Prince Harry has been criticised by a radio host angry the British people are forced to pay the bill for the Duke of Sussex to become a “freelance charity merchant”. Speaking on his talkRADIO show, commentator Mike Graham claimed the Duke of Sussex was “really starting to get on my nerves”. He said: “There are many people who are very much in awe of the Royal Family and there are many people who really don’t like the Royal Family.
“I am somewhere in the middle. I am a big fan of the Queen, I think she has done a remarkable job over the decades she has been our sovereign, I think she has been incredibly smart, incredibly tolerant. I think she has been a very very good thing for this country.
“Prince Charles, I am not so sure about. Prince William, maybe to a lesser extent. But, Prince Harry is really now starting to grind my gears, he is really starting to get on my nerves.
“After all, it was only a few short years ago he was parading around with his with his backside hanging out over in Las Vegas with a load of strippers.”
Mr Graham added: “Now apparently he has been reincarnated as Saint Harry. He likes to go around running the Invictus Games, which is a very good cause and a wonderful thing to do.
“He served time in Afghanistan, which many of you on twitter are reminding me is a very brave thing to do, I have no arguments with that.
“I don’t mind if he wants to do television shows with Oprah Winfrey highlighting mental health. I don’t mind if he wants to be the ambassador for all sorts of charities going all over the world and doing good things.
“However, none of that has anything to do with me or my country. Has nothing to do with Britain, has nothing to do with his role in the Royal Family.
“Quite frankly Prince Harry, if you want to be a philanthropist, if you want to be a freelance charity merchant, by all means, do so, do not expect the British public to fund it, it is as simple as that.”
Prince Harry earlier this month called for a ban on survival game Fortnite during an explosive attack online games which he claimed were too “addictive”.
The Duke of Sussex made the remark during a visit to the YMCA in West London where he claimed that social media is “more addictive than drugs and alcohol”.
Discussing social media, the Prince said: “It’s more dangerous because it’s normalised and there are no restrictions to it. We are in a mind-altering time.
“Without that human connection, when you do have a problem you have nowhere to go, the only place you might go is online and you will probably end up getting bullied.”
The Duke of Sussex was commenting with his wife, Meghan, who has been ruthlessly trolled on Twitter over the past year.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex opened their official Instagram account earlier this month and now have over four million followers.
On April 2, the official account posted: “Welcome to our official Instagram; we look forward to sharing the work that drives us, the causes we support, important announcements, and the opportunity to shine a light on key issues. We thank you for your support, and welcome you to @sussexroyal.”- Harry & Meghan”.