…By Judah Olanisebee for TDPel Media.
Prince Harry’s High Court trial against Mirror Group Newspapers has sparked warnings that he is “opening up a hornets’ nest.”
As the first senior member of the Royal Family to be questioned in court since 1891, Harry is alleging that the newspaper group unlawfully obtained information.
In his witness statement, he referenced a 2003 article that divulged details of a disagreement between him and Prince William, where Harry referred to Princess Diana’s former butler, Paul Burrell, in derogatory terms.
Former Royal Butler Grant Harrold, speaking on GB News, cautioned Harry about potential retaliation following the revelations made in his statement.
Harrold expressed his belief that people who hear such things being said about them might respond with their own statements.
He emphasized that this situation has opened up a figurative hornet’s nest, advising Harry against pursuing this course of action.
Harrold also mentioned that he previously suggested that Harry and his wife should continue leading their private lives in the United States, as it is not customary for a member of the royal family to testify in court.
The ongoing trial between Prince Harry and Mirror Group Newspapers has garnered attention and raised concerns about the potential consequences of Harry’s statements.
Grant Harrold, a former Royal Butler, warns of a possible backlash from individuals who may feel compelled to respond to the revelations made by Harry in his witness statement.
Harrold highlights the rarity of a royal family member testifying in court, suggesting that it goes against established traditions and expectations.
The commentary underscores the delicate nature of the situation and the potential implications it may have for all parties involved.
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