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Prince Harry mocked as ‘airy-fairy do-gooder’ as Meghan Markle ‘blossoms’ post-royal life

The royal biographer went on to suggest has accepted “being second” to Meghan, following in her footsteps as social activism.

Ms Levin then said the Royal Family needed Harry during the coronavirus pandemic, claiming he “would have excelled at giving people hope”.

She added: “Instead, he has tucked his family away in a multi-million-dollar mansion in California, making himself look out of touch.

“The couple’s endless announcements about clinching one money-raising deal after another – before the Spotify contract, there was the eye-watering deal with Netflix, which could net the Sussexes’ new production company $100 million – could be seen as insensitive at a time when hundreds of thousands of livelihoods were lost.”



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