Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been slammed for moving into the investment world because they "know zero" about finance, an expert has explosively claimed.
They revealed they are becoming "impact partners" and investors at sustainable investment firm Ethic.
The Duke and Duchess said they hoped it would lead more people to "have a seat at the table when decisions are made" and promised to "rethink the nature of investing" in order to help solve pressing global issues.
It is currently unclear how much expertise or previous experience is needed for the partnership.
But Angela Levin, royal biographer, has claimed the couple "know zero" about the profession as they're "not financiers", The Sun reports.
Speaking to GB News, Levin said: "They want to come back [to the UK] every now and again and either film what they're doing or have grievances to talk about when they come back home, but it will keep them up as royals.
"The longer they're away and don't come to the UK, interest in them will diminish because they haven't got an up-to-date understanding of what's going on.
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"They're quite clever with that – they want to keep one finger on the Royal Family in the UK just so they can be attached to companies they know nothing about and can't give them anything – they're not financiers, they know zero – but their names will help them do it and earn pots of money."
In a statement yesterday, the couple said: "When we invest in each other we change the world…
"Be it through the investment of time (as with mentoring), investment in community (as with volunteering), or in the investment of funds (for those who have the means to), our choices – of how and where we put our energy – define us as a global community."
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They added: "We believe it's time for more people to have a seat at the table when decisions are made that impact everyone.
"We want to rethink the nature of investing to help solve the global issues we all face.
"That is one of the ways we put our values in action."
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