Meghan Markle and Prince Harry received unsolicited advice from Sex Pistols singer John Lydon after their bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry shocked the world with their claims and allegations against the royal family in their tell-all with Oprah Winfrey for a CBS special last month.
The royal couple said they wanted to step back from their royal duties to live a private life. However, they made several interviews while in the United States, prompting John Lydon to comment on them.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are allegedly prisoners
John Lydon, who goes by the stage name Johnny Rotten is popular for his anarchist songs as a member of Sex Pistols. The band is known for their punk songs God Save The Queen. In a recent interview, he said it is petulance for the Sussexes to flutter their wings and cry freedom, but it’s actually. not because they are “seriously prisoners.”
He also noted how the public is eager to take a side and be spiteful with it. So, to avoid the drama, he left advice for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
“My advice to them is they should mind their own business too, and if you want out of the public awareness then don’t go on the Oprah show. It can only end badly for you,” he was quoted by Express as saying.
Lyndon empathized with the royal family
The rocker added that he has a “sense of empathy” for the members of the royal family who are “trapped in gilded cages.” His statement followed Prince Harry’s admission during his and Meghan Markle’s interview with Oprah Winfrey when he said his brother was trapped by the institution.
However, a source close to the Duke of Cambridge denied Prince Harry’s claim. The insider said Prince William had set a path for himself completely accepts his role as the future king. In contrast to what Prince Harry said, he doesn’t feel like he was being trapped.
The insider added that Kate Middleton’s husband is very much like his grandmother when it comes to their respect of duty and service, Page Six reported.
Prince Harry and Prince William had a friendly reunion at Prince Philip’s funeral. They were photographed chatting as they exited the chapel together with Kate Middleton.
Body language experts said they showed signs of reconciliation. Judi James noticed that their conversation was genuine and not just for the cameras.
However, several insiders also said that they haven’t completely forgiven each other. New Idea claimed they had a two-hour crisis talk with Prince Charles, and it was friendly from the start, but it turned tense.
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