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Harry's Sensitivity: Is It A Good Or Bad Thing For Royalty?

Harry's Sensitivity: Is It A Good Or Bad Thing For Royalty?
Harry's Sensitivity: Is It A Good Or Bad Thing For Royalty?

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Video: This Is Why Prince Harry Got Many Warnings About Meghan Markle 2023, February
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We do not know for sure if the Dukes of Sussex imagined everything that the documentary recorded during their recent trip to Africa would give of themselves. Since the tender interview of Harry and Meghan was broadcast, the critics for and against have continued. Of course, the supporters of the old monarchy put their hands to their heads at so much sincerity and so much tears.

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meghan

It was the beloved Diana of Wales, the princess of the town, the first to open her heart to the cameras quite naturally, screaming to the world that her husband's infidelities had made her very unhappy. This created countless enemies at court. Now Prince Harry is also ignoring British phlegm and continuing in his mom's footsteps, opening his heart uneventfully as she did.

Prince harry
Prince harry

They say that Harry and Meghan have brought a new air to the monarchy, more humane and closer; in short, more in line with the modern world. Although this is what Prince Harry says when asked about it:

“I don't think there is an old way or a new way of doing things. Of course, we do not want to set the course. We are simply doing things as we feel we should do them, authentically. And boy are they doing it.

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gettyimages-1131851981

The palace maxim has always been summarized in three well-defined concepts, no complaints, no explanations, and public speaking? When Harry and Meghan break the rules and decide to speak open-heartedly, just like what happened to Lady Di, they may create enemies in the palace, but they definitely earn the unconditional love of the people.

Meghan Markle
Meghan Markle

Yesterday, a former adviser to the royal house complained in The Mail On Sunday newspaper: "The royal family knows perfectly well that their problems are discussed behind closed doors."

Maybe not. Maybe things have changed and the future is less discreet and more friendly. Himself William, more restrained when talking recently told the talk about mental health: "We're not robots, " and recommended that the healthiest thing to prevent problems was expressed to convey emotions.

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