Woke youngsters say Lady Hussey must be BANNED from working for Royal Family - despite Ngozi Fulani accepting apology

Young people have said that Lady Susan Hussey should be banned from ever working for the Royal Family again.
Young people have said that Lady Susan Hussey should be banned from ever working for the Royal Family again.

Prince Harry shared his support for Lady Susan Hussey earlier this week in an interview where he said she 'never meant any harm at all'

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Young people have said that Lady Susan Hussey should be banned from ever working for the Royal Family again.

Lady Hussey, the Prince of Wales’ 83-year-old godmother, resigned from the household and apologised after she repeatedly challenged Ngozi Fulani when she said was British at the Queen Consort’s reception highlighting violence against women and girls.

Earlier this week Prince Harry backed the Queen’s former lady in waiting.

Speaking with CNN’s Anderson Cooper he said: “Meghan and I love Susan Hussey…She never meant any harm at all.”

However, it would appear that Harry’s opinion is not shared by the British public.

A GB News People Poll found that just 21 per cent of 18 to 24 year olds were in favour of Lady Hussey returning to her position.

Only forty two percent of all the people interviewed think she should be allowed to return to work.

Support for the noblewoman appears to be higher in the older generations, with 62 per cent of over 65s year olds in favour of Lady Hussey being allowed to return to her work

It comes despite Ngozi Fulani accepting an apology from Lady Susan Hussey last month.

The pair took part in a meeting at the Palace to address the incident, and a statement released shortly after by Buckingham Palace said: “At this meeting, filled with warmth and understanding, Lady Susan offered her sincere apologies for the comments that were made and the distress they caused to Ms Fulani.

“Lady Susan has pledged to deepen her awareness of the sensitivities involved and is grateful for the opportunity to learn more about the issues in this area.

Ngozi Fulani accepted an apology from Lady Susan Hussey last month.
Ngozi Fulani accepted an apology from Lady Susan Hussey last month.

When asked about what word or phrase first comes to mind when thinking about Prince Harry, the public overwhelmingly have negative things to say.

Among the top words used to describe Harry were “idiot”, “spoilt”, “brat”, and “stupid”.

The poll indicated only a third of Brits are currently “proud” of the Royal Family, indicating Spare may be having an impact on the reputation of The Firm.

Commenting political expert, Professor Matt Goodwin said: “A plurality of voters are clearly sick and tired of so-called ‘cancel culture’, wanting those who publicly apologise after errors of judgement, such as Lady Hussey, to be able to get on with and rebuild their lives.

“Only a minority of voters think Lady Hussey should remain without her job. Clearly, it is time to rethink cancel culture and move toward a culture that actually leaves room for the possibility of forgiveness.”