Ben Shephard slams Prince Harry on GMB This Morning


Good Morning Britain presenter Ben Shephard slammed Prince Harry in his last podcast interview.

Good Morning Britain presenter Ben Shephard slammed Prince Harry in his last podcast interview, UK media reported. Shephard accused Harry of once again ‘pointing fingers’ at his father, Prince Charles, and suggested it was not the right time ‘just a few weeks after he buried his father’ this morning, May 14.

The comments follow a podcast interview with Dax Shepard and the Duke of Sussex in which he described his sanity and royal life as “a mix between The Truman Show and being in a zoo”.

Discussing Harry’s comments on GMB, presenter Kate Garraway said: “He put the cat among the pigeons.

“It’s strange, isn’t it?” Do you know the one thing that I mostly heard – a young father, “she continued,” A young father trying to do his best for his family and feeling the pain himself, feeling the pain that you can see with his family.

“And do that thing you do when you’re a young dad, like, ‘I’m not going to do the same thing my parents did, I’m going to do things differently.’ And I just wonder what it would be like to talk to him in five years.

However, Shephard wasn’t that sympathetic, saying, “And look back and think about what he did. I mean, when you start with “I don’t want to point fingers” and immediately point your finger! It really is… “

Kate interrupted him, “Does he mean point fingers?” I don’t know if he is doing it intentionally. The repercussions would be that it’s certainly considered that way as Prince Charles.

“Because you’re going to be thinking, ‘Wait, I did my best, which I thought was right – just like you say you do what you think is right.'”

“But we’ve all been there as young parents,” Shephard said.

“What am I going to do? I’m going to take the best pieces my parents made and take the pieces that I didn’t like as much as a growing child.

He continued, “He’s been a parent for five minutes, which he does by talking about being a parent, telling people – that’s what I find really, really difficult.

“What we really liked about Harry was that he was so normal and down to earth and something happened. His father buried his own father just a few weeks ago! I can’t imagine how incredibly difficult it was for the whole family.



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