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“Prince Harry trolled.” Mysterious truck in front of Buckingham Palace

“Prince Harry trolled.”  Mysterious truck in front of Buckingham Palace

“Prince Harry trolled.” Mysterious truck in front of Buckingham Palace

On the day the interviews with Prince Harry were broadcast on television, a truck appeared outside the gates of Buckingham Palace with a surprising message urging the Duke of Sussex to end his dispute with Prince William.

Prince Harry trolled by a sign outside Buckingham Palace

– reports the British website “Mirror”. The publication states that just hours before Prince Harry’s controversial TV interviews aired, he was trolled by Future Farm, which parked a truck with a surprising message in front of Buckingham Palace.

To promote the release of Spare’s long-awaited autobiography, Prince Harry met Tom Bradby in an interview with ITV and spoke with Anderson Cooper on CBC for 60 minutes. There he made a number of painful statements for the royal family. He said, among other things, that Prince William at school told him to “pretend they don’t know each other” and tried to force him to shave his beard for his wedding.

Mystery truck

Interviews dealing painful blows to the image of Buckingham Palace might not have happened had Harry listened to the message posted on the truck outside the gate of his family home.

When Harry’s feud with William came to a head, the plant-based meat company Future Farm decided to use the situation to “trolling” Harry and make the recipients smile.

A truck appeared outside the gates of Buckingham Palace with the message: “Throw the beef. Not your brother“.

Thus, Future Farm wanted to encourage the British not only to show some love for the planet, but also for their brothers. Unfortunately, Harry doesn’t seem to have seen or listened to this message as he continued to pour dirt on his older brother

– confirms “Mirror”.

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