British Prince Harry’s biographer ‘Angelia Levin’ in recent outburst accused the royal of ‘meekly’ following his wife Meghan Markle’s ‘woke’ ways, tossing his “life as an action man to become an airy-fairy do-gooder.”
Angelia Levin said in an op-ed for the Sunday Telegraph that while Markle “has blossomed back in her native” California, “Harry has become a shadow of the prince I once knew.”
“Of course, he would not be the first man to be besotted with a beautiful woman with a different agenda that he then meekly adopts as his own. Harry seems to accept being second to Meghan,” Levin insisted.
According to Levin, the most obvious sign of change is how Prince Harry is “changing his accent to fit “the ‘woke’ West Coast life he has seemingly taken to,” wrote Levin who spent months following him for her 2018 memoir, “Harry: A Biography of a Prince.”
“Phrases such as ‘twenny twenny’ and ‘I wanna’ suggest his ‘Californication’ is well underway,” she wrote referring to Harry’s accent during the recent release of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s podcast which streams on Spotify.
“He and the Duchess also repeat, several times, a favourite phrase of theirs: ‘Love wins,’” she wrote.
“I don’t think many senior members of the Royal family have felt much of that love over the past 12 months,” she wrote of their year in exile after Megxit.
Levin expressed her disappointment that the prince who previously “excelled at giving people hope and strength” has just “tucked his family away in a multi-million-dollar mansion in California. Making himself look out of touch,” during the COVID-19 crisis.
She also noted, “The couple’s endless announcements about clinching one money-raising deal after another could be seen as insensitive at a time when hundreds of thousands of livelihoods were lost.”
Angelia Levin wrapped up her op-ed by saying that Prince Harry is keen to get a 12-month extension on the final date for Megxit from the Queen.
“He may miss his family and all the privileges that entail,” and he may be “keen to reconnect with the charities he once supported as well as regain his honorary military titles. Or perhaps he just realises that royalty is forever, but celebrity is not,” she wrote.