Royal fans begged the Duke of Sussex to ‘get a haircut’ after many were shocked by his ‘screwed’ swab and ‘fuzzy’ beard during his performance yesterday at the UN in New York.
Prince Harry, 37, who currently lives in his $ 14 million mansion California have stepped back from royal duty, waded in American politics when he blew the ‘rollback of constitutional rights’ during his keynote speech at the UN General Assembly for Nelson Mandela Day.
However, it was his appearance that shocked many royal fans, who were critical of his messy ginger curls and long facial hair.
Posting op Twitterone commented: ‘I wish Harry had a decent haircut, he always looks dirty.
Royal fans pleaded with the Duke of Sussex, 37, to ‘get a haircut’ after many were left baffled by his ‘shy’ mop and ‘fuzzy’ beard during his performance at the UN in New York yesterday
Prince Harry’s unkempt hair and curly outfit caught the attention of many followers at the UN yesterday
‘I find Meghan’s dress very up and down, but she looked very elegant today and this was a good look for her.’
Meanwhile, another wrote: ‘Harry looks excited again. Why does he always look crippled and shocked? ‘
A third added: ‘I think Harry’s biggest crime is that haircut. Who’s trying to be crazy?
‘Shave your head, dude, no matter what you say, no one will take you seriously as a homeless clown.’
Many royal fans took to Twitter to beg the Duke of Sussex to “get a decent haircut” and “a beard trim”
Another commented: ‘Harry needs a professional haircut and beard trimming. Better yet, shave off all that nasty fuzz. ‘
One added: ‘Nobody looks happy and Harry looks shocked.
‘It’s 90 degrees and humid in NYC, but of course Meghan Markle is dressed for the wrong season. I wonder if she paid for her shoes. ‘
The duke’s relaxed appearance was a stark contrast to his keynote address at the UN General Assembly, in which he upheld the Supreme Court’s decision on Roe v. Wade reversed as a ‘global attack on democracy and freedom’.
The duke’s relaxed appearance was in stark contrast to his keynote speech at the UN General Assembly, in which he rejected the Supreme Court’s decision on Roe v. Wade reversed as a ‘global attack on democracy and freedom’ blaze.
Despite the event that was meant to celebrate Nelson Mandela Day, the Prince launched an attack on American politics during his keynote address.
He said: ‘This has been a painful year in a painful decade. We live through a pandemic that continues to destroy communities in every corner of the globe.
‘Climate change has devastated our planet with the most vulnerable suffering of all. The few armed lies and disinformation at the expense of many.
“And from the terrible war in Ukraine to the reversal of constitutional law in the US, we are witnessing a worldwide attack on democracy and freedom, the cause of Mandela’s life.”
The couple seemed in good spirits at the event, with Meghan smiling from ear to her husband
Harry also blew up the ‘rollback of constitutional rights’ and criticized SCOTUS for its decision to remove federal protections for abortion.
The remarks, heard by a United Nations House of Commons on Monday morning, were the last broad page of American politics.
They followed Meghan’s recent comments to Vogue magazine, in which she, in addition to the famous feminist icon Gloria Steinem, urged men to be ‘vocal’ with their anger over the decision to turn Roe around.
Steinem, who was spotted with the Duchess earlier Monday, recruited Meghan in her fight to get Congress to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment – a proposed amendment to the United States Constitution designed for equal legal rights to guarantee for all American citizens, regardless of sex.
Despite the event intended to celebrate Nelson Mandela Day, the Prince launched an attack on American politics during his keynote speech
Monday was not the first time the Duke and Duchess of Sussex waded into American politics, and found themselves in hot water after commenting on the U.S. election.
During a Time 100 video in September 2020, they called on American voters to ‘reject hate speech, misinformation and online negativity’ in ‘the most important election of our lives’.
Members of the royal family should be politically neutral, when they returned from their roles, the Sussex promised that “everything they do will preserve the values of Her Majesty”.
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