Royal Family LIVE: Prince Harry making up with royals hinges on him learning one thing

With Prince Harry and Meghan Markle still in their self-imposed exile in the United States, one commentator has offered the Montecito pair some pearls of wisdom as to how they can reconcile their relationship with the Royal Family.

Esther Krakue told Sky News Australia that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex must adopt Prince William and Princess Kate’s grateful attitude and show some contrition for the hurt they’ve caused.

Comparing Harry and Meghan with the future King and Queen, the royal commentator told the channel: “You have to have a level of self-awareness and that is something Royal Family has really mastered.”

The commentator said that as royals, it is imperative that “there is a sense” from within the family “that actually, ‘we’re in a very privileged position and we have to tread carefully about how we come across’.”

She continued: “I don’t think the Sussexes ever learnt that, I mean one of the point that I made is the Sussexes never really displayed a sense of duty. It only took a couple of years for them to storm out of the Royal Family like petulant children, release an interview with Operah where they were just complaining, release a book like Spare where they just complaining, release a Netflix documentary, again, where they were just complaining – and it just goes to show that actually they didn’t have a lot of grit.”



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