‘I can’t say I blame him! ‘Harry’s decision to slam the Queen and her family was supported in an on-air debate.
During a furious on-air debate in the middle of a TV paper review, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle defended their recent “publicity stunts.”
Prince Harry “has every right” to criticize his family in his forthcoming tell-all memoir, due out in 2022. This defense came during a contentious on-air paper review with presenter James Max and guest Dawn Neesom on talkRADIO’s Between The Sheets. James McVey of The Vamps, a British pop band, backed Harry’s book contract, saying he “does not blame” the Duke for “slamming his family.”
Mr Max and Ms Neesom were taken aback by Mr McVey’s remark, and they wondered if he “would seriously write a book slamming your own family.”
“I don’t blame him,” he said. He has every right to do so. I would if I had deep-seated difficulties with an institution that had a long-term impact on my life.
“I would act if I believed I was working in an institution that needed improvement.
“How do we know he won’t even insult the Queen?”
” The former I’m a Celeb competitor and Vamps singer also backed Meghan Markle’s 40th birthday effort.
Meghan’s 40×40 initiative aims to help unemployed women re-enter the workforce following the pandemic by pairing them with one of Meghan’s famous pals.
Mr Max agreed, saying, “Who does that for their 40th birthday?” Ms Neesom termed the effort “virtue-signalling woke guff,” adding, “As a woman, it is patronising tripe.”
“This makes no difference to anyone; it’s a beautifully crafted piece of public relations.
Mr McVey defended Meghan, saying, “You keep picking on Meghan, but the woman is trying to improve the communication surrounding women returning to work after the epidemic.”
“You demonize her for attempting to help others. So, what exactly do you want her to do? “I see how people would be frustrated by her desire for notoriety, but I honestly see this as a positive step,” the 27-year-old added.
“She is truly attempting to utilize her platform for good by promoting these types of debates.
Mr Max criticised this, saying, “She shouldn’t be making money off the Royal Family’s back.”