Critic brands being born royal a ‘rotten fate’ after Charlotte’s England message

Being part of the Royal Family might seem like a dream for some but one royal critic has branded being born into royalty as a "rotten fate".

Royal critic Daniela Elser has made claims about being born a "prince or princess" following Prince William and Princess Charlotte's message to the England team ahead of the Euro 2022 final last night (July 31).

The Aussie, writing for news.com.au, has claimed that being a member of the most well-known family in the world is difficult for the young royals.

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She was making the comments in regards to a new video released by William showing support for England's Lionesses ahead of the UEFA Women's Euro 2022 win against Germany.

The video was a selfie video of Prince William and daughter Charlotte wishing the team luck.

William said: “We both want to wish the Lionesses the best of luck tonight.

“You've done amazingly in the competition and we're rooting for you all the way”.

The short clip ended with Charlotte saying: “Good luck, I hope you win – bye.”

She then waved as the video posted on Instagram, and other social platforms, ended.

And while the response to the clip was one of warmth towards the couple, Elser was less than pleased about it.

She wrote: “I’m going to make an argument that might make you scoff: To be born a prince or princess in the British royal family would be a rotten fate."

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The expert made comments to the video itself, noticing Charlotte's eyes move.

She added: “You can see her eyes dart off to the side, possibly to her mother the Duchess who, as we know, is a dab hand with a camera.

“William wishes the team luck before Charlotte gets to deliver her line at the end, saying 'Good luck, I hope you win, bye,' and offering a cheery wave.

“It’s short, sweet and should be nothing more than a source of a few million more likes."

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Elser, who isn't actually active on social media at all – continues by stating that the youngest members of the family will find their lives “intruded upon in an unprecedented way” by the use of social media in a modern royal household.

She goes on to urge the family to let the children have a break from being royals during the school holidays, citing content made during these occasions and other trips.

The Daily Star has reached out to William and Kate's team for comment.

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