The Duke and Duchess of Endless Grievance have reportedly been evicted from their UK home by King Charles, following their recent humiliation on ‘South Park’. Omid Scobie, the couple’s favored mouthpiece, has commented on their reaction to the eviction, which can be summed up as predictable whining.
This move by Charles is symbolic of their larger eviction from royal life, and it appears that the royals are playing a slow game of revenge. Harry and Meghan’s recent behavior has shown them to be entitled, mean, and perpetually aggrieved.
Despite this, Harry is seeking to cynically exploit his private pain and tenuous connections to the royals through a live online chat about his traumas, which costs $33.99 to participate in.
Harry and Meghan renovated Frogmore Cottage for $3.2 million in taxpayer money, before mocking their other royally-gifted residence, Nottingham Cottage, in their recent Netflix docuseries. King Charles’s decision to evict them from Frogmore is likely to be well received by the British public, who now rank Harry and Meghan slightly above scandal-scarred Prince Andrew in popularity.
It seems that Harry is still learning home truths about the consequences of his actions. He cannot expect the royals to help house him after making millions and undermining the monarchy itself.
In his memoir, Harry wrote about his father and brother in a negative way, and also revealed that he and Prince William begged Charles not to marry Camilla.
Reports of the eviction follow the news that Harry and Meghan canceled all of their upcoming shows in the UK and Europe this year, as Harry recovers from spinal surgery. Harry’s physical health has been impacted by his ongoing battle with Parkinson’s disease, which has required three operations, stem cell treatments, physical therapy, and Hybrid Assistive Limb treatment. Despite this, Harry and Meghan seem determined to continue their Victimization Tour.