Prince Harry: “Hypocritical”! Heavy criticism for his London visit
Serious allegations about his London visit
Prince Harry made an unexpected appearance at the London High Court on March 27, 2023. The Duke of Sussex is now receiving heavy criticism for his surprise visit to Great Britain – for this reason.
In 2019, Prince Harry, 38, filed a lawsuit against Associated Newspapers Limited (ANL). He accuses the publishing house of illegally obtaining information about its titles. Judge Timothy Fancourt had actually decided a few weeks ago that Harry should testify before the High Court in May. But on Monday, March 27, 2023, he suddenly appeared in front of the courthouse to later testify on the witness stand. With his London visit and the lawsuit itself, Harry is now encountering headwind.
Prince Harry has been called ‘hypocritic’ over his lawsuit
Prince Harry and other stars such as singer Cheryl Cole, 39, or Elton John, 76, who was also at the High Court on Monday, claim that the publisher hired private investigators, among other things, to install listening devices in their homes and cars. Royal expert Kinsey Schofield told GB News that this appears to be a “total invasion of privacy”. “They were followed, disguised as doctors to access their medical information, they hacked their bank details. There is a very long list of allegations here,” she explains, adding, “This is a very elite group of figures in the world public figures who make these allegations.”
She also notes that the public cannot understand Prince Harry’s allegations because he has revealed his private life and that of the royal family in the Netflix documentary and his memoirs. “It looks a little hypocritical because [Harry] created so much content that is almost invading other people’s privacy. […] So I understand that particular argument in relation to Harry in this case.” Moderator Eamonn Holmes, however, dismisses this, insisting that Harry’s media exposure is “a publication [dennoch] not authorized to access his medical records or place a listening device in his car.”
Source used: gbnews.com