How dare Duchess Meghan have an illustration of a military man in her kids’ book!

One of the illustrations for the Duchess of Sussex’s book, The Bench, is of a red-haired soldier in military gear holding his red-haired son, as mom watches from a window. As you can imagine, Salty White Folk Isle is beyond mad about this. They’re mad because Meghan… set boundaries with her toxic father. They’re mad because Meghan got paid. They’re mad because Meghan didn’t need their permission. And now they’re mad because Prince Harry served in the Army for a decade and his service cannot be taken away from him by the Queen. That’s what this amounts to. How dare Meghan represent military service and fatherhood when the Queen already punished Harry and took away his military titles? It’s a convoluted argument, hatched by an idiot:

Meghan Markle has penned a children’s book inspired by her husband Prince Harry, and their son, Archie. The book, which is due to be published on June 8, details the special bond between father and son, as seen through a mother’s eyes. A royal expert has claimed the Duchess is using the book to take a swipe at one of the terms of the Megxit agreement – something Harry has deeply upset about.

Commenting on this, royal author Philip Dampier said Meghan is clearly using the book to highlight how upset Harry was to lose his military titles. He told Fabulous: “The illustration of a red-haired soldier (obviously you know who) hugging his little boy, looks as though he has come home from war after many years and pulls at the heart-strings. Mum is in tears as she looks through the window, and sees her husband returning from battle to pick up family life once more.

“It’s a scenario familiar to so many military couples separated by conflicts. But of course it wasn’t a reality for Harry, who was in a different relationship when he served in Afghanistan. Rather Meghan is probably showing how much the army meant to Harry and how upset he is to lose his military titles. The Queen decided he could not be half in and half out of the royal family, and therefore he could no longer continue with his honorary associations, including being Captain General of the Royal Marines. For Harry, who put his life on the line and then founded the highly successful Invictus Games for injured servicemen and women, losing the titles was the bitterest part of ‘Megxit.’”

Mr Dampier added that Meghan’s inclusion of the military scene served to remind readers about Harry’s in the armed forces. He said: “The issue was so sensitive that the Queen decided no men at Prince Philip’s funeral would dress in military outfits as Harry could only wear a civilian morning suit. He would have stuck out like a sore thumb as if he was being punished. And Meghan is reminding readers that Harry did fight in the frontline.”

[From The Daily Express]

Again, Harry was not the one demanding to wear a military uniform at his grandfather’s funeral. Prince Andrew the pedophile rapist was the one who wanted to wear his admiral’s gear, and the Queen realized that if she allowed Andrew to wear his military dress uniform, Harry would be the only high-ranking royal man out of uniform at the funeral. And Harry was the only royal man in 38 years to serve in combat. I’ll say now what I said during the funeral/military dress issue: I really hope the royals and their sycophants continue to make this their core issue. All they’re doing is reminding everyone of how poorly the Windsors treated a combat veteran. Harry loved the Army, he loved serving in combat, and he still loves the men and women in uniform. Meghan wanted to represent that in her book. If the Queen has a guilty conscience for being cruel to her combat veteran grandson, that’s on her. And she should feel guilty.

Photos courtesy of Avalon Red.

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