Harry ‘overshadows’ William’s Earthshot Awards AGAIN with cringe video… after stealing limelight with Netflix release | The Sun

PRINCE Harry "overshadowed" Prince William's Earthshot Awards again after previously stealing the limelight with his Netflix release, a royal expert has said.

The Duke of Sussex, 39, filmed the footage at his £12million home in Montecito, California.

Harry recorded the speech for a Stand Up for Heroes comedy event raising funds for US veterans.

Harry happened to release the video moments before his dad King Charles gave his historic first King's Speech at Parliament – and as Prince William arrived in Singapore for the Earthshot Prize.

During the gag-filled video, Harry joked about ginger people like him being an "endangered species".

And royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams suggested Harry's video has "overshadowed" his father and brother.

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Speaking exclusively to The Sun he said: "For years the Sussexes have famously gone rogue in this department.

"He should not be doing this at the same time as his brother at the Earthshot Prize and his father's historical speech."

The royal expert continued: "Joking about gingers and standing up for heroes is splendid but the timing is deplorable.

"No one could possibly argue with the sentiments expressed.

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"He has done a great deal for veterans including the Invictus Games – but the timing is no accident because the Sussexes know what they are doing.

"The impression it gives is that he is definitely making a splash to gain attention."

Mr Fitzwilliams believes the breakdown in trust between Harry and his family shows no sign of healing.

He added: "Trust is at the core of the complete breakdown between his father and brother and the deep rift remains."

"The Sussexes refuse to handle affairs so they don't overshadow other royals in their endeavours.

"This is sad as it is a particularly pivotal week, armistice day, ceremony on Sunday.

"It appears he is doing something to be seen while his father is having his historic moment doing an address as King.

"His brother is in Singapore and Harry seems to want a piece of the action so to speak."

Mr Fitzwilliams compared Harry's actions to the release of the Sussexes' incendiary Netflix trailer in December last year.

Harry and Meghan reignited their war on William and Kate while they were touring Boston in 2022.

Royal aides believe they “deliberately” timed its release to ambush the Prince and Princess of Wales during their major visit to the US.

Mr Fitzwilliams added: "One of the things the Sussexes have specialised in is doing their own thing at their own time. The Netflix trailer in December is simply another example of it.

"They don't cooperate with the normal way the royal family seems to operate – the others do not steal their thunder but they just do their own thing and they are predictable.

"This appears to be a clear example, however worthy the cause is, of taking away the enormous interest in Charles and William.

"Harry knows if he is present that anything will garner interest as he has not appeared a lot recently – the timing is no coincidence."

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The Sun's Royal Editor Matt Wilkson posted on X: "Interesting choice of timing to drop online Harry’s video for Stand Up for Heroes….

"Appears just as his brother arrives at Earthshot Prize in Singapore and his father is at State Opening of Parliament in London."

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