Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Attended Their Last Official Event As Working Royals
Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Attended Their Last Official Event As Working Royals

Oh my, how you’ve changed, dear Harry

WHAT happened to Prince Harry?

Educated at Eton College, attended officer training at Sandhurst Royal Military Academy, joining the Blues and Royals - a tough army unit with rigorous discipline, spending more than 10 weeks in Helmand Province, Afghanistan, and then with the Army Air Corp before returning to the UK.

Born into royalty, with all the privileges and trimmings of that position, one would think he was one tough dude with all this experience, fully qualified to handle all royal duties asked of him.

But instead, throwing all this away when he married Meghan Markle: a publicity-seeking gold digger who is leading him around by the nose, influencing him to abandon his family and turn his back on his royal duties.

His image has been reduced to a mere weak follower who appears to respond to the beck and call of a selfish woman - in fact, descending to be no more than a henpecked husband waiting to be discarded by a selfish woman who has already done this to a previous spouse. Not to say he wasn't warned by her sister and his own brother.

While his wife has retained her film-industry friends, poor Harry has been forced to give up his friends, army titles, separate from his brother, family and give up his RH title.

Will he finally come to his senses and once again stand proud as a respected royal?

Who knows.

KEITH WHITESIDE, Sippy Downs



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