According to a Tory MP, Prince Harry is ‘throwing goodwill away’ with his Netflix arrangement. ‘Enough is enough.’

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According to a Tory MP, Prince Harry is ‘throwing goodwill away’ with his Netflix arrangement. ‘Enough is enough.’

Since he left royal duties with Meghan Markle last year, Prince Harry has been chastised by Tory MP Richard Holden for “throwing goodwill away.”

Following his departure from the Royal Family, Prince Harry has been accused of squandering the British public’s “goodwill.” On LBC crosstalk with Iain Dale, Conservative MP Richard Holden was asked to comment on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s recent media endeavors. Mr Holden claimed that Prince Harry and Prince William had done a lot of good work in the past in the areas of mental health and the Invictus Games, but cautioned that the Duke was squandering his legacy.

“I think we’ve heard enough from Prince Harry and Meghan recently,” Richard Holden, MP, told LBC.

“I think [the Queen]has been a hero, and the rest of the Royal Family, in dealing with a very difficult circumstance with his wanting to leave and go to America, has been incredibly dignified.

“They have just done a tremendous deal with Netflix, haven’t they?” the MP replied when asked what he thought the couple’s reason was for speaking out.

“I’m afraid there’s a financial motive.”

“I believe the truth is that Prince Harry and Prince William accomplished a great deal of good work.

“Especially in relation to the Invictus Games and mental health.

“However, I believe he has squandered much of the brilliant goodwill that he had built up with so much of the British population.

“By the way, he’s been acting strangely in recent years.”

Meghan and Harry’s lucrative TV partnerships may dry up if the “novelty” of being royals “wears off,” according to royal expert Daniela Elser.

“When the Sussexes do start unveiling their slate of TV and podcasting projects, they will receive one shot; that is, one chance to dazzle audiences and make their imprint, either in terms of steaming stats or critical plaudits,” she wrote for news.com.au.

“Will their contracts be renewed when the novelty and glamour of working with members of the royal family wears off, if they don’t have streaming counts or a slew of prizes to show for themselves?”

“In essence, they will have a limited time to demonstrate that they are worth the hundreds of millions of dollars that corporate behemoths have staked on them.

“There’s no need for any pressure right now.

“As a matter of fact.”Brinkwire Summary News”.

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