Australian Sunrise star hopes ‘never to hear from Harry and Meghan again’

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Prince Harry will reportedly receive a tidy sum of $ 50 million on the estate of his grandfather, Prince Philip, despite his recent ‘truth bomb’ attacks on the royal family.

And while discussing the news on the Australian breakfast show sunrise on Friday, commentator Samantha Brett certainly did not hesitate to give her opinion on the outspoken Duke of Sussex.

Samantha said that while the Duke of Edinburgh would likely have been ‘proud’ of his grandson for ‘standing up’ for himself, she hopes the windfall will make her never hear from Harry or his wife, Meghan Markle, ever again.

Speaking of which, an Australian TV host has said she hopes to ‘never hear from Harry and Meghan again’ amid allegations that the Duke of Sussex will receive a tidy sum of $ 50 million from his grandfather, Prince Philip’s estate. . Pictured: Harry and Meghan during their interview with Oprah Winfrey in March

“I’m curious about all the news reports about calling Prince Harry” a rogue royal “… as if we didn’t know that all along,” Samantha began.

Prince Philip knew that all along. I think he would be proud if Harry stood up for what he believes in. ‘

Samantha, who works as a news reporter for Channel Seven, then shared her own opinion about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex – which was by no means positive.

Not a fan: Samantha Brett (right) said that while the Duke of Edinburgh would likely have been 'proud' of his grandson for 'standing up for himself', she hopes the windfall will never make them feel anything from Harry or his wife, Meghan Markle , again

Not a fan: Samantha Brett (right) said that while the Duke of Edinburgh would likely have been ‘proud’ of his grandson for ‘standing up for himself’, she hopes the windfall will never make them feel anything from Harry or his wife, Meghan Markle , again

“I hope this means we won’t hear from them, Harry and Meghan, in the media again,” she said.

A royal source has claimed that while most of Prince Philip’s £ 30 million (AUD $ 50 million) estate has gone to the Queen, the money for his grandchildren has been “ settled a while ago. ”

This means that Harry could receive some cash despite launching a series of fierce attacks on the royal family in his ‘truth bomb’ interviews in recent months.

On the headlines: 'Prince Philip knew that all along.  I think he would be proud if Harry stood up for what he believes in, ”said Samantha.  'I hope this means that we will not hear from them, Harry and Meghan, in the media'

On the headlines: ‘Prince Philip knew that all along. I think he would be proud if Harry stood up for what he believes in, ”said Samantha. ‘I hope this means that we will not hear from them, Harry and Meghan, in the media’

Philip wasn’t the kind of character to punish a grandson [Harry] for misconduct. He was a very honest, balanced and nice man. Never had a grudge, ” a source told Buckingham Palace The sun newspaper.

It comes after Harry and Oprah Winfrey – the Sussex’s biggest cheerleader in the American media – reunited for an Apple TV + documentary series about mental health.

The Duke speaks to Oprah and other celebrities on the program entitled The Me You Can’t See: A Path Forward.

Estate: A royal source has claimed that while most of Prince Philip's estate (pictured) has gone to the Queen's £ 30 million (AUD $ 50 million), the money for his grandchildren has 'been arranged a while ago'.  This means that Harry could receive some cash despite launching a series of fierce attacks on the royal family in his 'truth bomb' interviews in recent months.

Estate: A royal source has claimed that while most of Prince Philip’s estate (pictured) has gone to the Queen’s £ 30 million (AUD $ 50 million), the money for his grandchildren has ‘been arranged a while ago’. This means that Harry could receive some cash despite launching a series of fierce attacks on the royal family in his ‘truth bomb’ interviews in recent months.

Balanced: 'Philip wasn't the kind of character to punish a grandson [Harry] for misconduct.  He was a very honest, balanced and nice man.  Never held a grudge, 'a Buckingham Palace source told The Sun.

Balanced: ‘Philip wasn’t the kind of character to punish a grandson [Harry] for misconduct. He was a very honest, balanced and nice man. Never held a grudge, ‘a Buckingham Palace source told The Sun.

In the documentary, Harry spoke about the trauma of the death of his mother, Princess Diana, his concern for his wife Meghan, and the reaction of other royals.

Harry had accused the royal family of racism during an earlier interview with Oprah in March and later suggested in a podcast interview that the Queen and Philip had failed as parents.

The Duke’s future relationship with his father Prince Charles, brother Prince William and the rest of the Windsors has been called into question after his repeated criticisms of them.

'Truth Bombs': It comes after Harry and Oprah Winfrey - Sussex's biggest cheerleader in the US media - reunite for an Apple TV + documentary series on mental health

‘Truth Bombs’: It comes after Harry and Oprah Winfrey – Sussex’s biggest cheerleader in the US media – reunite for an Apple TV + documentary series on mental health

He criticized Charles for expecting his sons to endure the pressures of royal life, and accused his family of “ total neglect ” when his wife became suicidal amid social media harassment.

Harry also revealed that he turned to drink and drugs as he dealt with the trauma of his mother’s death in later life.

The Me You Can’t See: A Path Forward will stream on Apple TV + on May 28

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