Former Princess Diana’s butler Paul Burrell has expressed frustration with Prince Harry for not supporting the royal family when it comes to the animated series “The Prince”.
The HBO Max series was criticized for debuting in the United States for allegedly mocking the British royal family and their way of life. It depicts Queen Elizabeth II as a tyrant and Prince George as a perverted child with expensive tastes and a dim view of his family.
The portrait of the late Prince Philip was also considered offensive because it showed the Duke during his critical condition. But the Duke of Sussex did not find the satire offensive, and instead considered it entertaining. Orlando Bloom said in a previous interview that the 36-year-old royal was just good about it.
Similarly, Gary Genetti, creator of The Prince, noted that Prince Harry “seems to have a sense of humor.” Burrell claims that Duke’s reaction to the series clearly shows a lack of concern for his family.
He said in an interview, “It seems ironic that although Meghan and Harry are happy to give their voices to help mental health charities, they cannot talk and defend their family. ۔ ” Close The magazine added that they had seen “The Prince” and that it was “extremely harmful to target a young boy and make fun of him in the manner of cartoonists”.
Burrell said Prince Harry and Meghan Markle would have had a more serious reaction to the series if they had targeted their children, Archie and LeBlanc. “Prince Harry is said to have watched the show with a sense of humor,” he said. “
In addition to Bloom voicing Prince Harry, “The Prince” features Dan Stevens as Voice of Prince Philip, Geneti as Prince George, and Evan Raven as Prince William. Condoleezza Rashad has voiced Meghan Markle, Frances Dale Tour as Queen Elizabeth II, Lucy Punch as Casey Middleton, and Sophie Turner as Princess Charlotte.