Prince Harry is accused by his biographer, Angela Levin, of wanting “bring down the monarchyAccording to the latest information, the Duke of Sussex could miss Queen Elizabeth’s Jubilee to play polo in California.
Speculation around the presence of Prince Harry at Queen Elizabeth’s Jubilee still arouses so many theories. The latest comes from Angela Levin, who has written several biographies of members of the royal family. During an interview given to GB News and relayed by The Daily Mailthis Friday, May 6, she felt that the Duke of Sussex”plotted to bring down the monarchy“ British. These very strong words were made after rumors predicted the absence of the exiled couple in the United States during the Queen’s Jubilee, so that Harry could finish the polo season.
Angela Levin also said: “I think it’s some kind of mean game, it’s a conspiracy, it’s some kind of chess game.” Earlier this week, Omid Scobie, a friend of the Sussexes, said that the Prince would play the rest of the polo season. Harry is rumored to be competing in the Folded Hills Pope Challenge from May 9-15, the Lisle Nixon Cup from May 20-29 as well as the Cheval Athletics USPA Intra-Circuit which will run from June 3-19. Right during the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee festivities.
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In addition to being denied access to the protection due to the royal family by the British police, Harry and Meghan will not be accepted on the balcony of Buckingham Palace during Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee. “After careful consideration, the Queen has decided that the traditional appearance on the balcony for the Salut aux couleurs (Trooping the Colour) Thursday, June 2 will this year be limited to Her Majesty and members of the Royal Family carrying out official public engagements in the name of the Queen“, said the Palace spokesperson. In fact, Harry, Meghan and Prince Andrew will all be three persona non grataalthough they can attend the festivities.
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