When Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s purported friend Omid Scobie made things worse for them with his book Endgame, they were already having financial difficulties.
Because he attacked the Royal family in his book and gave many people the impression that the pair was involved in the development of Endgame, the royal author “damaged” the “prestige” of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
Author and royal specialist Gareth Russell discussed the subject with GB News, saying that the controversial book “came at quite a bad time for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.”
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referring to a piece published in The Hollywood Reporter that called Harry and Meghan “the two of the biggest losers”
In terms of attracting attention, support, or donations to Archewell, he continued, “to be listed as one of the most prominent losers in the showbiz industry of 2023 will have done them no favors.” “That is all connected to the world of celebrities.”
The specialist went on, “Endgame arrived at a really unfortunate moment for them. They would have been better off, in my opinion, if they had abandoned the story.
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“Because their attacks on the Royal Family, whether direct or indirect, are the only occasions when they truly make headlines.”
“It’s obvious that it’s failing to arouse public compassion. Nevertheless, there was tremendous public interest in them and a great deal of public sympathy for them. And that’s still a ways off.”