Prince Harry’s ‘toxic’ nature and perpetual quest to “rewrite history and rectify injustices” have recently sparked controversy, as highlighted by renowned royal commentator Dan Wootton.
During a discussion about Prince Harry’s recent actions, Wootton expressed his thoughts with a burst of intensity. In a report from the Daily Mail, it was revealed that “Chelsy was named in his witness statement 118 times, while Meghan received just five mentions.”
Wootton further commented, “Now, of course, Harry would say that’s because the Mirror’s apparent bad deeds were going on during his relationship with Chelsy and not Meghan.”
However, he raised a valid point about the necessity of moving on from the past. “But isn’t that the point about why it’s time to move on now; this is all ancient stuff.”
Wootton continued with a sense of urgency, highlighting the concerning aspect of Harry’s constant drive to rewrite history and rectify perceived wrongs. He emphasized, “There’s a real toxicity in Harry’s constant desire to rewrite history and right wrongs that often didn’t exist in the first place, which might make Meghan reluctant to step in.”
He concluded his impassioned statement by noting the need for someone to intervene. “But someone has to now. Because Harry is wallowing in victimhood and unhappiness in an aimless battle that will end up helping no one, certainly not himself.”