Meghan Markle blasted for ‘holding Harry back’ from causes that don’t make them money | Royal | News

Meghan Markle was slammed by a royal commentator who claimed she now holds Prince Harry back from supporting causes he cares about – but don’t bring them money.

The comments came after the Prince of Wales was praised for his ambitious initiative on homelessness through his Royal Foundation named Homewards. He is set to appear in a new documentary titled Prince William: We Can End Homelessness, which will go behind the scenes of the first year of the programme.

ITV’s new two-part series will follow William as he launches Homewards across the country, and will feature the journeys of those currently facing homelessness or who have lived experience of the issue.

Now the heir to the throne’s latest project was compared to the ones made for Netflix by the Duke and the Duchess of Sussex on GB News by presenters Eamonn Holmes and Isabel Webster who were joined by royal biographer Angela Levin.

Ms Levin claimed that in contrast to the Prince and Princess of Wales, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex only do stuff which will “get them money”.

She also said that previously Harry was passionate about his projects but this passion, she claims, does not correspond well with his wife as they now only end up doing things that can help them financially.

The biographer told the programme: “Unfortunately, Harry and Meghan do everything that will help them and get them money. They’re fantastically interested in money and not people.

“[But] I think Harry, when I went around with him and I was doing his biography, he was marvellous with ex-military people.

“[He was] wonderful but Meghan is very awkward, she’s not used to talking to people like and I don’t think she wants to. So I think that’s very difficult.

“Their [Harry and Meghan’s] idea is to show off and be wonderful, William and Catherine’s are to help. It’s not for them, it’s to help.”

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are currently set to feature in two new shows for Netflix, one about polo and another one about cooking, the latter of which is said to have finished filming.

It’s worth noting that apart from their bombshell docuseries, Harry & Meghan, which detailed their love story and life within the Royal Family up until their departure in 2020, the Sussex couple have also made two more documentaries, Heart Of Invictus and Live To Lead.

It’s also worth adding that Harry founded the Invictus Games back in 2014, a platform for wounded, injured and sick service personnel to engage in sports and to aid their rehabilitation.

The Invictus Games are held every year til now, with the duke receiving many awards and praise for his service.

Harry is also the founder and/or patron of a number of charities and organisations around the world including Travalyst, Sentebale, Wellchild and is a member of the Board of Directors of conservation charity African Parks.

The couple’s charity, Archewell Foundation, has also partnered up with various charitable organisations through the years.

Harry and Meghan’s representatives have been contacted for comment.

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