Harry and Meghan are a ‘liability’ to the Royal Family says Kinsey Schofield

Harry and meghan are a 'liability' to the royal family says kinsey schofield

GBNews published this video item, entitled “Harry and Meghan are a ‘liability’ to the Royal Family says Kinsey Schofield” – below is their description.

‘The Oprah interview was just as detrimental to the Monarchy as the death of Princess Diana.’

Royal commentator Kinsey Schofield says Harry and Meghan are still a ‘liability to the Royal Family.’

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