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Prince William appears to be responding to Prince Harry’s claims during royal visit to Kate Middleton

January 13, 2023

Amid the accusations and attacks Prince Harry leveled at her and the royal family in his memoir Spare, the crowd showed their support for Prince William and Kate Middleton. As the royal couple continued their royal duties and visited the new Royal Liverpool University Hospital on Thursday January 12, the Prince of Wales appeared to be reacting to his brother’s claims.

Despite negative allegations against Prince William and Kate Middleton, the public warmly welcomed the future king and queen-consort when they appeared. One of them even held the Duke of Cornwall and seemed to encourage him to continue his work.

Also in the audience was 81-year-old patient Sylvia Staniford. She grabbed the prince’s hand and told him to move on because the Scousers loved him. Yes, I will, he replied simply, smiling warmly at her.

the express noted that Staniford claimed her remarks were, of course, a nod to Prince Harry. He knew what I was talking about, she said.

HELLO! reported that the Wales got out of their car when they arrived and someone was heard asking if they had been hurt by the comments in the Duke of Sussex’s book. However, it wasn’t clear whether Prince William heard the question and purposely didn’t answer, or whether he simply ignored it.

It has been said time and time again that the palace will not comment on the claims in Meghan Markle’s husband’s memoir.

Prince William and Kate Middleton visited the hospital’s intensive care unit to tour the new facilities and meet the staff to thank them for their service. The new hospital is said to be state-of-the-art and the largest of its kind in the country.

It has single rooms with private bathrooms, offering patients a better experience, more safety and better recovery. After touring the hospital, the couple attended the Open Door charity.

Apparently, despite Prince Harry’s criticism of the company, the British public continues to support the royal family. This is proven by a recent poll by YouGov, which was conducted on January 5th and 6th, when the first details about the memoir were already becoming known.

According to this, 54 percent of 1,700 adult Britons still support the monarchy as an institution. However, compared to the result of 60 percent in November, it has fallen slightly.

On the other hand, the December poll revealed that only 26 percent have a positive opinion of Prince Harry, while 64 percent gave a negative answer. That’s the lowest since YouGov has tracked royals’ popularity.