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Meghan Markle Doesn’t Have Public Love Any More And It’s All Harry’s Fault, Ingrid Seward Claims

Date September 9, 2019

For a long time, Prince William and Prince Harry were considered the two most popular brothers in the royal family. Many people look up to them and admired them.

However, when Prince Harry got married to Meghan Markle, and the subsequent decision to move out of the house he once shared with his brother, it became clear that the men were choosing to live their lives separately.

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Unfortunately, as time went on, Harry and Meghan began facing many criticisms for a few different reasons. The most recent of which was their decision to take a trip on a private jet despite urging people to be more environmentally friendly.

They have also been accused of being a little too private with their lives considering the fact that most of their activities are funded by taxpayers.

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Meghan Markle seems to be the one receiving the fallback of these problems. According to editor-in-chief of Majesty magazine Ingrid Seward, Prince Harry needs a complete change of attitude.

While speaking to the UK Sun, Seward accused the Duke of Sussex of throwing the public's love back on their faces which has made them "become hostile."

Seward mentioned Harry's insistence on keeping his family hidden from the public by restricting pictures of their son Archie. The royal expert stated that the British public would have loved to embrace Meghan "but everything he does now seems engineered to push us away.

Seward also mentioned Harry's defense over the private jet saga in which he claimed that he took that form of transportation to protect his family. While describing Harry's defense as "ludicrous," she said:

A bit of humility would have gone some way to making him the brave, popular prince he once was.

Her advice to the Duke was for him to "be humble" and to stop trying to "take the moral high ground."

Harry was never going to bow to convention, but he keeps putting his neck in the noose.

Some royal fans have responded to Seward's opinion and offered their own advice.

Many agreed with the expert's analysis on what's going on with the Sussexes and some even suggested that Meghan deserved to suffer the fallback.

Do you think Prince Harry's behavior towards the public is harmful to himself and his family?