Prince Harry and Meghan Markle want to ‘win the war’ but not in the UK

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle want to ‘win the war’ but not in the UK

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are gradually withdrawing their influence from the UK, says an expert.

Brand and reputation management specialist Eric Schiffer predicts that the Sussexes and their new strategy will stay out of popularity in the UK.

Mr Schiffer told Express.co.uk: “Meghan and Harry’s strategy is to be seen as the royal couple of the world, not just England, and to connect better on an emotional level and on a relationship level. values ​​with young people of all races and genders around the world.

“And they are winning this war – but not at home, not in the UK.

“I think in the UK they lose but it’s not their battleground.

“They don’t mind giving up the UK, they are focused on the world.

“And in the process, they gain soft power,” he concludes.

Mr Schiffer’s comments come after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were invited to the NAACP Image Awards for their efforts “in recognition of special achievement and distinguished public service”.

The couple received the President’s Award for their efforts with Archewell and other charities.

Prince Harry said: “I think it’s safe to say that I come from a very different background than my amazing wife.

“Yet our lives were brought together for a reason.

“We share a commitment to a life of service, a responsibility to face injustice, and a belief that those most often overlooked are the most important to listen to.”

She said: “I couldn’t be prouder that we’re doing this work together.

“We moved to California, my home state, shortly before the murder of George Floyd, and for black America, those nine minutes and 29 seconds transcended time, summoning centuries of our unhealed wounds.

“In the months that followed, as my husband and I spoke with the civil rights community, we and our organization Archewell pledged to enlighten those who advance racial justice and progress.”

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