I happen to believe that Prince Harry did nothing seriously wrong during his Las Vegas frolics. I suspect that he has endeared himself further to the British public as a result of the latest revelations.
However, I do believe that the British people have a right to see publicly available evidence concerning his behaviour.
Even in private, he has some duty to behave above a certain threshold of decency. The British people have a right to see publicy available evidence to decide whether he has breached that threshold.
He is third in line to be Head of State of the United Kingdom, plus 16 commonwealth realms and
governorship of the Church of England.
Of course we have a right to see publicly available evidence of his behaviour. Of course he has to uphold certain standards even in private. And, of course we should be able judge for ourselves as to whether that behaviour is compatible with his position as 3rd in line to be head of state and as a commissioned officer in the British Army.
Someone who is the third in line to the throne, holding an officer’s rank in the army, should not strip naked with random girls.
There are other less irresponsible ways of letting off steam. He is 27 years old, not a teenager.
It is right that The Sun printed the photos so people can devide on these matters.
The monarchy is there only with the consent of the British people. They have no divine right to rule.
He’s been caught by the party guest sneaky phone camera trick before. People should see clearly that he is thick enough to be caught twice, this time with his trousers well and truly down.Tweet