Vanessa Feltz attacks Prince Harry for talking about his grief over mother’s death for a fee 

Vanessa Feltz has slammed Prince Harry for being paid a rumoured £750,000 to speak at a JP Morgan summit in Miami.

The TV personality, 57, from London appeared alongside broadcaster Jamie East , 45, on ITV’s This Morning to speak to Ruth and Eamonn Holmes about Harry and Meghan’s bid to take the financial burden from British taxpayers and become independent.

Addressing his recent keynote speech on Thursday night, which saw Harry, 35, bravely telling American bankers he has been in therapy for seven years to cope with loss of his mother, Vanessa slammed the move. 

She argued that personalities shouldn’t receive a fee for ‘charity type work’, as Eamonn agreed.

Vanessa Feltz has slammed Prince Harry for being paid a rumoured £750,000 to speak at a JP Morgan summit in Miami

Vanessa Feltz has slammed Prince Harry for being paid a rumoured £750,000 to speak at a JP Morgan summit in Miami

Vanessa Feltz has slammed Prince Harry for being paid a rumoured £750,000 to speak at a JP Morgan summit in Miami

The TV personality, 57, from London appeared alongside broadcaster Jamie East , 45, on ITV's This Morning to speak to Ruth and Eamonn Holmes about Harry and Meghan's (seen last month) bid to take the financial burden from British taxpayers and become independent

The TV personality, 57, from London appeared alongside broadcaster Jamie East , 45, on ITV's This Morning to speak to Ruth and Eamonn Holmes about Harry and Meghan's (seen last month) bid to take the financial burden from British taxpayers and become independent

The TV personality, 57, from London appeared alongside broadcaster Jamie East , 45, on ITV’s This Morning to speak to Ruth and Eamonn Holmes about Harry and Meghan’s (seen last month) bid to take the financial burden from British taxpayers and become independent

Vanessa said: ‘I think some people are asking how much his emotional baggage is really for sale? How much are you really going to bare your breast and stand on podiums and take home a cheque for saying how terrible you felt when your mother passed away?.

‘Obviously he’s allowed to talk about it and we want people to talk about mental health and bereavement, but for a fee? Does that feel right?’

Eamonn added: ‘I don’t think anyone should do any charity type work for a fee.

‘What we don’t want is hypocrisy. Now we’ve got them on the circuit with Harry getting £750,000 for talking about his emotional wellbeing’. 

Addressing his recent keynote speech on Thursday night, which saw Harry, 35, bravely telling American bankers he has been in therapy for seven years to cope with loss of his mother, Vanessa slammed the move

Addressing his recent keynote speech on Thursday night, which saw Harry, 35, bravely telling American bankers he has been in therapy for seven years to cope with loss of his mother, Vanessa slammed the move

Addressing his recent keynote speech on Thursday night, which saw Harry, 35, bravely telling American bankers he has been in therapy for seven years to cope with loss of his mother, Vanessa slammed the move

But addressing today’s reports that the Sussexes’ staff have been made redundant amid their move to Canada, Jamie defended them and said: ‘I’m not quite sure what we expected them to do. They’ve gone to Canada – what are their staff going to be doing?

‘They can’t do right for doing wrong. They’re either told off for being stuck up or too regal. Would we rather have this or Kate and William?’.

Last week an expert claimed the couple, who left the royal family three weeks ago for Canada in search of a private life, would have been ‘extremely well paid for the gig in Miami’.

Vanessa argued that personalities shouldn't receive a fee for 'charity type work', as Eamonn agreed

Vanessa argued that personalities shouldn't receive a fee for 'charity type work', as Eamonn agreed

Vanessa argued that personalities shouldn’t receive a fee for ‘charity type work’, as Eamonn agreed

Eamonn added: 'I don't think anyone should do any charity type work for a fee

Eamonn added: 'I don't think anyone should do any charity type work for a fee

Eamonn added: ‘I don’t think anyone should do any charity type work for a fee

Ronn Torossian, CEO of New York-based firm 5W Public Relations, said he expects the couple to have made between $500,000 and $1million (£387,000 and £775,000) from the appearance.

Today it was reported that Harry and Meghan are thought to be axing 15 staff and closing their Buckingham Palace office. 

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex reportedly broke the news to their team in person in January following the announcement that they were stepping down as senior working royals.

While one or two may be absorbed back into the royal household, most are now negotiating redundancy packages.

Today it was reported that Harry and Meghan (seen last October) are thought to be axing 15 staff and closing their Buckingham Palace office

Today it was reported that Harry and Meghan (seen last October) are thought to be axing 15 staff and closing their Buckingham Palace office

Today it was reported that Harry and Meghan (seen last October) are thought to be axing 15 staff and closing their Buckingham Palace office

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