‘Ignore Harry and Meghan!’ British public urged to take simple step to end Megxit row

Prince Harry: Expert on Charles' 'dignified silence' over claims

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex sent shockwaves throughout the Royal Family after making several explosive claims against them during a bombshell interview with chat show host Oprah Winfrey. Last month, Prince Harry returned to the UK for the first time since moving to the US with Meghan and his son Archie for the funeral of his grandfather Prince Philip. But any hopes of a reconciliation between Harry and his family members appears to have been destroyed, with the prince continuing to take ferocious swipes at the Royal Family.

Conservative MP for Romford in London and Royal Family enthusiast Andrew Rosindell has warned the Sussexes the British public “recognise attention seeking when they see it”.

He has tipped the public to end the Megxit crisis forever by ignoring Meghan and Harry and taking away the public platform on which they can make further claims.

Mr Rosindell told Express.co.uk: “The Duke of Sussex’s claims against the Royal Family have become increasingly unhinged and desperate in recent weeks.

“It is hardly worth dignifying each one with a response when they are clearly designed as desperate appeals for attention.

“The British public recognise attention seeking when they see it.

“I hope that the response of the British public will be as it should: to simply ignore Harry and Meghan and starve them of the oxygen they seem to desperately seek.”

The Tory MP has also questioned whether Harry can ever be welcomed back with open arms by the British public following his string of outbursts against the Royal Family.

When asked if there was “any way back for Harry”, Mr Rosindell admitted: “It would be difficult, given the affection the country had until very recently, to say definitively that there is no way back.

“It would be sad to think there is no way back.”

Harry’s new five-part documentary series ‘The Me You Can’t See’, focused on mental health which the prince has co-produced, was released in its entirety last week on Apple TV.

It included large segments of Harry in conversation with Oprah Winfrey, as well as footage of a young duke at Princess Diana’s funeral.

But Harry accused the Royal Family of treating Meghan with “total neglect” when she felt suicidal and claimed they had felt “bullied into silence”.

He said: “I felt completely helpless. I thought my family would help – but every single ask, request, warning, whatever it is, just got met with total silence or total neglect.”

Last month, the Duke of Sussex also appeared to question the parenting of his father Prince Charles.

Speaking during the Armchair Expert podcast, he said he would “break the cycle” of “genetic pain and suffering” for the sake of his own children.

Harry said of his father Charles: “He’s treated me the way he was treated, so how can I change that for my own kids?”

In March, the Sussexes made a series of bombshell allegations about the Royal Family during a controversial interview with Winfrey.

The Duke and Duchess also accused an unnamed royal, not the Queen or her late husband Prince Philip, of voicing concerns about how dark their son Archie’s skin tone would be before he was born.

Meghan also told the chat show host she asked for help when she was suicidal but claimed the Royal Family gave her no support.

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