Harry and Meghan slammed as a liability after hurtful comments

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are a "liability to the Royal Family" even with new hopes of reconciliation which were ignited at Her Majesty's funeral, an expert claimed.

Speaking on GB News Live, journalist and royal commentator Kinsey Schofield discussed their unique position in the Firm following their recent return to the US.

She said: "Harry and Meghan right now are proving to be a liability to the monarchy.

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"I think that if they do want to work their way back in, it’s going to take a long time to establish trust and they should work for that.

"I don’t think it’s as easy as 'we’ve had a death in the family so let’s just move them back in'.

"They’ve done hurtful things, specifically the Oprah interview [that] was just as detrimental to the monarchy as the death of Princess Diana.

"That’s how horrible the feedback was for the Royal Family after the Oprah interview."

Kinsey stressed that though many of Harry and Meghan's hurtful actions have taken place since they moved to the US, recent revelations about their apparent poor behaviour while they were working royals have also damaged their reputation.

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"When I say they are a liability to the Royal Family, I am just addressing some of their actions since they moved to America," she added.

"That’s not even including some of the horrible stories we’ve heard from Valentine Low from his new book Courtiers about the way that they treat people."

The book in question, 'Courtiers: The inside story of the Palace power struggles from the Royal correspondent who revealed the bullying allegations', isn't set to hit shelves until October 6 but has already reached #8 on the Amazon charts.


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