Since the Netflix Docuseries’ release Harry&MeghanRoyal watchers are looking for any reaction from relatives and the royal family. The reaction from the major players was sparse even though Harry claimed his father, King Charles lied to him, and Prince William screamed about Harry’s plans to abandon royal life. The documentary also featured Harry’s mistreatment of his mother by the royals.
The recent developments in the Daily Express reported that Prince Harry’s uncle Charles Spencer—brother of Diana—had “broken his silence” for the first time since Harry&Meghan debuted. Spencer took to Twitter one day after the three first episodes were released. Read on to find out what he said—and what the British public would like him to weigh in on.
Posted Scene From Althorp Estate
Spencer posted a video showing Althorp House’s grounds, the estate covering 13,000 acres, where he lives, instead of commenting on them. He wrote: “A winter’s day that is so crisp, this morning’s frost still remains intact.” Spencer’s followers were not satisfied with this and asked him to comment about Harry’s distancing from King Charles, William.
Tina Wainwright tweeted: “Please help Harry understand that we all feel the pain of his loss. I fear that he will lose William for good.”
Followers urge him to comment
Umarjun, a Twitter user said: “How about condemning my nephew for his disgusting Netflix series? And appropriating Diana’s legacy. U have another nephew, the future King, and he needs your support. SuFromLondon wrote that “Your nephew is destroying everything his grandmother worked so hard for.” If he wanted to marry Megan he should have thought it through maturely—you can’t have your cake and eat it! Even if you’re a prince.
Similar Discretion Following the Three Previous Episodes
Spencer uploaded another image from Althorp last Thursday. This is King Charles I’s royal portrait. He claimed that the former monarch had visited the house several times. “Portrait of Charles I, hanging in the Picture Gallery at @althorphouse—the king visited the house in the 1630s, as an honoured guest—at one banquet recorded as feasting on herons, peacocks, and even the humble potato (which was relatively new to England then).
“He was also allowed to visit Althorp several times in 1647, when being held prisoner at his palace of Holdenby—after losing the first English Civil War,” he added. “The king enjoyed Bible-reading, chess and lawn bowls. Althorp also had a great bowling green. Charles was executed at London in January 1649.
Diana’s Last Resting Place
Princess Diana was buried on a private Island on the Althorp estate. At least four attempts have been made to break into the home by would-be vandals. Spencer claimed that intruders have been captured every time. “Originally, Diana was to be buried in the family tombs near her, but it was not to be. It was too costly and it would have a negative impact on the local community,” he stated.
Spencer gave Diana his Eulogy
Spencer’s funeral eulogy to Princess Diana was a landmark and caused speculation that the royal family would not survive the scandal. “I want to conclude by thanking God, for the small mercies that he has shown me at this awful time.” Spencer said.
“For taking Diana when she was at her most radiant and beautiful, and for her joy in her private life. “We give thanks above all for the life and legacy of Diana, who we will always remember as a beautiful, complex, extraordinary, irreplaceable woman.