Prince Harry, 37, and Meghan Markle, 40, have been told to "enjoy" their celebrity friends wanting to attach themselves to the Sussexes by NBC roya
Prince Harry, 37, and Meghan Markle, 40, have been told to “enjoy” their celebrity friends wanting to attach themselves to the Sussexes by NBC royal correspondent Neil Sean. He claimed that celebrities are “fickle” and would not pass up an opportunity to perform for the Royal Family or visit the palace. Speaking on his YouTube channel, he said: “What I think William and Harry are both going to learn the hard way moving forward is this, celebrities are very fickle.
“They will attach themselves to whoever at the right time.
“We know that Prince Harry and Jon Bon Jovi got on well because they also recorded a charity single together at the famous Abbey Road Studios.
“William and Jon Bon Jovi also got on well but it’s difficult when there’s a family feud. Who do you take the side with?
“A lot of people are speculating where this will lead moving further down the line with all sorts of friends associated with both Harry and William.
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“A lot of people put their money on the fact that there’s only going to be one King in the future and that King will be William.
“Knowing celebrities as I do, I think Prince Harry should enjoy the moment of those people wanting to attach themselves to both him and Meghan Markle because moving forward I can see the celebrities given an opportunity to perform in front of royalty will definitely take that over some hotel in the middle of Manhattan.”
It comes as have been told to “seriously think” about their brand moving forward following alleged “relentlessly bad PR”.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been called for speaking about their time as senior royals, flying to New York for the weekend and signing multimillion-dollar deals with streaming giants Netflix and Spotify.
“I would say I’m just supporting the facts, a lot of these things were not successful.”
The pair have been accused of “confusing the public” with royal visits.
Harry and Meghan went to New York to attend the Global Citizen Live concert in Central Park at the end of September.
While in the city, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex also met with New York mayor Bill de Blasio and Governor Kathy Hochul.
Mr Sean has warned the couple of scheduling conflicts with the Royal Family if they were to travel to the same places.