Paul Burrell slams Prince Harry for ‘seeing the funny side’ of animated satire The Prince that takes aim at Prince George and Prince Philip – and says he should ‘speak up and defend his family’
- Princess Diana ‘s former butler Paul Burrell criticised HBO Max’s 12-part series
- The Prince has sparked a backlash over its decision to mock George, eight,
- Centres around fictional version of George as a child tyrant with expensive taste
Talking to Closer magazine, Princess Diana‘s former butler, 63, criticised HBO Max’s 12-part series, which has sparked a backlash over its decision to mock George, eight, and his siblings Charlotte, five, and Louis, three, as well as its depiction of the late Duke of Edinburgh.
The show centres around a fictional version of George as a child tyrant with expensive taste, a withering sense of humour and a dim view of his family, while Prince Harry is played by Orlando Bloom and depicted as an inattentive father who has to work at a coffee shop to pay the bills after his TV projects fail.
Paul said he believes it could be ‘extremely damaging to target a young boy and mock him’ in the way the cartoonists have, and suggested Harry should ‘speak up and…