Prince Harry has angered royal followers over his alternative to keep up silence about BBC’s probe into the Panorama interview with Princess Diana.
The Duke of Sussex has been slammed by royal household devotees, asking him to ‘man up’ and be ‘shoulder to shoulder’ together with his brother, Prince William, who welcomed the publication’s inquiry earlier this week.
Harry, who’s but to touch upon the matter publicly, has irked eagle-eyed followers and royal consultants alike for his silence.
Speaking on the matter, Ingrid Seward, editor-in-chief of Majesty Magazine, instructed the Sun, “He is often so eager on letting his opinions be recognized — why hasn’t he completed so on this case and stood by his brother to share the accountability.
“It is odd he hasn’t spoken out concerning the BBC and Bashir case as he has been talking out quite a bit about different issues not too long ago.
“Harry should really man up and forget the fallout with his brother. They should be standing shoulder to shoulder on this one,” Seward added.
Meanwhile, William has been in touch with BBC over investigation into whether or not Martin Bashir used illegal means for interviewing Diana.
The fiasco began when her brother, Earl Spencer, alleged that Martin scored the Panorama interview with Diana by displaying her ‘solid financial institution paperwork.’