Prince Harry, Meghan ‘philanthropist’ image at stake: ‘Americans love family values’

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are reminded of a golden opportunity to restore royal ties when they fly from America to the Netherlands next week.

Royal pundit Richard Fitzwilliams wrote on Twitter: “Harry and Meghan face the prospect of estrangement from both of their families apart from her mother, which isn’t ideal for philanthropists!”

In a later conversation with Newsweek, Mr Fitzwilliams emphasized how important it is for the Queen, who is nearly 96, to meet Harry’s younger child Lilibet.

He said: “You can understand Harry’s position after the terrifying experience with his mother”, but added: “It was extraordinary not to attend the thanksgiving service to Prince Philip.”

He continued: “The Queen is almost 96 and she has not yet met Lilibet.

“I would have thought that given the Queen’s health it was clearly uneven and… [she] has mobility issues, you would surely think he would make an effort to [see her]†

He said: “We know that he is very fond of his grandmother and it is an opportunity that I think he should seize.

“On the one hand, Meghan has become estranged from her family – apart from her mother – and they have both become estranged from the royal family.

“It’s starting to look strange.

“No one knows what could happen in the coming months, and as relations between the Sussexes and the royal family are as they are, there is a rift, we know there is.

“It would be in everyone’s interest if the rift is at least partially resolved.”

The expert Ian Lloyd agreed with his comments and advised Harry to call the Queen if he passes through England to get to the Netherlands.

He said: “I think he should be aware that in America they are very fond of family values ​​and so he should be aware that if he apparently snubs the queen by not coming to visit, I don’t think it’s a good thing.” would fall in Britain or in America.”

He added: “His failure to attend Prince Philip’s memorial service was quite a remarkable absence when you think he was the only one of the eight grandchildren not to make it.”

Mr Lloyd said, “He should call.

“It would be very embarrassing if he didn’t…

“The problem is the case with regard to security with the Ministry of the Interior.”

He added: “He has to balance the fact that he hasn’t seen his grandmother in a while and she hasn’t seen Lilibet.”

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