Prince Harry was just issued a scathing warning by radio host Mike Graham. The latter said that the British people shouldn’t be forced to fund all of the Duke of Sussex’s efforts.

While speaking on talkRADIO show, Graham also said that Prince Harry is starting to get on his nerves because the British public is being forced to pay the bill for Meghan Markle’s husband to be a freelance charity merchant. He also stressed the fact that some people are not fans of the royal family.

“I am somewhere in the middle,” he said. “I am a big fan of the Queen, I think she had done a remarkable job over the decades she has been our sovereign, I think she has been incredibly smart, incredibly tolerant. I think she has been a very, very good thing for this country,” Graham added.

However, the radio host said that he cannot say the same thing about Prince Charles or Prince William. However, it is the Duke of Sussex who is starting to grind his gears and get on his nerves.

“After all, it was only a few short years ago he was parading around with his backside hanging out over in Las Vegas with a load of strippers,” he said. “Now apparently, he has been reincarnated as Saint Harry. He likes to go around running the Invictus Games, which is a very good cause and a wonderful thing to do.”

Graham said that a lot of people have been reminding him that Prince Harry also served his time in Afghanistan and said that he has no arguments about that. He also doesn’t mind the fact that Prince Harry teamed up with Oprah Winfrey for an upcoming docu-series.

The radio host also said that he doesn’t mind if the Duke of Sussex wants to be the ambassador of various charities around the world and do good things. However, none of these things have to do with Graham or his country, which is the United Kingdom.

“Quite frankly, Prince Harry, if you want to be a philanthropist, if you want to be a freelance charity merchant, by all means, do so, do not expect the British public to fund it, it is as simple as that,” he concluded.

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