They’re used to for criticising the Royal Family
Sussexes seemed to make an elusive dig at the Royal Family in the recent statement.
This week, Prince Harry and Meghan shared a message on their Archewell website.
The couple advised their fans to be “compassionate” and pay attention to others with “open ears” – somewhat they appeared to say they didn’t get with the royals.
Sussex said: “Our mission at Archewell is to drive systemic, cultural change — one act of compassion at a time.
“We believe that compassion is at the core of all culture and connection in this world.
“It shows up in all of our interactions with people and enriches our lives and the lives of those around us.”
They continued: “To us, compassion means more than the dictionary definition, it means listening with open ears to the suffering and celebrations of communities and people beyond ourselves.
“It means taking the time to understand their perspectives, experiences, and needs based on what they say, rather than assuming what they need.
“It means uplifting diverse voices and giving a platform to people to share their stories, it means taking that newfound understanding and empathy and channeling it into action for people who need it the most.”
The couple said: “Each time someone conducts an act of compassion — whether it’s mentoring a young woman or holding space for someone having a difficult day — our world becomes a better place.
“Compassion is at the core of everything we do. We hope you’ll join us in building a better world, one act of compassion at a time.”
Some royal fans expressed their views on Twitter, as one said: “Never-ending trouble these two.”
Another added: “It’s a shame they can’t show compassion!!!!”
In the interim, Sussex made unpleasant claims about the royals a few times since quitting from royal life.
In March, the couple appeared in Oprah Winfrey for a bombshell interview explaining their decision to quit their senior royal roles.
While in an interview, Harry revealed that his family ‘cut him off’ fiscally when they left the UK.
The entertainmentdaily stated, “Harry then criticised his father Prince Charles ‘parenting in a podcast interview, and accused the royals of ‘neglect’ when it came to discussing his mental health problems in a series about the topic.”