Thesaurus / harry


The rest of the dialogue is voiced too, including the inanimate objects that speak, such as Harry’s necktie.
It seemed fitting that just before I called Rodney Stotts, the most unlikely of falconers, I’d looked out a window of my house and seen a group of crows harrying a bigger bird in the trees across the street.
While Diana’s Panorama interview resulted in her being cast out of the royal family, there are signs that the Queen may be responding to the Oprah interview by reaffirming that Harry and Markle are still a part of it.
It’s an example that Markle and Harry followed successfully with their Oprah interview, with Harry disclosing that he lost his security detail and was cut off financially.
Such trips to countries of the Commonwealth have continued to the present day, including the Australia and Africa trips that Harry and Meghan referenced in the interview with Oprah.
When Harry and Meghan decamped to Canada and dispensed with their royal duties, they said that their security was also pulled, despite ongoing threats.
During the Winfrey interview, Meghan and Harry made clear that one of their biggest concerns—which led them to detangle themselves officially from their royal duties—was a lack of security provided for their newborn son, Archie.
The hope was always that William and Harry would attract a younger and more diverse generation of supporters to the royalist cause, by showing the family’s kinder and more progressive face.
They did not make the same exception for Harry’s father Charles, the heir to the throne and the man who—at some point in the next decade, most likely—will be charged with leading the family into the post-Elizabethan future.
Harry and Meghan described an “invisible contract” between the Firm and the media, in which the tabloids and their reporters are wined, dined and welcomed into the Palace for holiday parties to encourage favorable coverage.


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