Royal expert emphasizes the need for apologies
Prince Harry must realize the importance of apologizing to both his father, King Charles, and his brother, Prince William, according to royal expert Robert Jobson. However, Jobson expresses doubt that the embattled prince will actually offer an apology.
Responsibility and maturity
Jobson urges Prince Harry to take responsibility for his actions and put an end to seeking cheap publicity. He emphasizes that the prince doesn't have to engage in royal duties, but rather, he should act responsibly and avoid unnecessary controversy.
Jobson suggests that any apologies between the royal family members should occur in private. He believes that Prince Harry owes his father and brother apologies and that if he desires an apology from William, it should also be done privately. However, Jobson acknowledges the possibility of any private apologies being leaked to the public.
Maturely handling their father's role
Jobson delves into the need for both Prince William and Prince Harry to "grow up" and support their father, King Charles. He emphasizes that they should put an end to their rift and stop seeking cheap publicity. Jobson highlights the importance of acknowledging their father's mortality and the responsibility they have to care for him.
No abdication for King Charles
Contrary to speculation, Jobson asserts that King Charles will never abdicate the throne in favor of Prince William. He explains that there are provisions in place for a regency, eliminating the need for abdication.
In conclusion, Jobson calls for private apologies, maturity, and support for King Charles from both Prince Harry and Prince William. He underscores the significance of growing up and moving beyond their roles as "Diana's boys."
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