Prince Harry secures ANOTHER new job — Duke of Sussex to take on fake news in new position.

Graham Charles Lear
5 min readMar 24, 2021

Oh, this is absolutely brilliant. I actually can't stop laughing, PRINCE HARRY is to cover yet a new role, it was revealed today just hours after it was announced he had secured a job at a mental health firm.

Yes folks, the Prince whose own wife, if she is to be believed, had to go to the Buckingham Palace Human Resources to ask for help because she felt suicidal and had mental health issues bought on by being pampered like no one else in history. because she felt she could not go to her own husband because he knew nothing about mental health and has no medical qualifications in mental health suddenly gets a top job in a mental health establishment.

You could not honestly make any of this up, could you?

However days later and this is even better, he goes and secuers himself a second job this time in the Aspen Institute’s on Information Disorder as a commissioner. Yes folks The Duke of Sussex is joining 14 other commissioners and three co-chairs to lead a six-month study focused on the state of misinformation and disinformation in the US. The list of commissioners was released today and include several prominent figures alongside Prince Harry is Kathryn Murdoch — the co-founder and president of Quadrivium and daughter-in-law of media tycoon Rupert Murdoch — and former Texas congressman Will Hurd are two joining him

The co-chairs are journalist Katie Couric, Color of Change president Rashad Robinson and Chris Krebs — the former director of the US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency. The creation of the commission was announced in January and will start meeting in April.

It aims at providing “actionable public-private responses”.

After two months of work, the commission plans to release a first interim report “that surveys and frames the information disorder problem, and prioritises the most critical and urgent issues”.

At the end of the six-month period, the group aims at having provided workable solutions and recommendations.

Well, Harry seeing as you and your wife are very good at giving out false information you can start by taking a look at your self and your wife.

Let me remind everyone what the false information they both gave out.

‘Three days before our wedding, we got married,’ Meghan claimed. ‘No one knows that. But we called the Archbishop, and we just said: ‘Look, this thing, this spectacle is for the world, but we want our union between us.’

Nope never happened, you can't get married twice in England in the space of just 72 hours and without two witnesses

Perhaps harry you can address that fake news when you take up your new position.

Here is another one you can study Harry.

Staff DID fight for them.

Whatever took place during the wedding dispute, Meghan appears to have been hugely upset that the claim she’d ‘made Kate cry’ ended up in print.

She told Oprah that she found it ‘hard to get over the Palace’s failure to then put her version of events on the record.

Later, she elaborated: ‘They were willing to lie to protect other members of the family, but they weren’t willing, to tell the truth, to protect me and my husband.’

As an insider said ‘There were clearly two versions of the same event. Whatever the institution said would only draw more attention to it.’

Palace press officers are, of course, public servants. Unlike Hollywood PR agents, they cannot — and should not — contest every single false rumour.

Conveniently ignored by Meghan in this whole rumpus is the fact that Palace spin-doctors did indeed go to war on her behalf on several high-profile occasions, knocking down many stories that were put to them (and were not published as a result).

Notably, they formally denied stories about her alleged extravagance in the refurbishment of Frogmore Cottage. They also brought two cases to the Press regulator, Ipso, on the Sussexes’ behalf, winning one and losing the other.

How about this false information Harry?

Meghan told Oprah ‘The Firm’ attempted to keep her under effective house arrest.

Things got to the stage, she alleged, when she said: ‘I’ve left the house twice in four months.’

A striking claim. But does it hold water?

There is no official record of her social activities, but on the work front, the Court Circular records Meghan’s attendance at official engagements on 73 days in the 17 months between her wedding and the couple’s departure for Canada. Of those days, at least 65 involved leaving her home. There are just two apparent gaps in this hectic schedule, both in 2019: from March 22 to July 6; and from July 14 to September 23.

The first period includes the run-up to Archie’s birth, when she travelled to a hospital on May 6, plus at least four private outings: to Windsor Castle on May 8, Trooping the Colour and a baseball game in London in June, and Wimbledon on July 4.

In the second period, Meghan managed to holiday abroad four times: in Italy, France, Ibiza and the U.S.

In short, there doesn’t appear to be any ‘four-month period when she only left the house twice.

I could go on and, however, you can see more here

There are more holes in the story they told than my old sieve. So YES I think he should start looking at his wife and his own false information. Then he and his new colleagues can take a good look at the one who first asked both of them to go on her show for loads of cash to give this false news. Yes, they should look at Oprah Winfrey as it was her that perpetuated this fake news and look what else she has been up to over the years.

It would make one hell of a good study.



Graham Charles Lear

What is life without a little controversy in it? Quite boring and sterile would be my answer.