Prince Harry’s decision to contribute a foreword to a book speaks volumes about him being nothing but an opportunist and hypocrite; meanwhile elsewhere his copycat wife is condemned as a fashion faux
Prince (Not So) Private has bloody well gone and done it again: The tedious twerp that is Prince Harry moved to the most public place on earth, La La Land, seeking privacy for his soppy self and his mendacious minx of a wife and now, putting aside his time working for Netflix and Spotify amongst others, this prized prat has written a foreword to a book.
Aside from the fact that he whined about wanting out of public life so publicly during that tediously tepid interview with Oprah ‘Do It For The Money’ Winfrey recently, the Duke of Sussex’s contribution to a book for the children of health workers who have died in the coronavirus pandemic is just nothing but grating.
Here is an entitled 36-year-old brat that wanted ‘out’ of British life, wanted out of the monarchy and wanted to make private profit. The public are thus perfectly reasonable to respond by rejecting him and quite frankly, those who’ve lost relatives to the calamities of coronavirus would probably rather hear from someone who actually genuinely cares about others rather than someone who toadly toes the tripe that his wicked wastrel wife feeds him daily.
For a couple that that are seeking a quiet life out of the public eye, they don’t seem to be doing a very good job of it.
Their whole lives will now depend on any publicity they can get, if things go a little quiet for them, well, all they have to do is make some outrageous statement or do another, tell all interview that should do the trick.
If I had lost a dear one in the Covid pandemic, the last thing I would want, is for one of these selfish prats rocking up for a publicity shot, pretending to actually care how the other half live.
They both now live with the real people in Hollywood, and their welcome to them.
Just about got it right young man. Well done.