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Canary42 | 15:01 Fri 14th May 2021 | News
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This guy's so unworldly - did he really believe there would be less paparazzi attention across the pond.

https://uk.yahoo.com/style/prince-harry-isnt-happy-archie-104000516.html

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An extended period of silence would be wise from Harry.
Yes, he should 'zip it' for a while.
he won't do that, he's got the bit between the teeth and thinks that people want to know what he believes. Personally its time for him to concentrate purely on his family and nothing else.
calmck, i saw that on the news online, terrible misjudgement on their part.
Stickybottle - // Andy Hughes
Total rubbish. Harry and family left the uk because of the supposed scrutiny he was constantly under.
Continuing to court controversy and heighten media speculation about Royal family rifts etc somewhat fly’s in the face of everything he was complaining about but I wouldn’t expect you to get the gist of that either //

In my view, Harry sees the press he receives as inaccurate, and his constant messages via the media are an effort to correct what he perceives as their misunderstanding of him and his wife.

I can only reiterate my view, that Harry's constant engagement with the media at his instigation cannot be seen as press invasion, and any press which either takes photographs without permission, or prints articles which are untruthful, are press invasion.

I entirely take your point that this constant whining to the media does indeed increase press speculation, but that does not automatically mean that press speculation is acceptable, or desirable.

My point is - if Harry chooses to speak to the media in the mistaken belief that he will gain sympathy and understanding, he is entirely mistaken, but that is his right to do so.

The media speculating - which they would do whether he talks to them or not - is not acceptable, and is an invasion of privacy.
//My point is - if Harry chooses to speak to the media in the mistaken belief that he will gain sympathy and understanding, he is entirely mistaken, but that is his right to do so.//

I totally agree
elliemay1 - //
//My point is - if Harry chooses to speak to the media in the mistaken belief that he will gain sympathy and understanding, he is entirely mistaken, but that is his right to do so.//

I totally agree //

Thank you.

I have stated several times on various 'Harry' threads that he is exceedingly naive if he honestly believes that bleating about how he perceives himself as badly treated is going to be received with anything by anger and contempt for those born without his privelidges - which is virtually the entire population of the planet!!

I have said many times that trying to use the medai to convince people that he is being misunderstood is a battle that Harry can never win, and he would be seriously well advised to stop trying.

Not for nothing to almost all the Royal Family restrict their media interaction to highlighting the positive aspects of what they do, and keeping a total silence in terms of trying to explain who they are.
Harry isnt a spoilt overindulged prince
he's just a poor misunderstood bubba.

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