Snitch and Ditch

And Harry is such a booby .
She wouldn’t have looked twice at him if he were not a rich prince .

Hmm, sounds like you feel Harry isn’t worth a second look.

I quite like and admire his ability to depend on himself and not his family. Especially since they are all equally worthless.

In your dreams :wink:

folks need to stop “Egging” other folks on :icon_wink:

His father financed him until he was 38 still probably does.
He is immensely wealthy from inherited money how is that depending on himself ?

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You interpreted my statement about Harry in the wrong context. I wasn’t referring to money.
He depends on himself for reliability, self confidence, good judgment as to what’s right for himself and his immediate family (M and the children), and choices about his own lifestyle. Working with a spouse, building a home together for the children, loving and supportive. Closeness to your family is key.

That’s a small circle .
Both him and her have fathers .
Charles may not have been the best father but he had a brother and aunts and uncles who doted on him ,
Thomas Markle was an exemplary father gave his daughter everything .
So much for closeness

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