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In departing the royal family, Prince Harry has shown one form of loyalty

Most of us face a crossroads moment at some point—where we can choose to remain where we are or forge a new path. The Sussexes found they had to leave

By Stefan Stern  

Photo: Alamy Stock Photo

In well-run organisations, the so-called “exit interview” given by a departing employee can sometimes provide useful information to help those in charge make necessary changes. The 61-word response from Buckingham Palace to Harry and Meghan’s two-hour interview with Oprah Winfrey does not reveal what—if any—changes the royal family is ready to make.

The “whole family” was “saddened to learn the full extent of how challenging the last few years have been for Harry and Meghan,” the statement began. Look at that sentence again. At face value, it suggests that some, if not all, members of the immediate family…

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