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Buckingham Palace and Kensington Palace have maintained a wall of silence over the recent bombshell claims from the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
By PAUL WITHERS
00:00, Sat, Jan 21, 2023 | UPDATED: 08:57, Sat, Jan 21, 2023
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The Royal Family have "pulled a blinder" by not publicly responding to the recent bombshell claims from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, with an expert destroying the Sussex's "ill-conceived game plan". Harry and Meghan have launched a number of accusations against the the Firm during their much-publicised six-part documentary series on Netflix. The Duke of Sussex fired more damaging claims against his own family in his memoir, Spare, taking particular aim at Prince William Kate Middleton and Camilla, Queen Consort.
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More than a week after Harry's book was released, both Buckingham Palace and Kensington Palace have yet to make any comment on the claims made by the prince.
Edward Coram-James, a PR, reputation and crisis management expert and CEO of Go Up, claimed this shows the Royal Family had a strong "game plan" in place and were prepared for any such accusations, while blasting Harry and Meghan's strategy as "ill-conceived".
He told Express.co.uk: "What should the Royal Family do in response to these claims? In a word: nothing. They have pulled a blinder.
"The biggest mistake that they could make would be to respond to any of the allegations. They are simply not serious enough allegations to warrant them breaching their long held code of silence.
"Breaching that silence will imply guilt. Remaining silent gives an air of maturity and remaining above the fray.
"The Royal family have had a game plan and, unlike the Sussexes, whose game plan has appeared ill-conceived and often strayed from, the royals have toed the line throughout."
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