Prince Harry reportedly offended royal fans with one appalling move after his final engagement.
Last week, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced that they are quitting as senior members of the royal family a day after they carried out their first engagement together. There are rumors that Prince Harry and Markle will be moving to Canada.
The former “Suits” star immediately flew back to Vancouver after the announcement. Prince Harry had to make his wife wait because he still had some duties to attend to. However, he stirred the royal fans with the use of song in an Instagram video that hinted that he couldn’t wait to leave the U.K.
Prince Harry used a Stone Roses’ “This Is The One” song on Instagram to mark his final engagement on Thursday at Buckingham Palace. Many were very upset because of the lyrics of the song which they deemed offensive, New Idea reported.
“I’d like to leave the country for a month of Sundays. Burn the town where I was born. If only she’s believe me, Bellona, Belladona, burn me out or bring me home,” the lyrics read.
“Subtle ... There are other, more explicitly anti-royal Stone Roses songs Harry could have chosen #ElizabethMyDear,” one wrote on Twitter.
Prince Harry’s recent post on Instagram was also plagued with criticisms from disappointed fans. One wrote that she could no longer take anything Prince Harry say due to his “laughable” hypocrisy. Another said that she respects the duke’s decision to step down but the way he and Markle did it was “completely disrespectful to the Queen.”
“You should know that and Meghan should have realized that marrying into the Monarchy. Could have been done better all around. Very disappointed,” another commented.
Meanwhile, royal biographer Penny Junor also expressed her worries about Prince Harry because it appeared to her that he was turning his back from the royal family.
According to Junor what Prince Harry did was “so out of character.” He also noticed how determined Prince Harry was and it was alarming because Prince William’s brother appears to be on a “trajectory of self-destruction.”