King Charles Is Horrified as Other Royal Joins “I’m A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here.”

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The newly crowned King is losing his grip on control of the royal family as they become more desperate for money.

In 2019 Harry and Meghan, Duke and Duchess of Sussex, decided to use a documentary about their tour of Southern Africa as an opportunity to complain about their problems. Another instance was in 2021 when the Duke had late-night TV antics with James Corden (including asking a stranger if he could use his bathroom). H-bomb that followed was their own Oprah sit-down.

The most catastrophic royal TV appearance of them all has got to be Prince Andrew’s Newsnight interview.

Andrew flew to New York in 2011 to spend time with his friend Jeffrey Epstein, hoping the financier would give him $200,000 to keep Fergie from going bankrupt.

A close friend of the Duke’s later said: “Peripheral family members are severely underfinanced and have limited options on how commercial they can be to make money. You can’t take a conventional job without leaving the family, and family duties take a massive percentage of your time.”

“The root problem is you cannot have the sovereign’s children out hunting for money. You’re in a constant search for money.”

It would appear that the younger generation of royalty has not learned from past mistakes, as Mike Tindall, husband of Princess Anne’s daughter Zara, is set to appear on the British reality show “I’m A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here.” This news comes after a string of scandals involving infidelity and Nazi-curious behaviour among members of the royal family.

Anne’s eldest child Peter Phillips was rightfully criticized by the British press in January 2020 for appearing in an ad for a Chinese state-owned milk company. (Lady Kitty Spencer, the late Princess of Wales’ niece, has also traded on her connection to the Palace by selling a different Chinese milk brand.)

Andrew’s daughter Eugenie, son-in-law Jack Brooksbank, and their grandson August moved to Portugal to help develop a luxury estate of 300 homes.

The striking thing about Mike, Zara, Peter, and Eugenie is that although they might always have a spot in the Royal Box at Ascot and take vacations to Balmoral every year with the King, they don’t have many other options to maintain their particular lifestyle besides taking advantage of their royal connections.

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