Meghan Markle and Harry: 'Don't keep meddling' says Levin
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Prince Harry’s biographer Angela Levin has urged the Sussexes to “go away” and to stop “meddling” in world affairs, calling their response to current affairs “soft, fluffy nonsense”. The slamming came after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle released a statement via their Archewell Foundation website encouraging followers to support organisations to help those in need following the recent earthquake in Haiti and the Taliban’s reclaiming of Kabul.
Commenting on the statements, Ms Levin told GB News: “Go away. Have your lovely life that you’ve set up in your big house and your 16 bathrooms.
She continued: “And what also I didn’t like was that the charities they mentioned.
“Will they go through ArcheWell Foundation? Will it be something that will boost the aspects of their life?
The royal biographer earlier this week said that Harry and Meghan’s comments on the current crisis around the world had been “grandiose.”
She told MailOnline: “I think Harry and Meghan’s grandiose, comfy and caring comments about the situation in Afghanistan, the disaster in Haiti and new Covid variants is another example of them trying to set up some sort of alternate woke Royal Family.”
On Tuesday, the Sussexes released a statement via their Archewell Foundation website after the fall of Afghanistan to the Taliban.
“To start, we encourage you to join us in supporting a number of organizations doing critical work.
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“As an international community, it is the decisions we make now — to alleviate suffering among those we know and those we may never meet — that will prove our humanity.”
The statement came shortly after Prince Harry released a joint statement with Dominic Reid, the CEO of his Invictus Games.
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