Meghan and Harry told ‘leave us alone’ after ‘horrifying’ blow to William and Charles | Royal | news

Speaking, via video link, on Sky News Australia, Dan Wootton discussed the UK’s current “mood” to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle as “please go away”. He claimed that the country is “disgusted” by the way the couple have treated Prince Charles, Prince William, and Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge as he urged the pair to stop airing their grievances publicly.

Speaking to host Peta Credlin, Mr Wootton added: “I’m going to be completely honest with you, the mood is, ‘please go away, please leave us alone.’

“We are disgusted with the way they have treated Prince William and Kate.

“We are horrified by the way they’ve treated their father, Prince Charles.”

He pointed out that, although Charles is “not a perfect guy”, he “did fund their original trip to California and paid for them for years, and years, and years.”

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He continued to argue the conduct of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex could be summed up as “all about them” after the couple plan on making no time to see the family, including Charles and the Queen.

The couple last met with Her Majesty when they returned to the UK in June to mark her 70th year on the throne with the rest of the Royal Family.

They limited their appearances to the thanksgiving service at St Paul’s Cathedral, where they appeared for the first time with the rest of the family since their last joint event before their departure in March 2020

And the Sussexes returned this week for a series of engagements in both the UK and Germany.

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On Tuesday, the couple landed in Dusseldorf for an event to mark the one year countdown to the 2023 Invictus Games.

The pair stepped out hand-in-hand, watched on by a waiting crowd.

On Thursday, September 8, they will arrive in London for the WellChild Awards.


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