Hypocrite Harry Harmed Dying Queen With Attacks, Sources Say

Hypocrite Harry Harmed Dying Queen With Attacks, Sources Say

Buckingham Palace has officially maintained what it hopes is being seen as a dignified silence in the face of Prince Harry’s new memoir, Spare.

However, the first signs of the push strategy are now beginning to filter out from behind palace walls, with friends of the late Queen Elizabeth II telling senior reporters at the Daily Telegraph that Harry and Meghan have “laid eyes on” the family, making shocking revelations to the media in the last years of her life, “had an impact” on her health before she died in September last year.

The Daily Beast was told last summer that the queen was suffering from bone cancer, later confirmed by an unofficial biography by her and her husband’s friend Gyles Brandreth, which the palace has not disputed.

It therefore seems inconceivable that Harry and Meghan were not at least aware of his grandmother’s fragile state of health, as they made damaging allegations in television and media interviews. The Queen was also concerned about what further revelations would be made in the Prince’s book Spare, which was originally due to be published last year, the newspaper said.

The Telegraph’s report is from royal correspondent Victoria Ward and associate editor Gordon Rayner, highly reliable and experienced journalists.

It quoted “friends of the late Queen” as saying the prospect of the book “was playing on her mind in her final months”, with a source saying: “It had an impact on the Queen’s health in her last year last. She did her thing.”

The Queen has gone to great lengths to keep the lines of communication with Harry open, describing him as “much loved” in public statements, but the friend said his status as a “much-loved nephew” prompted the attacks. almost weekly”. even worse for him.

A source, described as a “friend of the late Queen”, told the Telegraph: “She never wanted to be confrontational, even going back to the start of Prince Andrew’s troubles, and it was thrown in her face almost on a weekly basis. .

“It had an impact. She had lost Prince Philip, and then the constant waiting of the royal family by a much-loved grandson took its toll. At that stage of your life and your reign, you just don’t need that on top of everything else.”

A second source, described as “well-placed”, confirmed they had no doubt the Queen’s health was suffering as a result of Sussex’s media attacks.

The first source added: “He says he wants a reconciliation, then sticks this giant machete in their backs,” and wondered: “How are their kids going to be part of a family now? It’s out of the question.”

Britain’s Queen Elizabeth, Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, in 2018.


Harry has also been accused of hypocritically invading his family’s privacy.

A remarkable personal revelation was that Charles told Harry that he was “persecuted” at school and still kept a childhood teddy bear.

A “royal source” told the Telegraph: “It’s hypocritical for him to talk about other people’s mental health. The king may have talked about his problems in [school] in public, but it’s not Harry’s place to go into all that. The problem is, he just doesn’t have any adults to advise him.”

Another source said: “It’s very difficult to understand how he made this up in his mind, given his passion for protecting his private life.”

The development came as Harry’s book was greeted with a mixture of disbelief, derision and outrage in the UK.

A focus of particular criticism has been Harry’s decision to publicly state that he had killed 25 enemy combatants in Afghanistan and that he considered those he killed to be “pawns” rather than people.

Concern continued to grow this weekend with critics saying he has endangered himself and his family and provided terror recruiters with a valuable propaganda tool.

Former British army chief Colonel Richard Kemp wrote in the Telegraph: “The Duke has now created a problem of his own. By essentially bragging about killing members of the Taliban, who now rule an entire country, he has put an incredible target on his back. His apparent disregard for life may feed the jihadist propaganda machine used to inspire Islamist attacks. Now, a Taliban spokesman is calling for the involvement of international courts, where ‘criminals like Harry who proudly admit their crimes’ will be prosecuted.

“What an own goal from a man whose concerns about his safety have been well tested to the extent that he has taken legal action against the Home Office for what he sees as their failure to provide him with adequate protection.”

And famous ex-marine Pen Farthing, who runs an animal rescue center in Kabul, tweeted: “Well I was a royal until today… Happy #PrinceHarry You are very ill advised I would say. And I’m glad you thought about the security implications of those of us still in #Afghanistan trying to bring some good. #idiot #notmyprince.”

Colonel Tim Collins, a legendary leader in the military famous for a pre-battle speech he gave before the war in Iraq, told Forces News: “Harry has now turned against the other family, the military, who once embraced him, having left his birth . family”, and condemned his “rejection of the family and companionate love that he so desperately needs”.

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