Call yourself a man of the people Prince Harry?
This is a comment piece by Ulrika Jonsson
OH dear, Harry. It might be increasingly cold, lonely and alienating sitting up there, aloft your moral high horse.
As you trot through fields of gold and enlightenment leading you to the promised land of endorsements and brand representation, pausing occasionally to look down on us mere mortals and share with us crumbs of your privileged wisdom.
But you must still feel cock-a-hoop. What a grand life you must have.
But your latest words of advice have fallen well short of someone who hoped to be a man of the people.
Advising people stuck in jobs that don’t bring them joy to quit is not just careless and foolhardy but yet another sign of how utterly disconnected you are from reality.
My disappointment is palpable. Of all the royals, you always showed glimmers of humility and vulnerability. And your acceptance of a fluctuating mental health endeared you to me.
However, hearing from an Eton-educated, elitist and advantaged man, speaking from his £11million mansion in California, that “leaving work should be celebrated”, is unforgivably irresponsible.
Harry, you’re so out of touch. You are so detached and muddled that it would be funny if it wasn’t so worrying.