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'Prince Harry's deluded Queen comment proves he has staggering Messiah complex'

Prince Harry shared private details from his secret meeting with the Queen during his latest TV interview, saying he was ensuring the Queen was "protected" and that she has the right people around her

By Polly Hudson

16:39, 20 Apr 2022 Updated 09:10, 21 Apr 2022

Prince Harry told NBC’s Today Show that The Queen has “always got a great sense of humour with me” which is lucky. Because when it comes to his next comments, he must be joking.

“I’m just making sure that she’s protected and got the right people around her,” he explained.

And with those 14 words, he surely lost the last remaining British people wanting to defend his recent behaviour.  Even if you sympathise with him, admire him putting personal happiness above stuffy tradition, largely accept while wondering if there might have been more sensitive ways of going about it his decisions, this is too much.  Whatever projects Harry has busying himself with for the last few years, making sure the Queen is protected and has the right people around her hasn’t been any of them.  Even his biggest fan can’t deny he has literally been doing the opposite of that.  Announcing this in such a self-important manner goes beyond hypocrisy, it displays a complete lack of self-awareness.  Utter delusion. A staggering Messiah complex.  Someone cut off from all reality, living in a glass mansion, lobbing a live publicity grenade.  It’s also incredibly patronising to the Queen who has somehow managed to get by without his ‘protection’ for 96 years now.  Can he really, seriously believe this to be true? Or is it just a dig at Charles and William? And which of those options is the most upsetting?

Royal watchers were aghast at the comments, and former MP David Mellor opined, “His life is totally distorted now by becoming a Kardashian-type figure, where he’s surrounded by people who want to photograph him because they’re paying him lots of money for the privilege of filming him, and the Queen becomes important to him only because he has to see the Queen for his credibility on Netflix.”

This is not what any of us want for Harry, a shallow, meaningless celebrity lifestyle in an ivory tower, surrounded by yes people.  It’s also sad that he’s so blind to how bruised the British people are feeling, what we need from him now. Humility. A bit of gentleness, and care.  Bowling in grandly, taking full credit for being the lynch pin holding the whole shebang together after clearly causing his grandmother such strife leaves a very bitter taste indeed.  Maybe the naysayers were right. He isn’t the Messiah, he’s just a very naughty boy.