Prince Charles ‘chuckled nervously’ when asked about the Sussexes’ interview

Prince Charles

I find the staging and lack of staging around the past few weeks rather fascinating. What was clear last week was that Prince William largely organized the very obvious character assassination of the Duchess of Sussex as a “bully,” but Clarence House and Buckingham Palace had to sign off on it anyway. Throughout the most recent smearing of Meghan (not to mention previous smear campaigns), there has always been a Prince of Wales-shaped hole in all of the coverage. Charles said nothing last year or this year as his son, pregnant daughter-in-law and grandson were ripped to shreds in the British media. Which is telling. Prince Harry spilled some significant tea about his father during the Oprah interview, and today, Charles was asked ONE question about it during an event.

The royal family is continuing their official duties amid the ongoing backlash surrounding Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s shocking tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey. On Tuesday, Prince Charles was the first member of the royal family to attend an official event since the interview aired. The 72-year-old Prince of Wales visited an NHS vaccination center in London where a reporter asked him, “Sir, what did you think of the interview?”

According to royal reporters, Charles was seen “nervously chuckling” and continued walking at the official engagement, ignoring the question.

Charles’ visit was in an effort to combat vaccine hesitancy within the United Kingdom.

[From ET]

I’m including a video below, although you can’t really see Charles’s “nervous chuckling” in the video. And that’s on purpose. As soon as the question was asked, Charles kept moving and his staff blocked him physically and moved him out. Which was what he wanted them to do. To go back to the staging and what’s NOT being staged… interesting to me that Charles would make an in-person appearance at a predominantly Black/minority vaccination center just after the Sussexes’ interview, where they described in vivid terms the racism they faced from the Windsors. Even more striking is the fact that Prince William and the Queen haven’t been seen publicly (or in pre-released photos/videos) in days. Charles actually wanted to be the one who was at an event FIRST post-interview. Which should tell you who has been orchestrating this mess from the jump.

Prince Charles

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  1. Sunday says:

    It’s like charles and thomas are in a bad-dad-off. Would it have killed Charles to say he loves Harry and Meghan very much? Who will prevail as the worst father?? I say it’s a tie, punt them both into the sun.

    • Seraphina says:

      Right, but he fears that is admitting guilt or aiding to this fiasco. The future king is never wrong. He was chosen by God after all.

    • Elizabeth Regina says:

      Not surprised at him. He has no emotional intelligence whatsoever.

    • LillyfromLillooet says:

      Sunward it is!

    • windyriver says:

      “Would it have killed Charles to say he loves Harry and Meghan very much?”

      Whatever love means…(who remembers that?)

      And the way Charles has acted, you have to wonder.

      • AMA1977 says:

        Charles, William and Queenie have every advantage money can buy, but it can’t buy compassion, love, empathy, or loyalty. They are rich in possessions but poor in soul. Harry decided that wasn’t good enough and rode off into the sunset to live life with his chosen family on their terms. He has clarity that Charles and William never will. They’ve been stunted, warped, and twisted by their position as “first” and “chosen” and it will happen to George, too. Harry said a loud “F THAT” and he and his kids will be healthier and happier for it.

    • Quietly Kitten says:

      This modern Game of Thrones they’re playing needs to end.

      So who’s bringing the dragons? Inquiring kittens need to know.

    • “SUNWARD IT IS”. …..that is great Lillyfromlillooet. All I got is, good thing everyone had masks on as I doubt if many of the people pictured with Charles were wearing smiles. Well, that and see how brave Charles is to wade into an event with POC; I’ll bet the Queen gives him a shiny new metal for courage under fire.

  2. Seraphina says:

    Charles, Charles, Charles – I hope you never become king and it ends with mummy. That would karma and hell on earth for you. Well deserved.

    • Cecilia says:

      Im honestly a bit shocked that charles had an active part in this. I always thought that he was just spineless and too scared to pushback on william but it seems like it was a coordinated effort between the 2

      • JanetDR says:

        @Cecilia Same here. I thought he was secretly supportive.

      • UptownGirl says:

        @ JanetDR, I would hope that he would be silently supporting them as well. At least Harry and Meghan would know that he had their best interests at heart. But after the interview, I am seeing a man with no heart or sympathy.

      • Mila says:

        Meg and Harry did not say bad things about katewilliam. They left out the uncle, the mistress and were pretty cautious regarding charles.

        As for kate i said it when it was reported that she cried. Meg was preparing a wedding for billions, kate postpartum. It happens. What more proof you need that the shady ones are charles, his bride and a few others?

      • BayTampaBay says:

        I am still not convinced that Charles made the skin color statement about Archie.

        I still think it was all 100% BPwBT.

        However, I still have a much lowered opinion of Charles for “allowing” The Daily Fail to believe that he was financially helping the Sussexes. To me, this financial falsehood is almost as disgusting as BPwBT racism towards his nephew.

      • Saucy&Sassy says:

        I think AHPW (A**HolePrinceWilliam) made the comments about Archie. I don’t know what to think about Charles. I do know that Harry appeared to be quite honest about trying to heal the rift with his Father. Sounds like there’s a lot of work ahead for the two of them, but they can build a relationship that they’re both comfortable with. Charles, therefore, is going to have to decide if he wants that relationship. Because what he does from now on is going to be watched by Harry.

    • what's inside says:

      All of these problems lie with Charles. Always have.

    • Tessa says:

      And that means William won’t get the throne either. Great.

    • Rice says:

      A few years ago, I went on one of those tourist tours of Cambridge University. The tour guide gave a story about how Chuck attended the uni in his youth. But he was so bad at his schooling that he almost didn’t graduate. So his mom had to make sure that the committee or whatever award him a degree just so he could graduate. The guide claims that it’s a true story but what do I know.

  3. sandy says:

    laughing. about an interview where not only did meghan speak to her suicidal ideation and how she was denied support and help and bullied during her pregnancy by the palace (aka him or at least his minions), but also where it was clear he cut off security for harry, and refused to even offer it for meghan/archie. their lives were at direct risk, and he chuckles.

    • Becks1 says:

      Its horrible, and I cannot believe they did not have a response ready. Anything would have been better than laughing.

      • Lorelei says:

        @Becks I have no idea how it’s still possible for me to be surprised at just how bad they are at all of this, but I still end up shocked at the ineptitude.
        They must have known this would come up, and even if their strategy was to quickly hustle Charles away without him answering, he CHUCKLES? After the seriousness of what H&M revealed, what, less than 48 hours ago?

        I know a lot of people can’t help it; their automatic reaction to awkward situations is nervous laughter. But this is a man who’s spent 70+ years training on how to behave in public for god’s sake.

      • Merricat says:

        Exactly this. What father laughs, nervously or otherwise, when confronted with his own child’s pain? Not a good look ever.

    • Elizabeth says:

      Charles is a pusillanimous self-absorbed creep, but I have to say, I too have a weird habit of nervously chuckling or faintly giggling when I am embarrassed; it isn’t laughing at someone or mocking them, it’s a weird nervous reaction. Me giggling has been misunderstood (obviously) and I try to control it now that I am aware of it. It is bad but it wasn’t intentional.

      • harperc says:

        Oh, I’m terrible at inappropriate laughter, too. I never giggle so much as I do at a funeral. Eeeek!

        But I’ve been working on it, and the way to beat it is to be mentally prepared to say something “appropriate” in the situation. And that man is 72 flipping years old, has been in public life the entire time, he should have some way of dealing with this!

        And it’s not like it was a completely inappropriate, unthinkable question. It was “what did you think about the interview?” Why didn’t his people prepare him for that?!?!?! She said she was having a girl, he could have easily deflected with that. “I’m overjoyed to be having another granddaughter.” And then skitter away.

        Charles has been doing this *for years*. Why hasn’t he gotten any better at this? Why hasn’t he worked on this? Why hasn’t he hired better people?

        Just so sloppy. For an organization that prides itself on The Best and hiring The Best and having such High Standards, their PR and communications, both themselves and who they hire, is absolute amateurish buffoonery.

        I’d hire the BRF’s butler, but I’d never hire anyone who worked in their PR department.

  4. Jaded says:

    So Chuck chuckled and ducked his way out of answering. That, in and of itself, is horribly insulting to his son and daughter-in-law and shines a large spotlight on what a chicken-shit he truly is.

    • Amy Bee says:

      And just conveniently he’s visiting vaccination centre used by black people. See I’m not racist at all.

      • UptownGirl says:

        Right….keep telling yourself that Chucky!

      • BayTampaBay says:

        No! I want to hear Chuck’s explanation for all this. Chuck needs to come clean with an interview of his own.

      • Amy Too says:

        And wasn’t this meant to address vaccine skepticism among certain populations, including black people who have reasons to be historically distrustful of the white medical institution that abused them and continues to treat them with less care than they treat white people? AND THEY SENT CHARLES!? Just the fact that they thought black people who are skeptical of the historically racist and all-white medical institution would be swayed by a representative from the historically racist and all-white royal institution is crazy to me. But then to send Charles, an old, white, casually racist (“but you don’t *sound* like you’re from [British city]”), top level heir to the throne who had just been exposed as a person that doesn’t think his quarter black grandson should get to be called a Prince or have security because there are concerns about the “optics” of his potential skin tone, and who thinks the only biracial woman entering into the family should continue to work as an actress because he doesn’t think he can afford to fund an office for her or pay for her security, and who cuts off the funding and security of his own son, leaks his location, and then stops taking his calls because said son has confronted the family about the racist treatment of his wife and wants to know what the family can do to help (“call off the dogs…”)!?!? To a black vaccine distribution location to help convince black people to trust the vaccine!? And he thinks they’ll listen to him and trust him BECAUSE he’s a member of the white supremacist institution that is the British royal family? Just… all of this is bad. The timing, the setting chosen so that he can be photographed surrounded by black people props, the purpose of the engagement, the self-delusional belief that his black peasant props will have to trust and listen to him because he’s a great white high ranking representative of the monarchy, the refusing to answer questions about the interviews, and then the laughing and having to be shielded by his protection officers—the same protection officers that he’s denying his son, daughter in law, and grandson who are vulnerable to credible threats of racist hate crimes, he’s using as human shields to protect him from having to even look at people who are asking him the mildest of questions.

  5. Elizabeth Regina says:

    Cue the some of my best subjects are black photo op.

    • sayso says:

      Right! This dusty POS has some nerve!

    • Seraphina says:

      I did not even notice that. Great catch. He deserves to lose everything. I hope all their ‘countries” start to leave. UGH I am so angry over how they are allowed to get away with this.

    • I imagine Kate will be out tomorrow doing a photo op with more “little black and brown babies.”

  6. Sandra says:

    Remember that episode of The Crown that was entirely about Elizabeth discovering that all of her kids grew up to be major a$$holes?

  7. Becks1 says:

    I wonder if Charles didnt think Harry would bring up the cutting off security etc. He laid low last week because he wasnt nervous about the interview, and now he’s thrown for a loop because Harry outed him. I think the scrambling last week was definitely because William was terrified of what Harry would say, and as it turned out Harry avoided talking about William.

    • Amy Bee says:

      KP panicked and just confirmed that they’re racist.

    • BayTampaBay says:

      “and as it turned out Harry avoided talking about William.”

      Not if you listened between the lines.

      • Becks1 says:

        There were mentions, between the lines and blatant mentions, but it was clear that Harry did not want to talk about William. When Oprah asked him how their relationship was, he said the bit about loving him but then moved on very quickly and she circled back and that was when we got the “space” comment, but again, he said it and moved on very quickly. He had more to say about Charles and “the institution” in general and I think that was on purpose.

        I think what Harry DIDNT say speaks volumes (my brother and I are on good terms, we are moving on, my brother is a good person, etc) but in terms of actual soundbytes, there was very little about William.

  8. Myra says:

    He is not helping himself here. Now people will automatically think it was him who said it with the obvious photo-op. He who smelt it dealt it, Charles.

    • Madelaine says:

      That god-sent interview = Diana’s posthumous revenge. Not every dirt can be conveniently buried under a tunnel. On a more positive note, it’s nice of Charles to take a tour of the plantation a have a chat with those cotton pickers: if we think he views them as equals and fellow human beings, then we’d better think twice.

  9. Amy Bee says:

    Kaiser, The Telegraph happened to get a picture of William driving out of KP today. They think he’s been crying. [insert rolling my eyes emoji here]

    • Sofia says:

      He honestly looks like himself to me. Half his face is covered and it’s a photo taken through a window screen so it’s hard to see what his actual emotion is.

    • Betsy says:

      If anything, those look like angry eyes to me.

    • Desdemona says:

      Na… Such a grainy photo?

    • Becks1 says:

      I’m laughing so hard at the “tearful” comment. Someone on twitter asked if Kate made him cry too. LOLOLOL.

      • Becks1 says:

        Also, why is he wearing a mask as he’s driving?

      • ShazBot says:

        because they have their security in the car with them? that’s the only reason I could think for him and Kate to both be masked in their cars.

        Granted Camilla wasn’t masked and she wasn’t driving either. Maybe because she’s been vaccinated.

      • BayTampaBay says:

        If you are not going far sometimes it is just easier to leave your mask on between short trips. I wear my mask while driving quite a bit.

    • Zapp Brannigan says:

      OMG the reply that said that Kate was probably talking to him about flower girls! Lol.

    • Lowrider says:

      It’s the incandescent glow emanating from his rancid insides.

    • Seraphina says:

      It’s the rotting stench from his breath that is causing him to tear up.
      They had another pic of Kate in a car – wearing a mask. So now they wear masks – in car but not when around people and out in public. The mask is hiding their faces.

    • Kalana says:

      Did Kate make him cry? 🙄

    • Madelaine says:

      Yes, madam. Some call it deep shame, others the English fog.

    • Amy Bee. I’ll raise you Eye roll emoji ➕💯 Some reporter trying to make it all about poor, victimized William with a ‘he looks tearful’ comment. His eyes look fine to me, but I wouldn’t put it past him to fake cry. And I love how the Cambridge’s have no trouble going maskless in public, but mask up in an auto to protect their security.

  10. Jay says:

    This is what they should have been doing last week – lots of engagements, working diligently, not flinging mud in a panic. Then they could have stayed quiet and regrouped this week.
    But things seem to be out of control.

    Do we know if any other “magnificent” seven members will try to do any public events this week? Maybe the Cambridges can do another zoom call about how important it is to respond when someone is having a mental health crisis, that aged well (read the comments post-Oprah – most people are not having it).

  11. Faithmobile says:

    Karma is coming for this weak little weasel.

    • UptownGirl says:

      Yes, and may it kick him were it truly hurts, smack on the ego and headless head!

  12. Bobbie says:

    This reminds me of how badly Charles handled the crown stuff. All he had to do was release officially or unofficially a statement saying “While the Crown isn’t factual, what is true is I regret a lot of how I treated Diana and I wish I could change it. She was a wonderful person and mother.” Or something like that. Instead he doubled down on trashing her in the grace saying she was a mess and he didn’t cheat until she did, sticking with his defense that somehow not having physical sex with Camilla until later meant he didn’t cheat (which i don’t believe either). He is an idiot and an evil person. What he should do now is sat I love Harry and Meghan, this is so sad, and we’re going to come together as a family. Or something like that. But no. Of course not

  13. Margaret says:

    I’m a body language expert, note the lady in the wheelchair. Her body language says a lot.

  14. Lorelei says:

    The entire BRF must be *so* grateful that everyone needs to wear masks right now. It makes it a lot easier for them to hide the bitchy, furious expressions they all must have on their faces at the moment.

  15. sunny says:

    Ahhh, I see we’ve reached the black people as props stage. Carry on- clearly nothing to see here.

    How dumb are they? Seriously, how are they so stupid?

  16. Lauren says:

    He signed on it hoping that KP and their people would take the brunt of the interview because the public knew the names of the KP staff leaking to the tabloids. He conveniently disappeared for the whole new smearing campaign, until Harry said “yeah but my dad stopped taking my calls”. Harry pushed him front and centre in the spotlight.

  17. betsyh says:

    Yes Kaiser, it is no coincidence that he wants to be seen with so many black people in his first engagement after the Harry and Meghan’s interview.

  18. Oy_Hey says:

    i’m shocked them old folks even spoke to him – my own elderly black mother would have told Charles to buzz off and not to use her as a photo op after that interview. People really do have some weird allegiance to the crown. Do folks not realized these people aren’t *actually* anointed by God?

  19. kerwood says:

    We all know what those Black people were thinking while they met with him. And we know that HE KNOWS what they were thinking.

    I don’t think Charles is as racist as many of his family members and I don’t think he was the one who asked about Archie’s skin tone. I have no doubt that was William. Charles has tried to ‘modernize’ the monarchy as much as a weak, selfish man can. I remember he celebrated his 50th birthday in Brixton, which was a big deal then.

    Charles wasn’t threatened by Harry and Meghan. In fact, walking Meghan down the aisle increased his popularity more than it had been in years. It was William who was ‘incandescent’ after the successful Oceania tour. Charles just didn’t have the guts to stand up to William’s fury. I think he probably counted on Harry’s goodness and believed that Harry would always forgive him, no matter what he did. He was wrong and now he’s lost the son who genuinely loved him and is stuck with the rage monster. Serves him right.

    • CuriousCole says:

      I wish the reporters had asked the Black people being used as press shields what THEY thought of the interview!!!! Did Charles/Clarence House actually think we wouldn’t see right through this engagement??

      I think you’re underestimating Charles’ ego in regards to popularity and the Oceania tour response. Harry specifically said it brought back memories of his mother in Australia and those are absolutely NOT happy memories for Charles. Factor in this is exactly when he thought he’d finally buried his terrible misdeeds under 20 years of PR rehabilitation, only to be eclipsed again by Meghan and Harry.

  20. Aeren says:

    NOW they wear masks!?

    • Sunnee says:

      Was he in the car with someone else? Otherwise, why wear a mask if not to hide?

      • (TheOG) Jan90067 says:

        He will always have an RPO with him. I can’t believe they wouldn’t have been vaccinated along with their royal charges, for safety (not transmitting the virus to a royal). So this BS mask wearing IN the car is just so no one can see the clenched jaws.

  21. Mich says:

    He is as bad a father as he was a husband.

    Slightly off topic but I’ve been thinking a lot about the symbiotic relationship between the tabloids and the palace and the revelation that Charles cut off Harry’s security and financial support in the first quarter of 2000. And then the press made cutting off security and financial support their number one issue. Did Charles urge the tabloids to do this in order to justify his own repellent actions? Is this a chicken and egg situation or an entire omelette?

    Also – can anyone clarify for me the issue about Archie and his security. The only way that made sense to me was if Meghan was saying Archie wouldn’t get a title or security even when Charles became King.

    • BayTampaBay says:

      As of today Archie is not an HRH because he is the great-grandson of the Monarch. When and if Chucky III gets to the throne Archie will be an HRH because he will be a grandson of the Monarch.

      All HRHs get security protection until they have finished their education. The HRHs that become Senior Working Royals retain their crown finance security protection. The Sussexes are no longer Senior Working Royals so they have no crown financed security protection (as of I believe 20 March 2020). The Wessex children have security protection provided by the crown as they are still in school. The York girls lost their crown financed security protection when they completed University. Andrew pays personally for his daughters private security protection.

      • Mich says:

        It very much seemed like Harry and Meghan were saying that the protocol and rules were being changed for Archie. As in he would never get a title and never be given protection. And this is despite the fact that the palace deliberately stoked hate towards them in order to protect themselves.

    • betsyh says:

      Mich, given the symbiotic relationship you mentioned, I think you’re on the right track. Charles would want the press to support cutting off the Sussexes financially–look readers, see how much money I’m saving you by not subsidizing those abdicators!

    • Becks1 says:

      @mich – that is what Meghan was saying. I think that part of the interview was a little hard to follow, but she talks about the “convention” from 1917 (i.e the letters patent) and how they were telling her he woudnt be a prince, but under the convention he should be. There were a few other lines in there but I took it all to mean that they were telling her that he would NEVER be HRH Prince Archie, even when Charles becomes king.

      This actually fits in with something in Finding Freedom, but from the opposite side. In FF this is talked about – the changing of the letters patent – but its talked about in the context of Harry and Meghan ASKING them to be changed, bc they dont want Archie to ever be a prince. So its interesting now to have it confirmed that there WAS a conversation about changing it, but its not Harry and Meghan’s wish.

      I do not think it would have been hard, when M was pregnant, for Charles or the Queen to say – “you know, hes not HRH yet, but he will be, and we recognize that he is the target of a great deal of harassment and abuse, so we’re going to offer him protection anyway.” They would have looked like loving family members. Instead they look like racist aholes who wanted their grandchild/great grandchild in danger bc of a rule over 100 years old that they queen had already shown she is willing to change.

      • Mich says:

        Thanks. That is what slowly dawned on me over the last day of thinking about what she said.

        It is absolutely shocking.

    • Madelaine says:

      @Mich: The best Charles’ obituary that will ever be written : ” Here lies he who was as bad a father as he was a husband.” Thanks!

  22. Darla says:

    Black twitter is taking this as clear confirmation it was Charles who brought up the baby’s skin color. The tweets are pretty funny.

    • (TheOG) Jan90067 says:

      Darla, can I ask, *where* would you find “black twitter”? Is it a hashtag? Honestly and respectfully asking…. I really have no idea of how people find various things in there.

      • FancyHat says:

        Not Darla but if you search for lists or the hashtag SussexSquad that should point you in the right direction

    • BayTampaBay says:

      Darla, Until I have a receipt, I will continue to believe the racist in charge wearing the KKK Grand Wizard Hat for the Windsor Chapter is BPwBT.

  23. NCDancer says:

    Here’s the thing: I wonder how he really feels about his children and grandchildren. Does he see them as anything beyond the fulfillment of duty. It seems pretty clear that while he was at times charmed by his first wife, he never really loved Princess Dianna, and at a certain point, she became an impediment to the relationship he truly valued and desired. So maybe he simply doesn’t care about his sons who are a tangible representation of something he never liked or wanted. He married his first wife because he had to, fathered children because he had to, and maybe that’s it. Maybe the whole “father” has never been his thing. (It’s not like he had great examples of fatherhood.) So I wonder if he just sees them as a necessary part of his duty and when a part of that duty (Harry) becomes onerous, he just cuts it out. Which would be … wow.

    • molly says:

      Charles loves as best as he can, but he has no capacity to be a real person. He has no point of reference or experience with such things. He’s never had a normal family or real friends or spent time among regular people. He’s been the PoW and the most important person in nearly every room since he was a toddler. “Duty” is all he knows. Everything, even his relationship with his children, is through the lens of his job and his future job as king. Nothing is more important than that, and his life is nothing other than that.

  24. Alexandria says:

    He has never taken accountability for anything. If he gets asked the next time, he will chuckle nervously again and then probably hoedown himself out of there.

  25. MellyMel says:

    The PR for this family continues to be horrible.

  26. Lunasf17 says:

    My theory is the monarchy is ending after the queen passes. No one needs Charles to be king. They royals might do other “Royal” stuff but I don’t see how this be can continue as it is. I think everyone will be stepping back. Turn the riches over to the people, return the looted art and jewels to their rightful countries and no one gets the Guillotine!

    • Lowrider says:

      The monarchy can’t just end. It will take years for them to dismantle the institution.

      • BayTampaBay says:

        It will take a century for the MPs to write a true constitution as no MP wants to touch this issue even with Boris Johnson’s ten foot pole.

        The Monarch is part of the “Constitutional” British Government. The UK system of democratic government needs a Sovereign Monarch but they do not need a tax suckling publicly funded Royal Family. The future Chucky III knows this very well.

      • Alexandria says:

        And we all know from Brexit, British politicians have a tough time with divorce negotiations. I think the BRF will be smaller or they will adopt the Swedish model, not out of choice but out of popularity decline.

  27. Bex says:

    Oh, this is definitely another example of how the palace and tabloids are in bed together.

    Reporters aren’t allowed to shout questions. That’s not what they do on these types of visits. This ONLY happens after it’s been cleared by the Comms/PR person.

    They are TRULY terrible at this, and EXTREMELY inept.

  28. Wiglet Watcher says:

    A friend called this yesterday. But that Kate would be seen with children of color. Of course the BRF needs the token pics to prove they are not racist because they can stand next to POC.

  29. Jane Doe says:

    I’m exhausted by the opinions of people who aren’t Black and don’t experience anti-Black racism. You don’t get to define which incidents involve anti-Black racism. “I don’t think that was meant to be racist.” “Oh they aren’t that racist”. Also, it’s not possible to be “quietly supportive” in the face of racism. Either you speak out and act and are explicitly anti-racist, or you are complicit and prop up racism. There really isn’t an in-between. A family member who stands there while you experience racism and does nothing is complicit in the racist harm.

  30. 2cents says:

    So Charles has arranged a little “It wasn’t me”-engagement with black people!🤔 Leaves William as the most likely culprit who said racist things to H&M: the royal anti-bullying and pro-mental health advocate.😏

    Oprah’s H&M interview is the Great Reset Charles didn’t know he needed to slim down the monarchy further. If he’s smart he’ll take some advice from the Californian Windsor branch.

    If William was in tears today it’s probably the shock of his irrelevance on the global stage. 🤯The interview made this totally clear!

    • lanne says:

      Or the fact that any work he tries to pretend to do on racism or mental health is f—d. And he’s not going to be going to the USA or to hunt endangered species in Africa for a while. And he doesn’t have Harry and Meghan to hide behind when he wants to go trim rose bushes. Man, I would PAY MONEY to see someone at his next public event say “ROSE BUSH” loud enough for him to hear. Or yell, “sup Cain! Where’s Unable?”

    • Which reminds me. ….what happened to the Magnificent 7 Commonwealth event? Did that get any press?