Prince Harry’s most recent statements about the work have brought him much criticism. The British press lashed out at Princess Diana’s son, who offered advice that was not well received.
The Duke of Sussex participated in an interview where he spoke from his new position as a director at Better Up, a mental health company based in California, everything was going well until the prince decided to talk about “resigning from the job”.
Meghan Markle’s husband invited people who feel “stuck in jobs that don’t bring them joy” to leave them and added that quitting them is cause for “celebration.”
His statements were not well received especially in the context of the pandemic as thousands of people have lost their jobs due to the crisis that forced many companies to close their doors.
For the British press, Prince William’s brother “lives in the clouds”, because, although many people would like to leave their jobs, the truth is that they must remain in them in order to support their families.
The Daily Mail picked up some of the comments against Prince Harry and the one that was repeated the most was: “Not everyone has £30 million in the bank.”