow to Her Majesty. Anyone who wishes harm on the Royal Family is very much persona non grata in my eyes, and Harry’s childish behavior makes me wish I were locked in a room with him so I could talk some sense into him.
Hopefully, Harry will come to his senses soon and give all of us what we deserve - a frank, honest apology.
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