Photographer For Prince Harry Says He Has Lost His Way
According to a royal photographer who worked with Prince Harry throughout much of his adult life, the ex-royal has simply "lost the plot," Page Six reported. Arthur Edwards, 79, claims the Prince's recent criticism of the British Commonwealth was a massive insult to the Queen and the family's legacy.
Even though the Palace may officially say one thing, Edwards noted, there lies other more complicated feelings underneath the Palace's comments. Edwards went on to say that any nation on earth could easily look back into its future and find problems and faults.
It's a part of life that human beings look back into the past and learn how we can improve in the future. Edwards went on to argue that the Prince should stop listening to Meghan Markle, who is "obviously filling him full of ideas," he explained.
Edwards said he has been photographing Harry since he was born, and there was definitely a change in his character the moment he and Meghan Markle started their relationship together. As most know, Prince Harry and Meghan got married back in May of 2018.
According to the photographer, who speculated on what happened with Meghan and Harry once they got married, Meghan must've convinced him to leave the royal family shortly after they solidified their relationship.
As it was previously reported, Prince Harry used his platform recently to throw shade at the royal family, calling into question the commonwealth's history of colonialism and racism.
Harry, during a Session of the Queen's Commonwealth Trush, stated that there was no way of looking back at the British Empire's past and not realizing the importance of moving forward with the aim of equality and justice.
Harry's comments came not long after the Black Lives Matter protests that began after the choking death of George Floyd by the Minneapolis police officer, Derek Chauvin.
Harry and Meghan left the royal family at the start of the year not long after Prince Andrew's Jeffrey Epstein scandal. Sources have claimed the controversy was the straw that broke the camel's back.