Prince Harry, Meghan Markle accused of ‘betrayal’ in latest royal attacks

Harry and Meghan’s latest royal attacks have been slammed by UK commentators – with one TV presenter even suggesting they were a ‘betrayal’.

GB News anchor Nana Akua, 51, was furious called for a national referendum stripping the couple of all their titles, including Harry’s “birthright” as a prince.

He called the series of documents “disgraceful” and added: “I would go so far as to say they are treasonous.”

The black host was furious that Meghan made it “all about race”, insisting that “the only reason people don’t like this woman is because of the way she behaves”. The horrible things he said.”

“This woman is delusional, self-absorbed, and she’s dragging Harry down with her. Frankly, they are a shame for this country,” says Akua Kaid.

GB News presenter Nana Akua talks about the latest Netflix episodes.
“I will go so far as to say they are committing treason,” GB News anchor Nana Akua said.
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GB News presenter Dan Wootton called it “the most disgraceful piece of propaganda” by the couple.

“Prince Harry accused Prince William of leaving the royal family. This Netflix series isn’t just a fantasy about being a victim, it’s the end of her relationship with her brother.” he tweeted.

“Princess Diana would have been devastated,” he said of the brothers’ late mother.

British TV presenter Dan Wootton called it “outrageous” to accuse Harry’s brother Prince William of “kicking him out of the royal family”.

Post columnist Piers Morgan also called it “a spectacular betrayal” and “a an extraordinary and terrible betrayal” from Harry’s family.

Political commentator Neil Gardiner, an aide to former British prime minister Margaret Thatcher, accused the Sussexes of “attacking the royal family and enriching themselves with royal titles”.

“This is a massive disinformation campaign by Meghan and Harry – it’s an absolute disgrace. It’s a hate campaign against the British monarchy,” he said.

“And I think the late princess would have been absolutely horrified.”

Talk TV presenter Julia Hartley-Brewer publicly called on the “privileged” couple to “stop whining”.

“Harry, Meghan – shut up. Shut up!” he pleaded on his show.

The royal family together in July 2018, before Harry and Meghan split.
Neil Gardiner said “the late princess would have been horrified by the ‘hate-filled’ attack on her family”.

Even King Charles III’s former communications secretary discussed Harry and Meghan’s explosive claims – politely pointing out, “congruent disagreements in their story.”

Amid widespread criticism, the couple’s loyal supporters have spoken out in their defense.

Activist and writer Dr. Shola Mos-Shogbamimu said: “I I clearly and firmly believe Harry and Meghan.”

“The Royal Family let Meghan Markle be crucified to protect his interests KNOWING it was mentally, emotionally killing and physically consuming him, he compared it on Twitter to a “lie” put out to protect Prince Andrew.

“The real villain in the pursuit of Harry and Meghan is the royal family” he wrotebrave critics: “Come to me.”


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