Harry´s Wife : Jubilee Uninvited

The Queen´s Platinum Jubilee is on the horizon. Does this provide Her Majesty with a weapon to use with regard to Harry´s Wife and Harry following their conduct? If so, how could it be used and what would the effect be? Find out as HG Tudor explains in detail the nuances and effects of this potential option as only her can.

15 thoughts on “Harry´s Wife : Jubilee Uninvited

  1. Bubbles says:

    Dear Mr Tudor,
    What about LILIBET’S christening Meghan wants in front of the Queen ?

  2. Duchessbea says:

    Harry’s behaviour towards his family is disgusting and disgraceful. He only informed his family about the book coming out at the time of the Queen’s Jubilee when he became aware the media were going to break the story. He had been home for the unveiling of his mother Diana’s statue and never said a word about the book to any member of his family. He has been writing the book with a ghost writer since last year and has reportedly received the highest advance for any book ever written. For a first time author – wow. The general presumption about the book is that William is going to receive the most flack, quite probably because he is the only one who called out Harry’s wife for what she is, and saw through the act and the illusion that she puts forth.
    Harry has shown his true colours in the past year and in particular shown a very childish, petulant personality. Any woman who knows her self worth would not find that attractive about a man, but you add the title of Prince before his name and some women will ignore stupidity and ridiculousness for the sake of a title.
    It is understandable that Harry is annoyed at Prince Charles for the way he treated his mother Diana. But Diana, wouldn’t be too impressed with Harry, for how quick he is to throw away his family loyalty and solidarity, to make a fast buck off of slagging off his immediate family, and dragging through the mud his families name.
    The Palace quite clearly have an excellent PR Team who were able to hide and manage Harry’s true personality all these years from the public and the press. When he took off for Canada, then Los Angeles, little did we all know that this was just the start of things to come with Harry. Little by little Harry is showing his real personality to the world and while he has got an empathic side, his narcissistic traits are certainly more to the front. I would think on reading his book when it is published, it will be an open, frank, honest account of his life, with large aspects told from more of an narcissistic point of view, with a big ‘poor me’ and a lot of ‘hard done by me’, aswell as ‘poor Meghan’, ‘poor Meghan’, ‘poor Meghan’. I also imagine Meghan will be reading the first draft and it will be reworded to suit her, as best as possible.
    The RF should close the door on any relationship with Harry. Harry has shown how little he thinks of his family and the RF don’t need to accept his attitude or behaviour.
    HG, I think this series is going to run and run. These two are all about ‘privacy’, but want everything in the public eye. The irony of it all.

  3. Supernova DE says:

    HG, your you tube video about “wedding, not mine don’t care” sparked a thought about US gymnast Simone Biles, who withdrew from Olympic finals due to concerns for her mental and physical health. At first blush I thought “total narcissist as her withdrawal has made all media attention about her and not about the US team’s silver medal without her.” But when reading her press comments I am
    Torn as she repeatedly gives full credit to the other members of the team and stated the medal had “nothing to do with her” as she didn’t compete.
    Here in the US there is a lot of social media attention regarding this with most people (that I interact with anyway) supporting her but also against her for essentially costing the US the gold medal.
    Is she a narc? Clearly if so not a greater who would have secured the gold medal and would not have sited “mental health” concerns. But a mid ranger?
    Thanks, and this would definitely grab attention in the US as “a very” addition at this time.

    1. Violetta says:

      I was wondering that too. If she had just said she was too dizzy to compete without risking a serious injury, there would have been less flak. Anyone who’s done gymnastics knows sometimes your kinetic awareness just fizzles, & a fraction of an inch can mean the difference between landing harmlessly (if embarrassingly) on your rear or breaking your neck. It’s more of an inner ear problem than mental health.

      I’m just trying to picture my college coach’s face if I had told him I couldn’t do my vault because of mental health problems.

      1. Duchessbea says:

        I also wondered that myself, as Simone Biles was/is their strongest and best Olympian in Gymnastics. But having watched American Media after all this happened, a majority of the media outlets discussed in detail that Simone Biles, had been one of the victims of abuse by Larry Nasser, the Gymnastics Team Doctor for 18 years, before he was jailed for his abuse towards the gymnastic athletes. According to an article in today’s Washington Post written by Sally Jenkins, in which she writes about how Simone Biles was abandoned by American Olympic Officials, and the torment hasn’t stopped for her. Simone Biles only became aware two weeks ago of a report released on the Nasser case, in which corruption was involved where officials hushed up evidence. There is a lot more in the article of what she could be going through and dealing with. It can’t have been an easy decision for Simone Biles to make to pull out of the Olympics. But her health comes first and she did what she felt was the best thing for her to do.

  4. Another Cat says:

    I have a really really hard time imagining that empathic prince Harry will ever leave his wife.

    He is way too invested. She did a mrs Simpson on him and made him leave his title and move to the USA. Did Edward ever leave his narc wife? I think Harry sees leaving the wife as leaving his mother princess Diana. I believe M leaving Harry is the only alternative for ending the relationship.

    Maybe with your suggestion, HG, she might just do that, due to wounding.

  5. Asp Emp says:

    Laughing……”however for a moment we’re going to take the spotlight away from Harry’s wife accordingly wounding her”

    When you see all the ‘facts’ together, as you have listed here, HG, you can see how widely known and respected our Queen is, worldwide. It’s only right for the UK to show acknowledgement for her contributions by way of having a whole year to celebrate this much respected individual. A milestone, indeed.

    I still have my Silver Jubilee cup with 1977 and my name painted in silver colour. The Queen drives by where my aunt lived at the time. We had a ‘street’ party too. Red balloons everywhere, the UK flags flying. Wow, what memories.

    The Queen is ‘dealing’ with the whole H & M ‘farce’ as regally as possible.

    “Dignified silence”, shows how regal the Queen is.

    “she does so without complaint because she recognizes that is her obligation duty there’s no song and dance”

    IF, that is a big, IF, Harry gets to ‘escape’ between now and the Jubilee, he’d be able to join in with the rest of his family and spend this special occasion with his grandmother.

    It is pretty obvious to many people that his ET is very ‘deeply’ within him, so his logical thinking is ‘way off’ where it should be. He needs HG’s intervention, support and education on narcissism and Harry’s CPTSD to be explained / learned.

    I could not care less about M’s “feelings” and being wounded at the prospect of not being invited – she has done so much damage because of her narcissism. Splitting the Royal Family and causing them to be seen in such conflicting ‘light’ had Harry not been ‘ensnared’ by such a narcissist (unfortunately for him, his family and his children).

    Laughing…”when it’s somebody’s funeral the narcissist turns up with a wailing gnashing of teeth”.

    Will the Press ever print on front pages “Narcissist”? Whether it’s Meghan, or another narcissist? No, it should be worded “HG identifies, yet, another narcissist” and goes on about the brilliance of his work.

    Yet, because of you, HG, people are learning about narcissism because you chose her as a ‘prime’ example. You were thinking ahead and kudos to you for that alone. Wise choice and well done.

    Thank you, HG, for doing these videos.

    1. Violetta says:

      Speaking of which, DM isn’t letting my referrals to the “royal narcissist” series or any mention of HG go through anymore. Weird, because they’ve let the barriers down for almost everything else to do with MM: people aren’t even bothering to use letes to spell “surrogate” or “yacht” these days. One reader posted, “She’s Santa’s girl: Ho! Ho! Ho!”

      1. Asp Emp says:

        Violetta, obvs the DM are narrow-minded and I bet you, one day they will regret ‘blocking’ anything to do with HG’s work, because it will ‘ping’ back on them…..laughing, at the rest of your comment 🙂

  6. BC30 says:

    Her Majesty’s weapon? This isn’t pettiness, surely. Who is advising? I’m curious and know very little of them.

    1. Asp Emp says:

      BC30, the RF would, and have, always had ‘advisors’, for centuries. A good question though, Who?

      1. Violetta says:

        She needs a Master Cecil (Lord Burghley) or a Walsingham for this one. MM is more trouble than Mary “I’m not dead yet!” Queen of Scots.

        1. Asp Emp says:

          Violetta, I totally agree with you !! Seeing the name ‘Walsingham’ takes me back to history lessons……ah, fk, I fell asleep during a lesson, I was bored because the teacher was boring, I enjoyed history but not the teacher’s delivery of the subject…..I got a bollocking alright because I told her I was bored (LOL).

          1. Violetta says:

            I first read read Mary M. Luke when I was 13, after encountering A Crown for Elizabeth at a friend’s house and permanently”borrowing” it. Luke blew away all that “Social Studies” crap we get in the U.S. History with dysfunctional families, creepy stepfather Thomas Seymour, playing one suitor against another until Liz was menopausal, and knowing the Pope (among others) put out a hit on her…

            Only one good S.S. teacher in Jr. High, who emphasized human details like the ancient Greeks throwing trash out the window and Satyr plays. Who’d’ve thought that years after hearing her description of Lysistrata, I would do the show?

          2. Asp Emp says:

            Violetta, it is interesting that it is now apparent that some teachers do not ‘get’ it RE: teaching style, possibly because they could not ‘feel’ the subject that they taught (yet ‘knew’ the subject)? My English Literature teacher was brilliant, offered so much variety in how he delivered the subject. He covered ‘A Man For All Seasons’ via video (with subtitles) and the book itself – the teacher would stop to explain the ‘behaviours’ of Thomas Moore (and others). Yet my interest in the Tudor Dynasty started before then. I would probably say that the English teacher should have also taught history. His wife taught ‘Religious Studies’ (yawn). They were, I would describe as the meekest teachers in the school.

            So, yeah, some teachers understood because they had emotional empathy. Others didn’t.

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