Prince William angered some Scottish nationalists by assembly former prime minister Gordon Brown throughout his current go to to Scotland. Phil Dampier, a royal biographer, defended the prince and urged the Queen to intervene personally.
He tweeted: “Why any fuss over Prince William assembly Gordon Brown.
“Royals and PMs and ex-PMs meet on a regular basis.
“Charles was near James Callaghan.
“Mayor loss of life with William and Harry funds after Diana’s loss of life.
“Everyone knows the Queen believes within the Union.”
The SNP, and chief Nicola Sturgeon are demanding a second referendum on taking Scotland out of the UK.
In 2014 Scotland voted to stay a part of Britain by 55 p.c of the vote to 45 p.c.
Mr Dampier continued: “The extra I give it some thought the royals ought to communicate out in favour of the Union.
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Mr Dampier has written a lot of books concerning the Royal Household together with ‘Royally Suited: Harry and Meghan in their very own phrases’.
In response to his Tweet journalist, Tessa Clarke requested: “Aren’t they speculated to be above politics?!”
Mr Dampier replied: “Sure, however don’t you suppose that is extra than simply politics?
“Households and tradition all through the UK are intertwined and have been for hundreds of years.”
The Cambridges’ met with Mr Brown on the Queen’s official Edinburgh residence on Thursday.
A Kensington Palace spokesperson mentioned: “Throughout his time in Scotland Prince William has spoken to a broad vary of individuals from completely different communities, together with politicians from throughout the political spectrum.”
Prince William had already met Ms Sturgeon earlier on through the journey.
When in Scotland the Cambridges’ are often known as the Earl and Countess of Strathearn.
Forward of the 2014 referendum, the Queen issued a uncommon remark urging voters to “suppose very rigorously concerning the future”.
The comment was interpreted as useful by distinguished pro-Union campaigners.