Americans mourn ’emasculation’ of Prince Harry after report Meghan made him sell his guns

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The emasculation of Prince Harry appears to be complete because his wife, actress Meghan Markle, has reportedly convinced him to quit hunting and sell off his handmade rifles.

According to a report in The Sun, the weaponry sold privately to another hunter was worth about $60,000 in U.S. dollars, and that “Meghan is opposed to hunting and pals hinted the Duke of Sussex would give up to appease her…Last week conservationist Dr Jane Goodall said she expected Harry to turn his back on bloodsports.”

Apparently the transaction occurred five months ago, but is just surfacing in the media. Harry, a U.K. army veteran, was reportedly a lifelong avid hunter before he met Meghan. He even went hunting for wild boar in Germany in December 2017 during the time of his engagement to the former Suits star and Deal or No Deal suitcase girl.

Harry seems all-in on feminist Meghan Markle’s woke agenda, which includes flying around the world to virtue-signal about global warming.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex staged a “Megxit” in January, in which they exited Buckingham Palace for an independent lifestyle, and moved first to Canada, and then to L.A., where apparently they will pursue a Hollywood red-carpet lifestyle. They’ve also set up a charitable foundation.

Virtually every family, regardless of status, has issues, and couples often have to make compromises. What’s sad is that Meghan Markle has seemingly caused a rift between Harry and his immediate family, his royal duties, his pals, and his military obligations and associations.

“News of the sale comes a week after it was claimed Prince Harry told friends he missed the ‘camaraderie’ of life in the forces. Harry was stripped of his military appointments when he and Meghan stepped back as senior royals on March 31. He had to give up roles including Captain General of the Royal Marines and Honorary Air Commandant of RAF Honington,” the Daily Mail explained. “The Duke of Sussex reportedly told friends he ‘cannot believe’ how his life has been ‘turned upside down’ since moving to the U.S.”

With son Archie– who celebrated his first birthday this week– in the picture now, a potential divorce/child custody settlement could be complicated, including sorting out technicalities of international law and how that relates to the British monarchy.

Twitter users responded to the news of Prince Harry’s gun-free zone. Here is a sample:

Some Markle critics have accused her of being a social climber, even comparing her to Yoko Ono, John Lennon’s wife who supposedly broke up the Beatles. Others are drawing parallels with American Wallis Simpson who convinced England’s Edward VIII to step down as king.

Quipsters once referred to Harry as “the spare,” because Prince William is “the heir,” i.e., the next in line to the throne after Prince Charles, who presumably will take over for Queen Elizabeth at some point. Technically, Harry is sixth in line, and even before he dropped out of the running, his chances to become King were remote.

Robert Jonathan

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Robert Jonathan is a staff writer for BizPac Review. He is a longtime writer/editor for news aggregation websites and has also developed content in the legal and financial publishing sectors as well as for online education. He earned a Juris Doctorate from the University of Connecticut School of Law, “a law school the basketball teams can be proud of.”
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