The comment was made by Robert Lacey, author of the recently published book “Battle of the Brothers” which examines the deteriorating relationship between Prince William and Prince Harry in recent years. He appeared in “The Royal Beat”, a show hosted by “True Royal TV”.
Robert Lacey argued that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex undermine some of their causes by being “in too extreme a way”.
Meghan and Harry have caused controversy in recent weeks with a series of politically charged interventions.
On ‘The Royal Beat’, Mr. Lacey commented: “People said the Windsors don̵
“They don’t know how to handle progressive causes.
Robert Lacey argued that Prince William handles progressive causes “pretty well”
Earlier this month, Prince William launched the Earthshot Prize
“Anyway I think William does it pretty well.
“He does it better than Meghan and Harry.
“This couple, in a way, is too extreme.”
Earlier this month Prince William launched the Earthshot Prize, which has been dubbed the Nobel Prize for the Environment.
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Robert Lacey on True Royal TV
Five innovators a year over the next decade will receive over £ 1,000,000 to further their work in addressing environmental challenges.
Announcing the scheme William commented: “I have heard a lot that there are many people who want to do a lot of good things for the environment and what they need is a little bit of catalyst, a little bit of hope, a little bit of positivity. that we can actually correct what is presented.
“We believe this decade is one of the most crucial decades for the environment.
“And by 2030 we truly hope to have made a huge step forward in solving some of the biggest problems on Earth.
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“These are difficult times for the environment. But I believe in human ingenuity, and I believe in the younger generations who speak as they are now, who will not tolerate this lack of hope. “
Harry and Meghan caused a worldwide sensation in January when the couple announced their intention to step down as real workers.
Instead the couple vowed to become “financially independent” and split their time between North America and Britain.
They moved to California shortly before the state went under lockdown due to the coronavirus outbreak.
In late September Harry and Meghan made a virtual appearance at a show held to celebrate Time Magazine’s 100 “Most Influential People of 2020” list.
The prince commented: “As we approach November, it is crucial to reject hate speech, misinformation and negativity online.”
Meghan added: “Every four years we are told the same thing,” This is the most important election of our life. “But this is it.”
In response, Republican congressman Jason Smith wrote to the British ambassador accusing the couple of political “meddling”.
“This couple, in a way, is too extreme”
Mr. Lacey speculated that Meghan may tone down some of her political interventions in the future.
He said: “Meghan admitted that it is risky for her family to get involved in controversial issues.
“Maybe she’s just talking about the physical risk that exists in America for everyone, because of how politics has become so volatile and violent there, but I think she has come to understand how [her] the speeches put her husband’s relationship with the family at risk and maybe she could go back on some of these more extreme positions. “