PR specialist Paul MacKenzie-Cummins has advised Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to salvage their relationship with the British public by avoiding high profile interviews.
The reputation management and PR specialist believes the Duke and Duchess of Sussex can gain favour with British public by staying away from talk shows.
Harry's sweetheart recently appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show where she discussed certain aspects of her marriage to the Queen's grandson.
The Duchess previously disclosed certain details regarding the Royal Family during her explosive chat with US Tv host Oprah Winfrey . Her bombshell interview had reportedly angered the royals and the British people.
According to Paul, this type of media attention should be avoided as it woks like a fuel to the fire.
Paul, in conversation with a media outlet, explained: "There was an outpouring of empathy for the couple when they stated they wished to avoid the same press intrusion as Princess Diana has been subjected to, who Harry blames for contributing to her tragic death.
The PR specialist believes certain high-profile interview should not be conducted. "Their reputations can be salvaged but they must agree on what they wish to stand for."
He went on to say: "Do they want to avoid press intrusion? Then stop appearing on high profile TV shows and negotiating $100 million deals with the likes of Netflix and NBC."
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are advised to focus more on their charitable efforts and shine the light on those who are most disadvantaged and whose lives you can enhance. In this way, according to the expert, the royal couple may win hearts British public.
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