Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Are ‘Remarkably Naive’ Thinking They Can Change the World, Expert Claims

by Jeremy Spirogis
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle arrive to attend a memorial service at St Martin-in-the-Fields in Trafalgar Square in London, on April 23, 2018

Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex have stepped up for quite a lot of causes and hope to have an effect on altering the world by utilizing their platform. One royal skilled is skeptical, nonetheless, believing that the Sussexes are “naive” of their considering.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle arrive to attend a memorial service at St Martin-in-the-Fields in Trafalgar Square in London, on April 23, 2018
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle | VICTORIA JONES/AFP through Getty Images

Can Prince Harry and Meghan Markle make a distinction?

The Sussexes have lent their voices to environmental points and Black Lives Matter discussions, and their upcoming group Archewell guarantees that they’ll make a optimistic contribution to the world.

Royal biographer Lady Colin Campbell informed The Sun that, though the Sussexes have a following from their time within the royal highlight, they most likely are naive of their perception that they’ll make a distinction.

“They don’t know how good they’ve got it,” Campbell defined. “They should just embrace their life. Unfortunately, Harry’s not got much going for him other than he was born a prince.”

She continued, “He would struggle to hold down a job stacking shelves in Tesco. He’s never lived in the real world. Meghan was a D-list actress in a show on a cable channel. To think they can change the world is remarkably naive.”

“I think Meghan’s over-confidence has been the problem. I fear for him,” she added.

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Campbell thinks Prince Harry ‘suffers from second son complex’

Campbell’s criticisms of the couple don’t finish there, as she shed some mild on her perception that Prince Harry has been in his brother’s shadow for thus lengthy, he “suffers from second son complex.”

“Harry suffers from a ­second son complex. He’s not ­counting his blessings at all,” Campbell shared. “I’ve studied history, and he has the biggest chip on his shoulder of any member of the royal family in the past few centuries.”

“He has been so painfully troubled and unhinged by being the second son,” she added. “Diana would big up his ego when he was younger. I remember thinking he needs to remember he can’t have it all. Barring a terrible disaster, he won’t be the next king.”

Campbell discussed the concept that Prince Harry has been spoiled throughout his life and he “got used to having what he wanted, it seemed to me, which he has taken into his adult life.”

One skilled believes Prince Harry is ‘fed up’

Royal biographer Angela Levin appears to share a few of Campbell’s considerations about Prince Harry, particularly with reference to how he reportedly acquired offended at Prince William for giving him brotherly recommendation about Meghan. In an interview with Royal Rota, Levin blamed Harry’s years of feeling inferior for the feud together with his brother.

“Having spoken to Harry for quite a long time and I also followed him for a year for my biography, I understand that he’s fed up with being the second boy,” she defined. “He was fed up with it as a child and it was always William first. William would be invited by the Queen Mother to go for tea, but not Harry.”

Levin added, “So he sort of missed out and I think that when you’re in your mid-30s, you can suddenly say, ‘No, leave me alone. It’s my life.’”

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