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Harry and Meghan ‘guided’ Lilibet into a ‘careless life’ they fled

Harry and Meghan ‘guided’ Lilibet into a ‘careless life’ they fled

Harry and Meghan ‘guided’ Lilibet into a ‘careless life’ they fled

Harry and Meghan ‘guided’ Lilibet into a ‘careless life’ they fled

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  • Harry and Meghan’s desire for Lilibet is so close to what they believe is “biased and irresponsible.”
  • Daniela Elser, a royal analyst and author, made these allegations.
  • The Sussexes are keen to not deny their children their birthright but let them decide for themselves.
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Analysts have questioned Prince Harry and Meghan Markle‘s reasoning and rationale for wanting Lilibet so close to what they believe is “biased and irresponsible.”

Daniela Elser, a royal analyst and author, made these allegations.

According to a media report, Ms. Elser believes, “For the love of God, why would he and Meghan want their children to be so publicly associated with and tied to an organization that they say is biased, neglectful, and the source of so much misery for them?”

“Supposedly, this is all about choice for Archie and Lili.” The Sussexes are said to be keen to not deny their children their birthright but to allow them the chance to decide for themselves when older whether to drop or keep using the titles.”

“But then why not go down the very smart path taken by another royal couple, Prince Edward and his wife Sophie, Countess of Wessex? Like Archie and Lilibet, their children, daughter Louise and son James, were born as the grandchildren of the monarch, thus making them entitled to be known as “princess and prince.”

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“However, the eminently sensible Wessexes decided they wanted to try and achieve that loftiest of goals—some semblance of family normalcy—and instead chose much lesser titles, leaving it up to the children to decide on their 18th birthdays whether they would like the full titles to which they are entitled and whether they want to use their HRHs.”

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