Royal expert claims Prince Harry ‘has a tendency to want his cake too’

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Prince Harry He appears to have a tendency to “want his cake and eat it too” since he and Meghan Markle relinquished their senior royal positions in 2020, according to a royal expert.

As the royal family drama continues to make headlines, Harry, formerly known as HRH Prince Harry, battles Against the British government because of security He lost when he stepped down from his role. The security that Prince Harry requires is provided only to working royals.

Experts say the legal move by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex shows the two were hypocritical. They want to be financially independent from the Crown but still want the perks that come with the title of HRH.

Royal expert Hilary Furwich explained to Fox News Digital: “Prince Harry has a penchant for ‘wanting his cake and eating it too’.” However, at the same time, he wants his ‘privacy’ all while contracting with three PR firms?

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Royal experts say Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have engaged in hypocritical behavior since stepping down from their royal roles.

Royal experts say Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have engaged in hypocritical behavior since stepping down from their royal roles.
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Prince Harry in military uniform at a vigil for Queen Elizabeth II.

Prince Harry in military uniform at a vigil for Queen Elizabeth II.
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He wanted to wear his uniform to his girlfriend [grandmother’s] Funeral but don’t want to work as a royal? “

Prince Harry He was given permission to wear the blues and the Royals as Queen Elizabeth II’s grandchildren held a vigil on Saturday before Her Majesty’s funeral.

Years ago, the Prince also got permission to grow a beard before marrying Markle in 2018.

“He wanted to break the rules to get his beard back at his wedding, despite the Army’s policy regarding beards restricting them only to grow by the authority of the commanding officer,” Fordwich explained. “Exceptions are usually granted on medical or religious grounds only or where tradition permits. So he got a personal exemption from Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, but that is never enough.”

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle inside St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle during their wedding on May 19, 2018.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle inside St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle during their wedding on May 19, 2018.
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Prince Harry and Markle She later made headlines after working to keep the birth of their first child Archie a secret from the media and the public. Archie was born on May 6, 2019, but the Duke and Duchess of Sussex didn’t photograph their newborn son until days later. Only one journalist and one photographer were present.

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“Royal protocol is to share Christmas with the nation, but Archie’s christening in July 2019 couldn’t be more special as it was held with fewer than 25 guests at the private Windsor Castle Chapel,” Fordwich told Fox News Digital.

“This kind of secrecy – sending a message to the public that while we would like to listen to our grumbling and whine about our mental problems, we don’t even want to share this with you – we are beginning to sew the seeds, for the public, that the Sussexes have been going too far in their hypocritical habits.”

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will step down from their senior royal positions in 2020.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will step down from their senior royal positions in 2020.
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Royal expert Shannon Felton Spence explained it Prince Harry and Markle’s behavior It is “akin to leaving your job and expecting the company to keep paying for your benefits.”

“All they want is part of the benefits package on the job,” Spence said. “They quit work.”

Spence pointed out Harry’s decision to walk away From the royal family and starting the task of financial independence is not necessarily a bad thing, especially since he is fifth in line to the throne. If Harry finds a successful way to break away from the monarchy, it can be used by others, namely Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.

“It’s not a bad thing that Harry wants to find another way of life [fifth] In entitlement to the throne, Spence explained. The survival of the monarchy depends on a more fluid royal family. If he finds a way to really get out of life as a working monarch and be financially independent without hurting the enterprise, that would be a big win. Charlotte and Louis will actually benefit in the future by providing a roadmap for what is possible once you are too far from the line of succession.

“But that’s not what they wanted. They wanted all the freedom and privilege. And that’s not the job. So now it’s more chaos than ever.”

Royal expert Shannon Felton Spence said she is in

Royal expert Shannon Felton Spence said it was in the “interest” of the royal family to help Prince Harry and Markle gain financial independence.
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Chaos spread in the media, resulting in headline after headline in relation to Crack the royal family. However, Spence noted that the Crown is also mistaken. She claimed that helping Prince Harry and Markle find their way to independence was in the “best interest” of The Firm, as the royal family is sometimes called.

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“There is blame to be shared for the way it ended up,” Spence told Fox News Digital. “It was also in the foundation’s interest to find this independent path forward for them and lay the foundation for future generations.” “But emotions prevailed, and now everything stands out with bitterness.”

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