Harry and Meghan behaved ‘like petulant teenagers’ on Jubilee trip, critic says

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle behaved like “petulant teenagers” during their trip to the UK for the Queen’s Jubilee, a royal critic has claimed.

Harry and Meghan made their first visit to the UK together since relocating to California to celebrate the Queen’s Jubilee, but only attended one royal engagement; a thanksgiving service at St Paul’s Cathedral.

There were also no pictures released of the Queen’s first meeting with her great-granddaughter, which royal critic Angela Levin claimed might have left the couple “cross” for not meeting Netflix’s expectations.

And, despite reports that the royals feared that a large public presence from the Sussexes would overshadow the Queen’s celebrations, Angela told GB News that the couple didn’t appear enough.

“I thought they were like petulant teenagers, really,” she claimed. “If they didn’t get what they wanted they would leave.

“They did leave early, they left before the pageant on Sunday. But they also didn’t go to anything else."

The only public appearance Harry and Meghan made during the Jubilee weekend was at the Service of Thanksgiving on Friday (June 3).

Angela dismissed the argument that the couple wanted to remain in their family unit as “nonsense”, adding: “You’re with your family the whole time, you don’t use that as an excuse as if you’re so close.”

The critic was particularly scathing in her assessment of one particular incident, where the Sussexes could be seen winding down the windows of their car to greet fans.

This, Angela suggested, contradicted the prince’s assertion that he doesn’t feel safe in the UK, resulting in him taking the Home Office to court over his protection while on British soil.

“There he was, in a car with black windows, so they’ve obliged them with that so nobody could see who it was, and they both opened the windows right down and started waving at the people,” she said.

“That was an indication to me that they couldn’t be out of the spotlight. However, that is very dangerous; someone could throw a bomb in or a load of tomatoes in through the window, you make yourself very vulnerable.

“It’s such a hypocrisy isn’t it?”

The Daily Star has contacted representatives of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex for comment.

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