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Hollywood’s elite turns their back on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle after private details released

''They are putting people in uncomfortable situations.''
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Hollywood’s elite have allegedly turned their backs on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex after being excluded from a Los Angeles party.

Following the release of Prince Harry’s tell-all memoir, Spare it seems the duke confessed too many details and now royal expert Kinsey Schofield has informed Fox News Digital that they might not be trusted among their peers.

Spare was released January 10, 2023.

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“I think Spare and the [recent] Netflix documentary will ultimately hurt Harry and Meghan’s relationships with the Hollywood elite,” she said.

“Did intensely private Beyoncé́ give Meg permission to read a text message that she sent the duchess verbatim to millions of Netflix subscribers?”

“I highly doubt it.”

Kinsey pointed out that a-list celebrities such as Courteney Cox wouldn’t enjoy being called out for “magic mushroom chocolates” nor would Gayle King enjoy being grilled by the internet after Prince Harry told ITV there wasn’t a royal racist despite Gale stating the couple had “receipts”.

“He really gets himself in a bit of a muddle.”

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“They are putting people in uncomfortable situations.”

While stars like Tyler Perry and Oprah Winfrey may publicly take the Duke and Duchess’ side of the feud, Kinsey pointed out that most individuals “would prefer to avoid the drama.”

Spare undoubtedly revealed some alleged ‘truth bombs’, even Prince Harry aired his own dirty laundry including experimenting with drugs, explicit stories involving his wife and mother of his two children and fights with his brother, Prince William.

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The Daily Mirror’s royal editor Russell Myers previously revealed on the Today show that the young prince has entered a world of trouble.

“He really gets himself in a bit of a muddle to try and deliver his truth. It’s only one side of the story because the royal family aren’t going to hit back,” he said.

Between Prince Harry’s memoir which sold 1.43 million copies worldwide on its first day of release and the Sussexes Netflix documentary which has been viewed by 28 million households, there are a lot of people wanting to know more.

And something tells us they aren’t finished telling their side of the story.

Click here to grab your copy of Spare.

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