Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are expected to have something positive to say about the royal family as they use titles for their children, which have been criticized for months.
Discussing the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s decision to invite their children, Prince Archie Harrison and Princess Lilibeth Diana stepped forward, with royal correspondent Jack Royston giving the duo an “antidote” to the nastiness.
Royston said the California royal couple’s “mutual olive branch” could be useful in winning over Americans.
“I think it’s a good sign. You can interpret it as an olive branch, such an act of disinheritance was not done to Archie and Lilibeth,” he said.
“Of course, they are not safe, but they are now a prince and princess,” added the expert. Royal Report.
“I wonder if Harry and Meghan’s mutual olive branch will help ease the fatigue the American public feels about the negative aspects of Harry and Meghan?”
“In other words, if it’s a good and positive thing for them to be given these titles, if it’s something positive enough that you want to make it public, then doesn’t it make sense to talk about it?” anything positive about it?
“For example, to explain why you chose to use names?” Royston: “I think it’s just an opportunity to say something positive, to give the other side of the story, a different story beyond the negative.”