Prince Harry, 35, aka the Duke of Sussex, is the Left’s “privileged white male” on steroids.
He is also an eco-hypocrite, lecturing to us about climate change while flying in private jets.
Born to the British royalty, Harry is sixth in line to succeed as monarch of the United Kingdom.
Harry has a net worth estimated to be $25 million to $40 million, comprised of:
- Half of a nearly £13 million ($16.7 million) trust fund left by his mother Princess Diana, who died in 1997. The sum was reduced to about £8 million ($10.3 million) after “death taxes,” according to Mirror. Harry received the full £4 million ($5.15 million) when he was 30.
- The ” bulk of” a £14 million ($17.9 million) trust fund from his late great-grandmother, the Queen Mother who died in 2002. In 1994, she put two-thirds of her money into a trust fund for her great-grandchildren, Princes William and Harry. However, the BBC reported that the “bulk of the cash” went to Harry because his brother Prince William, being second in line for the throne after Prince Charles, “will benefit financially by becoming king.”
- Princess Diana’s considerable collection of jewelry, which Harry had split with Prince William.
In addition to his multimillion net worth, Harry also receives income from a royal allowance.
According to Jessie Quinn of Showbiz CheatSheet, “a large portion of” Harry’s income comes from an allowance from his dad Prince Charles’ Duchy of Cornwall — a family business consisting of rental properties, real estate, land, and other money-making entities. Prince Charles uses the income from the Duchy to pay his two sons, William and Harry, and their family members for their royal duties. The money typically covers travel expenses for royal tours, engagements, and ceremonies.
Despite his immense wealth and immensely privileged life, on September 24, 2019, the second day of his visit to Africa with wife Meghan and baby son Archie — for which he will be paid an unknown “allowance” by his dad’s Duchy of Cornwall — Harry visited the Auwal Mosque in South Africa’s Bo-Kaap district, where he spoke to students from the local community.
The UK Mirror reports that according to one of the students, Peter Oki, 18, Harry said “he often woke up and felt overwhelmed by too many problems in the world. That sometimes it’s hard to get out of bed in the mornings because of all the issues.”
In a commentary in The Sun, Rod Liddle speaks for all of us “little people”:
PRINCE HARRY has been explaining how he finds it difficult to get out of bed on a morning due to his worries about the state of the world.
I really don’t know what’s wrong with this bloke.
Listen, Harry. Many, many people find it hard to get out of bed in the morning because they don’t know where the next meal is going to come from.
Or because they’re about to slave all day for a pittance at a back-breaking job which they hate.
Can I suggest it’s a bit easier to get out of bed in the morning when your flunkey’s just brought you a nice boiled egg while another flunkey is getting your private plane ready for take-off?
You are an immensely rich, immensely privileged, white male.
And this constant emoting and whining is beginning to get a lot of people down.
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