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When you start working on digital media, the first thing you need to learn is to never read reviews. Even if you only report the simplest facts or share the most modest opinions, the comment section is still not where you want to spend a lot of time.
Unfortunately, it sounds like no one has told Prince Harry. according to Find freedom, An upcoming Sussex biography Written by reporters Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand, Prince Harry often reads reviews of articles about him and Meghan, some of which may be particularly annoying or racist .
“While scrolling on his iPhone, he sometimes can’t stop himself from reading the comments on the article,” the book is excerpted from the book, Times.
The author pointed out: “Harry is sorry to open the link.” He continued: “Every time he sees such a comment, his stomach will form a knot.’This is a sick part of the society we live in today, no People do anything for this.’Is everyone so miserable and angry?”
Prince Harry’s habit of reading reports about his life, work, and relationships (good or bad) is not a new thing.
Duncan Larcombe also wrote a biography of Harry and was the royal editor of “Harry” magazine sun, Was told before British Metropolis The creed the prince read about himself.
Ralcomb said in an interview in 2017: “I am always surprised that he reads articles about him so seriously.” “I don’t think Prince Charles has read a newspaper in years, but Harry and William are in some way They read almost everything they wrote. This may indicate that he is deeply worried about what people think of him.”
These accounts also track and share anecdotes Daily mail Reporter Rebecca English earlier this year.
Harry was gazing at the English computer when he visited Lesotho in 2006. Harry said, “Just want to see what you are talking about me. I always want to know what people are saying about me.”
Read the full excerpt below Find freedom Here. The book will debut later this month, but it is available for pre-order now.
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