Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Accused of Buying Public Respect Through Awards

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, are facing accusations of attempting to bolster their public image through a strategic accumulation of awards and accolades following their departure from the Royal Family in 2020.

The couple, known for their outspoken views and actions since stepping back from royal duties, have recently been nominated for various honors, including Prince Harry’s nomination for the prestigious Pat Tillman Award for Service.

Commenting on their perceived tactics, expert Kinsey Schofield expressed skepticism, stating to Talk TV, “I see Prince Harry and Meghan Markle accepting more trophies for awards that I don’t understand what they’re for, than this life of service that they promised us.

How many awards did Meghan accept for her podcast that was cancelled and slammed by her own network?”

Schofield further criticized their approach, labeling it as a strategic game to buy public respect and improve their public relations. “This is all a game to them [Harry and Meghan].

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I guess they’re trying to buy the public’s respect, they’re trying to buy good PR through networking and creating these opportunities to collect trophies for their mantle, but I think the public sees through these individuals,” she added.

Since their departure from royal duties, Harry and Meghan have been vocal about issues of racism within the Royal Family, particularly regarding their son, Archie.

They now reside in California, where they welcomed their daughter, Princess Lilibet, into the world.

The couple’s efforts to redefine their public image through awards and public engagements continue to be scrutinized amid ongoing public and media discourse.