Prince Harry’s not so wild about President Donald Trump.
Queen Elizabeth’s grandchild “is not a fan” of Trump and fears America’s 45th president could set back human rights, according to a published report.
Harry, the 32-year-old prince and fifth in line to the throne, has quietly articulated concerns about Trump to his inner circle.
“Harry thinks the president is a serious threat to human rights,” a royal source told Us Weekly.
Harry has “often been vocal” about his disdain for Trump since the real estate developer began his presidential campaign in 2015, a second royal source added.
Kensington Palace declined comment to the magazine.
Trump and the first lady are expected to visit the UK this summer as guests of Harry’s grandmother.
It’s not known whether Harry will have to bite the bullet and greet or entertain Trump when the billionaire lands on UK soil.
Trump received British Prime Minister Theresa May last week as the first foreign head of state to visit the new president.
Harry’s dad, Prince Charles, took a thinly veiled shot at Trump in December, warning his subjects about “populist groups” and their “aggressive” tactics.
“We are now seeing the rise of many populist groups across the world that are increasingly aggressive to those who adhere to a minority faith. All of this has deeply disturbing echoes of the dark days of the 1930s,” the likely future king said in his Dec. 22 “Thought for the Day” address on BBC radio.
“My parents’ generation fought and died in a battle against intolerance, monstrous extremism and inhuman attempts to exterminate the Jewish population of Europe.”
And Harry’s girlfriend, 35-year-old actress Meghan Markle, hasn’t hidden her disdain for Trump at all.
The California native has called the president “misogynistic” and joked about moving north of the border — where her USA Network legal drama, “Suits,” is filmed.
“It’s really the moment that I go, we film ‘Suits’ in Toronto and I might just stay in Canada,” she told Comedy Central back in November.
Source: New York Post