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Prince Harry criticized for calling on people to quit jobs

15:58, 07 December 2021
Prince Harry criticized for calling on people to quit jobs Photo: Prince Harry POOL/Reuters

Prince Harry was recently slammed as “privileged” on social media after he advised people to leave their jobs instead of making their mental health issues worse.


Harry said that he did the same thing two years ago after the controversy with his family started over his wedding to Meghan and that he left after he felt “lack of support and a lack of understanding.”

His claims were received negatively around social media as considering his wealth it is easy for him to provide such advice.

Despite claiming to be cut-off from the royal family in the financial aspect Harry still has a luxurious life living in a $14 million worth mansion.

He and Meghan have recently signed a $150 million deal with Netflix and another one worth $25 million with Spotify.

His remarks were made as he tried to bring attention to his startup project BetterUp which focuses on mental health issues.

He said that humanity is becoming more open about the field and that he said that he would like to keep “continuing to pioneer the conversation.”

“It brings us back to the thesis of BetterUp, and the work Alexi and Eddie and team have been doing for the last eight-plus years before I arrived, [and] also my personal belief and work in the mental fitness space,” Harry said in a statement.

“It brings us back to the thesis of BetterUp, and the work Alexi and Eddie and team have been doing for the last eight-plus years before I arrived, [and] also my personal belief and work in the mental fitness space,” he continued.