PRINCE Harry has been criticised for "lecturing" ordinary people while living in luxury, by a former Vanity Fair editor.
Graydon Carter, 71, said LA is "not a place" for the Duke of Sussex and called the move a "terrible mistake".
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Writing for The Telegraph, the Canadian journalist said it is hard Harry and wife Meghan Markle to lecture people about the state of the planet when they're "flying in private planes, living in a 14-bedroom Beverly Hills mansion and living off the state".
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are famously passionate about the environment, but we recently revealed how their carbon footprint could be 26 times that of the average Brit.
The ex-royals have been seen driving around Beverley Hills in a Cadillac Escalade, said to be among the most polluting cars on the planet, and were previously criticised for flying in private jets.
The pair are currently renting a £15 million LA mansion in the prestigious 90210 postcode -but Graydon fears Harry will struggle to fit in.
He added: "Los Angeles is not a place for people who don't have a part in the professional firmament… Being a soldier and liking football are just not saleable talents out there."
He said the move had saddened the British people, and claimed Harry would be "crazy" not to return to the UK.
Graydon said: "British people are clearly just saddened that this star, in their eyes – and I mean Harry, not Meghan – has left the country and gone his own way. It doesn't make sense to a lot of them."
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