A royal expert has claimed that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are becoming increasingly irrelevant.
Speaking on the pod Save the Queen, which is hosted by Ann Gripper, Daily Mirror royal editor Russell Myers said the 35-year-old duke and 39-year-old Duchess of Sussex ‘are sitting in their Ivory Tower, talking about things While Kate Middleton and Prince William, both 38, and Prince Charles, are speaking on major global issues.
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‘It is not coming together well and they are fast becoming a little irrelevant, especially when you see Cambridge and Prince Charles speaking on such massive global issues.’
Megan Markle, 39, and Prince Harry, 35, ‘are becoming increasingly irrelevant, claimed royal expert Russell Myers. Chitra, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex joined Malala Yousafzai for a virtual chat on Sunday
Oleana at Buckingham Palace, London on October 7, 2020, during an audience with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Ukraine’s President, Volodymyr Zelensky and his wife.
He said: ‘They are going to be a little behind.’
However, Ann Gripper discusses how the Duke and Duchess of Sussex joined the New York-based Harry Walker Agency, which represents Obama and Clinton.
‘When you signed up to be a public speaker, that is their role, you are speaking in public,’ she explained.
‘The interview that Meghan did recently – I think it was with Fortune – they pop up this way, speaking on Zoom about some issue, I think it’s the internet community and that Was about the kind of thing and made the Internet a better place. .
‘But anyway, it is a work in progress for them.
Prince Charles has long been a passionate advocate for wildlife around the world and recently warned humans have only 10 years left to save the planet (picture, last year in their garden in Highgrove)
This comes after The Earthshot Prize, initiated by the Duke of Cambridge, has been compared to the green Nobel Prize, which will help improve the planet over the next 10 years.
The ambitious decade-long project will see a total of 50 environmental pioneers, each awarded a £ 1million prize to tackle major problems in climate and energy, nature and biodiversity, oceans, air pollution and fresh water.
Meanwhile, earlier this year, Prince Charles launched its Sustainable Markets Initiative in Davos, calling on communities, businesses, investors and consumers to take the practical steps needed to transition to more sustainable practices .
The objective of this initiative is to identify key ways for the public and private sectors to make rapid changes in the global economy to charitable bodies and investors.
In his first keynote address at the conference in 30 years, hailed as a historic moment by environmentalists and branded Royal Meddling in Global Affairs by critics, he said: ‘Global warning, climate change and the devastating loss of biodiversity Are the biggest threats to humanity. Ever encountered, and his creation on a large scale ‘.
He said: ‘Now is the time to take it to the next level. To secure and enrich our future we need to develop our economic model. ‘
Shahi also met with climate change activist Greta Thunberg at the World Economic Forum.