Because of their mediocre death tribute to Prince Philip on Archewell, social media has come out swinging against Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
In case you missed it, Harry and Meghan darkened Archewell with a solemn few lines for the war hero, which read, “IN LOVING MEMORY OF His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh 1921-2021.” Thank you for your service; you will be missed tremendously.”
About the fact that the couple’s tribute was similar to that of the royal family, viewers attacked the royals with pitchforks, with many calling it “deeply insulting.”
Many politicians and analysts blamed the mediocre homage, including Brexit leader Nigel Farage, who wrote on Twitter,
“For a couple that do public emotion as a career, this third-person and one-sentence statement shows their contempt for this great man and the monarchy. The British public will not welcome Harry and Meghan back, even for the funeral.”
For a couple that do public emotion as a career, this third person and one sentence statement shows their contempt for this great man and the monarchy.
The British public will not welcome Harry and Meghan back, even for the funeral. https://t.co/nJ3uimRyW0
— Nigel Farage (@Nigel_Farage) April 9, 2021
I am astonished at the lack of affection in the Harry and Meghan statement. It read; "Thank you for your service. You will be greatly missed." He wasn't a distant relative they hadn't seen in years. Philip was his grandfather for God's sake. Where's the love? LA is ruining him.
— Kelvin MacKenzie (@kelvmackenzie) April 9, 2021
Former President Donald Trump’s message on the death of Prince Philip. pic.twitter.com/0QJl6xHbrn
— Mollie (@MZHemingway) April 9, 2021