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Danniella Westbrook fumes royals treated Prince Harry 'as second class citizen' at funeral
She commented that the Royal Family should show sympathy to Harry "after all he's been through" following the death of his mum, Princess Diana.Danniella said on Twitter: “Poor prince Harry my heart breaks for that kid, not allowed his uniform or to salute…“Cant they just b****y let it go, his then king's son and it’s gran's funeral as well hate seeing him being treated like a second class citizen after all he's been through with losing his mother."(sic)Queen Elizabeth II was saluted twice during the service. The first time was outside Westminster Abbey, while the second was before her coffin was taken from Wellington Arch to Windsor. Andrew and Harry kept their hands to their sides while King Charles III and the Duke of Sussex's brother Prince William saluted the late Queen. A Royal expert has since commented on the treatment of Harry and Meghan Markle at the funeral, and said that he thinks the pair will return to America “fuming” over their poor reception. Expert Tom Bower said, speaking to GB News: “I thought the whole way the rest of the Royal Family treated Meghan and Harry today showed that they had very little sympathy towards them. “And, in return, Meghan and Harry looked quite angry that they were not being treated with the respect they think they deserve. “They are going to go back to Montecito fuming and the autobiography [of Prince Harry] will soon be dug out and released. “I would have loved to have known what Sophie Wessex said to Meghan Markle as they drove in the limousine between Westminster Hall and the church.” Following the death of the Queen, Prince Harry and Meghan, alongside Prince William and Kate, appeared outside Windsor Castle to greet wellwishers and see people’s tributes to the late
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Danniella Westbrook 'hates' seeing Harry treated like 'second class citizen' at funeral
Danniella Westbrook has said her "heart breaks" at the sight of Prince Harry appearing in a morning suit instead of a military uniform and not being able to salute at the Queen's funeral. The TV star, 48, who played Sam Mitchell in the BBC soap opera, tweeted during the state funeral for Elizabeth II that she felt Her Majesty's grandson had been treated badly.She pointed out that Prince Harry was the son of the now Charles III and had already suffered following the death of his mother, Diana, Princess of Wales, following a car crash in Paris in 1997. READ MORE: 'Fuming' Queen's funeral guest 'snubbed' over handshake at Westminster Abbey He and Prince Andrew were both unable to salute the Queen Elizabeth II's coffin during the official burial ceremony since they are no longer working royals.Danniella said: "Poor prince harry my heart breaks for that kid, not allowed his uniform or to salute… cant they just bloody let it go, his then king's son and it’s gran's funeral as well hate seeing him being treated like a second class citizen after all his been through with losing his mother."The Queen was saluted twice, once outside Westminster Abbey and before her coffin was taken from Wellington Arch in the centre of London to Windsor, with the King leading his family and numerous military personnel in both salutes.Meanwhile the Dukes of Sussex and York were not allowed to salute because it is a tradition and a duty that is only performed by people who are in uniform. For more of the latest showbiz news from Daily Star, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here. The King granted both princes special permission to stand guard around the Queen's coffin in their uniforms while it lay in state in Westminster Hall last
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