Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been subjected to constant criticism regarding their demands for privacy. They have also been accused of being too political.

This week, Markle announced that she guest-edited the September issue of Vogue, which features 15 trailblazers. Following the announcement, Prince Harry talked about the so-called unconscious bias that leads to racism during his interview with conservationist Jane Goodall.

But according to The Sun journalist Dan Wooton, the Duke of Sussex has been blistering about the smallest criticism of him for years now because he has the thinnest skin among the members of the royal family.

According to Wooton, Prince Harry reads every single thing that is written about him and his wife in the newspapers and online. This is something that Markle doesn’t do because she veers away from any form of negativity.

“Obviously, it’s so much easier for them to blame anything uncomfortable on racism, rather than actually address the fact that much of the negativity towards the couple is coming from within the royal family. But to call the outrage over Meghan’s Vogue guest edit racist in any way is to entirely miss the point,” he said.

The journalist also said that it is quite unfair to assume that the other members of the British clan have not been subjected to the same criticism or even worse. Prince Charles, Princess Diana, and Kate Middleton all experienced the same thing.

“Prince Charles has been the focus of acres of highly barbed column inches, including from me, for continuing to wade into sensitive political issues… To say, Diana Spencer, Sarah Ferguson, Sophie Wessex, and even Kate Middleton had an easier ride is either naïve or delusional,” he said.

When Princess Diana was still alive, she also became the target of criticism when her campaigning against Prince Charles became too political. She was also slammed for describing John Major’s landmine policy as hopeless.

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The Duchess and Duke of Sussex are pictured on Jan. 14, 2019 in Birkenhead, United Kingdom. Danny Lawson/WPA Pool/Getty Images