Meghan and Harry warning: Duke and Duchess branded 'free-loaders' as royal fury ...

PRINCE HARRY and Meghan Markle have been branded "free-loaders" by royal expert Robert Jobson who insisted the royals' bad publicity has led to harsh criticism from the UK and America.

PUBLISHED: 17:05, Fri, Feb 14, 2020 | UPDATED: 17:05, Fri, Feb 14, 2020

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Their latest appearance with banking giant JP Morgan has led to them being branded as “free-loaders”, The Evening Standard Royal editor, Robert Jobson suggested.

Speaking to Sky News, Mr Jobson said: “They are supposed to be doing a couple more engagements before this period of transition is over.

“Given the bad publicity that’s happened in terms of them flying to do the JP Morgan job.

“We don’t know how much money they were paid if they were paid but the suggestion is it was quite a substantial amount of money.

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“There’s a lot of ill feeling going on here about them being, and lots of reports in America too, about them being freeloaders.”

He continued: “There has

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