“HYPOCRITICAL” Prince Harry is “on a private plane every five minutes” and “no one knows what Meghan does”, an expert has blasted.

‘Hypocritical’ Prince Harry is ‘on a private plane every 5 minutes’ and ‘no one knows what Meghan does’, blasts expert

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“HYPOCRITICAL” Prince Harry is “on a private plane every five minutes” and “no one knows what Meghan does”, an expert has blasted.

Author Ingrid Seward blasted the couple after they set up Sussex.com to replace their Archewell.com website.

Prince Harry takes private jets 'every five minutes', Ingrid Seward says


Prince Harry takes private jets ‘every five minutes’, Ingrid Seward saysCredit: Getty – Pool

The couple's new website describes Harry as an 'environmental campaigner'

The couple’s new website describes Harry as an ‘environmental campaigner’

The couple at a Bob Skeleton training session in Whistler yesterday

The couple at a Bob Skeleton training session in Whistler yesterdayCredit: James Whatling

The couple reportedly took a private jet to Vancouver this week

The couple reportedly took a private jet to Vancouver this weekCredit: Getty

Ingrid Seward says 'no one knows' what Meghan does

Ingrid Seward says ‘no one knows’ what Meghan doesCredit: Getty
It comes after Harry will take part in a bombshell interview airing today to discuss King Charles’ cancer diagnosis, his life in California and the possibility of becoming a US citizen.

The new website describes Harry as a passionate “environmental campaigner”.

But speaking on The Sun’s Royal Exclusive show, Seward said the couple keep “rebranding” themselves without actually changing.

She said: “They’re using a coat of arms which is actually Meghan’s coat of arms. Even that’s wrong.

“If you are the son of the King, you have three points on your coronet but if you’re the grandson you have five.

“Tiny thing, but people have picked up on it.

“I just find the whole thing incredibly hypocritical. They keep rebranding themselves.

“And yet there they are – they’re the same.

“He’s an environmentalist on a private plane every five minutes. Nobody even knows what Meghan does.

“If you ask people in the street, they don’t know.”

Page Six reports that Harry and Meghan took a free private jet ride to Vancouver to mark one year until the 2025 Invictus Games.

The couple were reportedly “guests” on a 0-seat Bombardier Challenger 605 chartered by a local private aviation company.

Harry has used private jets for most flights since marrying Meghan – despite claiming to travel commercial “99 per cent” of the time.

In 2019 Harry even flew to a climate change summit on the Italian island of Sicily – where he gave a speech about man-made global warming before staying on a superyacht.

Seward also slammed “hypocrite” Prince Harry’s “awful” timing after he launched a website while Charles is having treatment and Kate is recovering.

Harry and Meghan have set up Sussex.com to replace their Archewell.com website.

Seward said: “Their timing is always really bad. But obviously they’ve done it now because they’re going to Canada to promote the Invictus Games.

“So they really want to promote themselves – that’s why they’ve released it now.

“But they should have thought – well, Harry should have thought – it’s not great,.

“Dad’s just having this treatment, my sister-in-law has just had surgery.

“Maybe we should wait a month or two – but they don’t think like that. I think they just think about themselves.”

ANALYSIS: Harry and Meghan’s private jet addiction

ECO-WARRIORS Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle regularly choose the luxury of private jets over saving the planet, Sun analysis suggests.

Meghan hitched a ride on a pal’s private jet from Toronto in Canada to Montego Bay in Jamaica in March 2017.

There she met Harry, who was celebrating the marriage of his “wingman” pal Tom “Skippy” Inskip at an exclusive resort.

Prior to their wedding in Windsor, the couple flew to George and Amal Clooney’s holiday pad on Lake Como in Italy in August 2018.

Even though it is possible to take the train from Britain to Amsterdam in Holland, the then-royal pair decided in October 2018 to hop on a luxury Dassault Falcon 7X jet instead.

They were there to celebrate Soho House founder Nick House’s 55th birthday.

Displaying a greater love for Meghan than the planet, Harry took a private jet back home from the Arctic Circle in Norway on February 14 2019 to be with his new wife for Valentine’s Day in the UK.

He had been in Scandinavia to meet British Armed Forces who were taking part in survival training exercises.

Meghan returned home to the UK from a star-studded baby shower in New York that same month on a Gulfstream G450 twin engine jet.

During the trip she stayed at a lavish Manhattan hotel, visited Ralph Lauren’s Polo Bar and hung out with tennis champion Serena Williams.

In an act of extreme eco-hypocrisy Harry flew to a climate change summit on the Italian island of Sicily on a private jet in August 2019.

At the private high-powered bash he reportedly delivered a speech about the dangers of man-made global warming.

During his stay at the Google Camp the prince is believed to have slept on a superyacht, which is also environmentally unfriendly.

Just a few days later Harry, Meghan and their son Archie hopped on a private jet to the Spanish island of Ibiza for a family holiday.

The trip included a celebration of the Duchess’s 38th birthday.

In the same month Sir Elton John flew his royal friends to the south of France and back on his 12-seater Cessna plane – the fourth private jet journey in 11 days.

The pop singer later defended the decision saying: “To maintain a high level of much-needed protection, we provided them with a private jet flight.”

Following a backlash about their use of private jets, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex mainly flew commercial flights for their official tour of South Africa, Botswana, Angola and Malawi in October 2019.

But royal expense accounts later revealed that private jets were used during the tour.

Having turned his back on Britain at the start of 2020, Harry and Meghan headed to Florida where he gave a speech for JP Morgan bank.

They travelled in February on a top of the range Gulfstream 6 jet, and while in the Sunshine State, the couple dined with Jennifer Lopez.

With the world locking down due to Covid-19, the Sussexes made a dash from Canada to Los Angeles on a private jet in March 2020.

It was reported that they wanted to be in California to establish a permanent home before the borders closed.

The plane was an Embraer Lineage 1000E worth £43million, reportedly provided by billionaire actor and director Tyler Perry, which boasts a luxury lunge and separate bedroom and can carry up to 120 passengers.

It takes just two hours to fly from Aspen in Colorado to Los Angeles, but Harry chose to make the short internal flight on a pal’s Gulfstream jet in August 2021.

The prince had been taking part in a charity polo match.

The campaigning couple flew home from New York on a Dassault Falcon 2000 jet in September 2021, having talked about making sure everyone in the world had access to the Covid-19 vaccine.

The issue of climate change was also addressed by others at the Global Citizen Live summit during their trip.

Meghan decided to make a floral tribute in May 2022 to the 19 children and two teachers murdered at Robb Elementary School in Texas by a crazed gunman.

The 1,400 mile journey from her home in California to lay the white roses was made on a private jet.

A month later the Duke and Duchess returned from the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations in England on a Bombardier Global 6000 private jet.

The 13 passenger plane is said to include a “private stateroom” and can travel for 6,000 miles without refuelling.

Harry was back on board a private jet for another jaunt to Aspen in August 2022 for a polo match.

He was spotted boarding a Bombardier Challenger 600 at a Santa Barbara airport in California.

Most of the Royal Family flew up to Balmoral Castle in September 2022 on a private jet as soon as they heard the terrible news that Queen Elizabeth II was on her deathbed.

But Harry is said to have taken a separate private flight from London to Aberdeen.

It seems the Sussexes don’t like flying coast to US coast commercial, choosing to charter a private flight to get to New York again in December 2022.

This time the woke pair were collecting an award from the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights foundation for standing up to alleged “structural racism” in the British Royal Family.

Later in the same month, the Duchess was spotted getting on a private plane from Indianapolis in Indiana.

She had spoken at an event titled The Power of Women: An Evening with Meghan.

This October, Harry and Meghan boarded a Dassault Falcon 7X jet in New Jersey to fly to the Caribbean.

They stayed on the exclusive island of Canouan in St Vincent.

The couple’s latest jaunt on a private jet – owned by oil heir Michael Herd – took them to Vegas for the Katy Perry gig, flying 40 minutes each way.

While Harry, 39, and 42-year-old Meghan ditched their Archewell website, their foundation in the same name is still in effect.

The website boasting ‘The Office of Prince Harry and Meghan’ will share “personal updates for the couple” that are not related to Archewell, sources say.

It is also said to be a “one-stop-shop” for their activities.

Their fresh move to rebrand as Sussex.com comes after the Queen banned the couple from using ‘SussexRoyal’ after they stepped away from royal duty four years ago.

The Queen ordered the Sussexes to mothball it in the January 2020 exit settlement, when Meghan and Harry stopped being senior members of the royal family.

But the new site still links back to the Sussex Royal website.

Visitors to that site see a notice that reads: “This site was established in 2020 and sets out the work streams of Prince Harry and Meghan, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex prior to their move to the United States.”

A link then takes the pair back to Sussex.com.

In September last year, it was revealed the couple were planning to launch new projects.

On Sussex.com, biographies on Harry and Meghan include the line: “The Duke and Duchess are committed to their mission: Show Up, Do Good.

“They hold the value that charitable work should not simply be a handout, but rather a hand held.”

Meghan and Harry were criticised for not consulting the Royal Family first but the couple have since defended the rebrand.

A representative for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex told The Mirror: “We’ve heard time and time again that certain opportunities are make or break for the couple.

“They’re still here. They’re still working and pursuing what they believe in, despite constantly being challenged and criticised.”

Prince Harry will appear on Good Morning America today with host Will Reeve.

The description promises an “all-new interview with Prince Harry on his life with Meghan, how his father King Charles is doing and his passion supporting wounded warriors”.

Reeve was seen joining the Sussexes at an Invictus event on Wednesday.

And this morning the channel dropped a teaser of the interview.

Harry is challenging the decision to downgrade his publicly-funded security detail after he quit as a working royal in 2020.

The Sussexes stepped back from royal duties in March 2020 when they moved to the United States.

The Royal and VIP Executive Committee (Ravec) decided Harry should no longer have the same level of security as senior royals.

But his legal team say there was a lack of transparency, and the usual risk analysis was not applied.

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