Prince Harrys Remarks on Military Service is Cringe Comedy
Prince Harry, fresh off the faux pas of the LA cemetery scandal, has leaped head-first into another cringe-worthy situation.
The younger prince can’t sing, so it seems he’s taken up comedy judging by his comments at the Stand Up For Heroes event.
Honestly, are there no limits to this nonsense?
Anyone who’s read my articles over the past three or four months knows my views on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
They’ll also know that I’m continually astounded by the sheer ineptitude the couple has shown since stepping away from their royal duties. The number of missteps made by the Sussexes after breaking loose from the royal family’s golden chains truly is something else.
I’m not sure who’s to blame for that: their PR team? Or Prince Harry and Meghan themselves?
Regardless, it doesn’t seem like a trend destined to end any time soon.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle overstepped the mark with their cemetery visit
As far as I see it, service is what happens in the quiet and in the chaos. It’s what happens when people aren’t looking, and it’s about how we take care of each other every single day.
Hold on. What?
Is this the same guy who hired a celebrity fashion photographer to capture highly staged images of both himself and Meghan Markle wandering around an LA cemetery for remembrance Sunday?
And he’s talking about service being what happens in the quiet when people aren’t looking?
This is part of some weird Prince Harry comedy routine. It has to be. Even he can’t be so dim as to make those comments with a straight face after the fiasco of the past week or so.
Prince Harry continues down the lonely road of becoming a royal parody
As most royal fans will know, before The Crown came along and attempted to trash the frontline royals’ reputation completely, there was another show that at least bashed the royals with a wink and a smile.
For those Sussex fans who lament the fact that The Crown isn’t going to cover the life and times of Meghan and Harry, fear not!
A show called The Windsors has captured Prince Harry perfectly. Forget about Claire Foy, Matt Smith, Josh O’Connor, Tobias Menzies, or even Olivia Colman.