‘Grow up’ Prince Harry slammed by GB News host over ‘damage’ to Royals

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle told to 'grow up' by Nana Akua

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GB News’ Nana Akua ranted about the Duke of Sussex on Sunday’s show, slamming his upcoming memoir publication following Queen Elizabeth II’s death. She raged at Prince Harry for seemingly going ahead with the book, claiming she had hoped the royal would “see sense” and cease publication of the reportedly “explosive” tell-all memoir.

Addressing viewers about her thoughts on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Nana stated: “The late Queen Elizabeth II was one of the most unifying forces in my lifetime, I believe the world has ever seen.

“That she not only did a great job in securing the lineage as well as the legacy of the Royal Family, but she also set an impeccable example of dignity and unity.

“Now, I was hoping that her example was something that we could all learn from.

“I for one will be taking a leaf out of her book, and I was hoping that perhaps Prince Harry would remove all of the leaves from his and simply bin his book altogether.”

Continuing, the presenter fumed: “Now, after seeing the fab four together in what looked like unity and an apparent request for a delay in the publication of his memoir amid warnings that further attacks on the Royal Family would significantly undermine his own standing, I suspect that most of us hoped that Prince Harry was reconsidering publication.

“Political commentator Nile Gardiner said there is far less appetite for books from the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in the wake of Queen Elizabeth II’s death.

“He said any attacks on the Royal Family will be seen as being ‘in very poor taste.'”

Warning the Duke herself, Nana continued: “Prince Harry, take heed.”

She went on to discuss other recent publications surrounding the Royal Family.  

“The Queen was loved and respected globally,” the GB News host remarked. “And after Tom Bower’s book, Revenge, which didn’t paint the couple in a glowing light, yet another book has emerged.

“Courtiers: The Hidden Power Behind the Crown, by Valentine Low, expresses the deterioration of the relationship of those around the Sussexes.

“In particular, their staff or “Sussex Survivors”, which is what the staff apparently called themselves after their experiences with the couple. They can’t all be lying.

“Well, initially announcing his memoirs, Prince Harry said: ‘I’m writing this not as the prince I was born, but as the man I have become,’ and according to publisher Penguin who apparently already paid the Prince half of his fee in advance and which is reportedly in the region of £70 million, Harry’s memoir will ‘share for the very first time the definitive account of the experiences, adventures, losses and life lessons that have helped shape him.’

“Harry says, ‘I’ve worn many hats over years, both literally and figuratively, and my hope is that in telling my story, the highs and lows and mistakes, the lessons learned, I can help show that no matter where we come from, we have more in common than we think.'”

Continuing, Nana argued: “Now, I’ve been biting my tongue because I was hoping that this pair would see sense.

“But try this hat on for size – grow up, stop whinging and appreciate the amazing benefits and opportunities that are all around you.

“We’d all have a lot more respect for you if you just held your hands up and frankly apologised for the damage that you’ve caused and just bin the book!”

Prince Harry had planned to publish the memoir at the end of 2022, but it has been reported he could delay the book after the death of the Queen earlier this month.

There is now speculation publication will go ahead in 2023 instead.

Previously, royal expert Richard Fitzwilliams warned that the revelations in the book might be a “problem” for Prince Harry’s relationship with Prince William.

Speaking on ToDiForDaily’s podcast, he said: “Both brothers were inseparable.

“And there’s no doubt that one of the tragedies is that they’ve taken very, very different roads.”

Nana Akua’s GB News segment airs from Friday to Sunday from 4pm.

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