Human rights honour bestowed to Harry and Meghan described as “subliminally ludicrous”

Meghan Markle’s human rights honour, according to Prince Harry, has been called utterly “subliminally ludicrous.”

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Royal experts have recently made fun of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s commitment to human rights.

Professor David Nasaw, the nominee for the Pulitzer Prize for his book, has made these claims public.

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“I find it somewhere between sublimely silly and obviously ridiculous,” he said to the Mail on Sunday. This is ludicrous.

If you consider the prior recipients of the Robert Kennedy Prize, including Bill and Hillary Clinton, Nancy Pelosi, and Bishop Desmond Tutu, you must wonder, “What are Harry and Meghan doing here?”

What in God’s name have they done to deserve this, he added before drawing to a close. What portion of Harry and Meghan’s wealth is donated to deserving organisations?

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This is a reference to the coveted human rights award that will be given out by Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights in December.

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