The CEO of Republic, an organization, launches a strong accusation against William and Harry whom he points to have stolen money from charitable foundations
One more scandal looms over royalty, Queen Elizabeth’s grandchildren are in the middle of a strong controversy that could undermine the monarch’s health after being singled out for fraud in their charitable foundations.
A couple of accusations have once again shaken the tranquility of the British royalty after a few weeks ago, strong accusations by the so-called group of hackers Anonymous, placed “Duke Philippe of Edinburgh and his son Andrés ” at the beginning of the scene.
Now, when the waters seemed to calm down, a new blow for the royals is in sight, the children of Diana and Carlos and grandchildren of Queen Elizabeth II are accused of stealing money from one of their charitable foundations.
This, according to the CEO of the organizations that preside over the royals in the United Kingdom, who directly point them out.
Apparently, Graham Smith, CEO of Republic, an organization, would have requested, the royal family is removed from their positions, and the monarchy in the United Kingdom is dissolved.
He reportedly made such a petition to the Charity Commission, the body charged with regulating the country’s charities, “that the Duke of Sussex and the Duke of Cambridge unlawfully moved Royal Foundation funds.”
In addition, Graham explained that the moment Meghan and Harry decided to part ways with the foundation they shared with Kate Middleton and William, they were awarded £ 145,000 to launch the Sussex Royal and around £ 144,000 to Travalyst, an organization run by the parents. of Prince Archie coming out of royalty.
According to the complainant, “said charities are not complying with the guidelines regarding the proper use of charity funds and may be violating their duty to act independently and exclusively in the interest of their objectives,” published the Vanitatis port.
Apparently, the Royal Foundation would have transparently shown the transfer to the Sussex Royal, however, the CEO of Republic, points out that it was not the same with Travalyst, of whom he details is not a charity but a commercial organization, which would make the movements of form illegal since the almost 300 thousand pounds are not “properly out of pocket”. Points out.
“The Royal Foundation made a payment of £ 145,000 to Sussex Royal and £ 144,901 to a non-charity (Travalyst). In both cases it appears that the sole reason for the decision was the personal relationship between two patrons, the Duke of Sussex and the Duke of Cambridge … the main objective of the payments seems to support the brother of a sponsor rather than the objectives of the Royal Foundation (in the first instance) and to support the administrator’s own pet project “, specified said medium.