Jeremy Clarkson slammed Prince Harry on Apple TV because of his recent interview.
Speaking about mental health on Apple’s The Me You Can’t See, the Duke of Sussex has been criticized for re-voicing his views on his time in the royal family.
However, Jeremy Clarkson struck and attacked him for “exploring his innermost feelings on television in front of an audience of millions”.
In his most recent column for the Times newspaper, the former Top Gear presenter said “he should know better” than speaking out publicly on the subject.
Speaking of how he’s approaching his problems, Jeremy slammed in an article with the Prince for his Apple TV show that said, “I’m excited to report that the restocking has never hurt me. “
When he mentioned the appearance of Labor leader Keir Starmer in the life stories of former GMB presenter Piers Morgan, the car fanatic beat up the politician for speaking openly about his private life on television, reports the Express.
Commenting on the open approach, Jeremy said, “And I certainly can’t understand why you’d want to explore your innermost feelings on television in front of an audience of millions.”
The Grand Tour went on to brand Prince Harry as “another culprit” for his Apple TV show The Me You Can’t See, in which he made explosive claims about his upbringing as a senior member of the royal family.
Farm owner Diddly Squat said the prince “should have known better” than discussing his personal life on an international TV show before renaming the hit series.
Jeremy said, “Harry Markle is another culprit.
“This man is an army officer, so he should know better than to put on a program raving about the horror of his upbringing.
It is called “Das Me You Can’t See”. Although “The Me You Don’t Want to See” is closer to the goal, “Jeremy continued.