Prince Harry, 36, delivered a speech blaming “masses of misinformation” for vaccine hesitancy and calling for jabs to be given to poorer countries. The Duke of Sussex made a surprise virtual appearance at the star-studded ceremony. But royal commentator Molly Mulshine questioned Harry’s appearance as she claimed he looked “tired”.
Speaking on Us Weekly’s Royally Us, Ms Mulshine said: “I thought he looked a little out of it in his video.”
Commentator Christina Garibaldi added: “He did look a little tired.
“They do have a newborn so maybe he’s just not getting much sleep.”
Ms Mulshine continued: “His postrue was not great; little bit of a wrinkled shirt.
“It looked like my dad’s tuxedo which is from a yard sale.
“But like you said newborn, two kids, it’s rough over there in Montecito.
“He just seemed a little tired.”
Her comments come after Nigel Farage claimed there is a lack on interest in Harry’s upcoming memoir.
Speaking on GB News, Mr Farage said: “It’s done some damage but I do sense a change.
“The polls recently, when people were asked about whether they were interested in buying or reading the new book, a vast majority were utterly and completely disinterested.
“I think that’s where we’re going with it.
“Most people I know don’t want to hear another word from them ever again.
“Ultimately, they are discrediting themselves. They are doing it rapidly in this country, it’s beginning to happen in the USA as well where they’re nowhere near as popular as they were before.
“Short-term they’ve hurt the Monarchy. Longer term I don’t think they’re going to make any difference.”
His comments come as the royal couple were left off Barack Obama’s birthday party guest list last month – a move which the royals “won’t get over, royal expert Angela Levin has claimed.
Camilla Tominey, associate editor of the Telegraph, has claimed the Sussexes interview with Oprah Winfrey has “not gone down well” with the former US President and First Lady who always “put family first”.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK