Prince Harry branded ‘selfish’ by fans for not bringing Lilibet to meet Queen

Some royal fans have branded Prince Harry as "selfish" for not bringing Lilibet to meet the Queen following the monarch's health scare.

Members of the Royal Family have been sharing their support for the Monarch by reportedly "taking turns" to visit her at Windsor Castle and keeping her company through phone calls, while she recovers from her illness.

A royal source has claimed that Harry and Meghan Markle have sent a bunch of flowers to Her Majesty while Harry has been left feeling "helpless" in Montecito.

However, the couple has still come under fire for not bringing Lilibet to the UK to meet her great-grandmother.

One fan tweeted: "I think what is the saddest thing of all is that our beloved Queen hasn’t seen her great-grandson, Archie, since he was 9months old & she’s never met her youngest great-grandchild Lilibet.

"H&M have access to nannies & private jets – there is no excuse. Utterly despicable & selfish."

Another said: "And he talks about being good. He doesn't know the meaning of the word. Who's he comparing himself to because it must be someone completely monstrous."

A third added: "He will only be concerning himself with how much money he will be left in her will, no one wants him here.

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"I honestly believe when the Queen is gone Charles and William will come down hard on the pair."

The Daily Star has approached the Sussexes for comment.

However, some fans believe he will be back visiting the monarch soon since her recent condition sent him into "panic mode" according to experts.

Coming to his defence, one fan explained that Harry isn't the only royal who has not been in the country to visit the Queen.

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They said: "The Cambridges are on holiday and Princess Eugenie and Beatrice are still in Athens with their families but the problem is Harry and Meghan."

Another wrote: "Harry has a place in the Queen's life, he's still very much the son of Princess Diana and Charles – no one has any right to say 'they don't want him here' such remarks are wrong and unacceptable.

"The Queen is still his grandmother nobody can ever take that away from him."

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