People are mad, pissed off in a way they have never been ticked. Has King Charles III gone mad to allow his narcissistic daughter-in-law, Meghan Markle, and his drug-obsessed son, Prince Harry, to give their children, Archie and Lilibet, titles? I said in a tweet that I do not entirely blame the monarch. Though, I do take issue with him not putting his foot down entirely.
So, this makes me wonder. What did Meghan and Harry hold over Charles’ head to get him to comply with their demands? Oh, wait. This is the same couple who claimed that Archie would grow up as “Master Archie.” Remember this tweet from Omid Scobie?
But then Meghan goes on Oprah and uses the race card and claims that Archie wasn’t given the titles she wanted because he was mixed race. Then, Harry denied that his wife ever implied that his family was racist. Oy very. Can these two ever get their stories straight?
You heard Danny DeVito. The worst part of this situation is that it feels like one large nightmare no one can wake up from.
It’s sad. People are losing faith in the King because he won’t cut Harry and Meghan off. As disappointing as it is, we have a few things to consider. The first is that it shows the Sussexes to be massive hypocrites. Just because they didn’t say the royals were racist doesn’t mean it wasn’t implied.
Second, it gives us an idea of what might be happening behind the scenes.
- Could Harry and Meghan be blackmailing Charles?
- Did Charles promise to give the kids titles for a specific reason?
- Is the titles a form of apology?
It could be any number of things. As sickening as it is to see the Sussexes getting their own way, we need to consider it doesn’t make Meghan and Harry look any better than it does with the monarchy. No one wins in this situation.
Harry and Meghan bought this whole thing on themselves. They thought they were better than everyone else. Popularity, my friends, will only get you so far. The only crime Charles has had to pay since the death of his parents is wanting a relationship with his son. It doesn’t make him weak. However, he has to tow a fine between being a monarch and being a father to his youngest son, who has lost his way.
In conclusion, Her late Majesty wasn’t perfect either, despite what people might think. She had to tow the same line with Andrew that Charles does with Harry. Did she get it right? It depends on your definition. Call Charles all you want, but his heart is in the right place much of the time. What would you do in this situation?