The departure of Prince Harry from the British royal family does not cease to speak. Latest twist to date: the revelations of the Duke of Sussex in the documentary The Me You Can’t See, unveiled on May 21 on Apple TV +. Facing journalist Oprah Winfrey, the 36-year-old prince accused his father, Prince Charles, of having let him “suffer” during his childhood exposed to the media. He also criticized the Firm for neglecting his family following his marriage to Meghan Markle, which deeply hurt his grandmother, Elizabeth II. But if the entire Windsor clan is now against the little prince, the latter should receive the inheritance reserved for him by his late grandfather, Prince Philip.
This is in any case what recently let know a source close to Buckingham Palace, in the columns of the British daily The Sun: “Philip was not the type to punish one of his grandchildren for bad conduct. He was a fair, impartial and pleasant man. He did not hold a grudge, “said the source. Thus, the grandson of the prince consort is expected to receive part of Prince Philip’s colossal inheritance, estimated at 30 million pounds. A very large part will of course go to Elizabeth II, and the Prince’s children, Charles, Anne, Edward and Andrew, have been granted permission to use their father’s large collection of books and works of art.
Three employees of Prince Philip in the estate
According to the same source, the Duke of Edinburgh has also chosen to hand over part of his financial inheritance to three of his former employees. “Unlike other royals, Prince Philip is going to be generous to three of the men who took care of him,” the source revealed. “These are his private secretary, Brigadier Archie Miller Bakewell and his bailiffs William Henderson and Stephen Niedojadlo.” According to the prince’s last wishes, all will receive a tidy sum of money.
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