Prince Harry was recently pranked by two Russian YouTubers on a phone call where the Duke of Sussex spoke about “Megxit” and Prince Andrew. Both of the pranksters was posed as Greta Thunberg and her father, Svante.
Vladimir Kuznetsov and Alexey Stolyarov — who earlier posed as Thunberg while talking on a call with Bernie Sanders — asked Harry to speak about his relationship with the royal family since he stepped down from that.
Notably, the original recording was released along with an animation of the Prince on the YouTube channel named, Vovan222prank which belongs to that Youtubers but later the video was deleted. However, the recordings of the calls between Harry and the pranksters were available.
“I can assure you, marrying a prince or princess is not all it’s made out to be. But sometimes the right decision isn’t always the easy one,” Prince Harry said when he was asked about “Megxit.”
He further added that the decision was not at all easy but it was right for his family according to him. Even he hoped that a lot of people across the globe can identify and respect them for giving priority to the family first.
Moreover, he felt that normal life is much better than the royal life. While saying this he cited the example of his military background as well. However, he also spoke about Prince Andrew as well.
“I have very little to say on that. But whatever he has done or hasn’t done, is completely separate from me and my wife,” Harry said.
The prank-call has added another thing which was related to President Trump where Harry commented that the President has some wrong agenda which he has been driving everywhere.
His comments came on the basis of Trump’s involvement with the coal industry and the Prince thinks this will affect on the climate, and the island nations as well, although no further comments on this matter have come in the news yet.
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