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Don’t shout at me King Charles’ subtle message to Harry revealed by royal expert

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King Charles delivered a speech at Mansion House on Wednesday evening, where he addressed the need for tolerance and balance in society.

According to a report by GB News, the monarch also seemed to include a subtle message to his son Prince Harry, who has been vocal about his grievances with the royal family.

The King, who was accompanied by Queen Camilla, spoke about the importance of respecting different perspectives and avoiding conflict. He said: “Do we pause, instinctively and unerringly, before speaking or acting to ensure we are affording equal weight to both sides of the balance? Our society would be a kinder and gentler place for it.

According to royal commentator Angela Levin, who wrote Prince Harry’s biography in 2018, these words were a “secret message” to the Duke of Sussex, who has been accused of being disrespectful and demanding towards his father and other senior royals. Levin appeared on GB News where she discussed the King’s speech.

She said: “I think it’s quite interesting because it’s a message to Harry – ‘Don’t come in and start shouting at me and demanding that years later we still apologise to Meghan!'”

Levin also pointed out the hypocrisy of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who have been spending lavishly on private jets and luxury holidays while claiming to be environmentalists and humanitarians. She said: “If you’re still shouting at your father to give you money or your late grandmother to give you money and then you go on and spend it all like that and you make no sign that you’re being cautious.

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Or, you’re going on private planes and telling people they can’t but you can. So I think it’s actually rather distasteful, in the same way when Meghan goes to poor places where children are poor, but she wears jewellery and clothes worth several thousand pounds, when actually you can cut down a little bit.”

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle quit as working royals in 2020 and moved to the US, where they have signed lucrative deals with Netflix and Spotify. They have also given explosive interviews to Oprah Winfrey and other media outlets, where they have criticised the royal family for being racist, neglectful and oppressive. The couple have also sued several British tabloids for invading their privacy.

The King’s speech at Mansion House was part of his annual visit to the City of London, where he met with business leaders and politicians. He also praised the efforts of the NHS and other key workers during the pandemic, as well as the achievements of British athletes at the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics.

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