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Royal fans slam ’embarrassing’ Harry after ‘fake and cringeworthy’ celeb snaps

Prince Harry showed how well he has adjusted to Hollywood life as he embraced Jennifer Hudson at the a glitzy awards ceremony.

The Duke of Sussex, 38, who lives in a $14m (£10.5) mansion in Montecito, California, with his wife Meghan Markle and their children were snapped at the event mingling with Hollywood A-listers before collecting the honour for their charity work at the NACCP Awards.

But some royal fans have branded the embrace he had with the Dream Girls star and other celebrities as 'embarrassing' as they claim the snaps were 'fake and cringeworthy.'

One royal fan wrote: "He is so desperately pathetic to cling on to people he doesn't know but declares war on his family and doesn't see his lifelong friends. Hope he is happy with this state of affairs."

Another added: "He will hug anyone. Doesn't mean there is a close relationship. They are so desperate for A list friends it oozes out of their pores."

A third said: "What an embarrassment to the UK. You are welcome to the Harkless! Hope they stay there for good."

However, others were happy for the pair as they received their 'well-deserved' honour.

One fan commented: "Good for Harry. I hope he's enjoying his new life in America with Meghan and their two children."

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Another added: "Harry is so much happier now that he has his soul mate and children, and has moved to lovely CA where people treat him with the respect such a good world citizen & humanitarian deserves."

A third said: "They both look so much happier and relaxed than they ever did in England. There's enough hate in the world, good for them for finding happiness."

The news comes after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex received that 53rd National Association for the Advancement of Coloured People Image Awards for "heeding the call to social justice and joining the struggle for equity around the world".

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The pair released a joint statement describing the "true honour" adding that the efforts of the NAACP for racial justice were as "vital" today as they were more than a hundred years ago when it was founded.

Harry and Meghan's statement said: "It's a true honour to be recognised by President Derrick Johnson and the NAACP, whose efforts to propel racial justice and civil rights are as vital today as they were nearly 115 years ago.

"We're proud to support the NAACP's work and to also partner with the organisation on the newly created annual NAACP-Archewell Digital Civil Rights Award, which will be bestowed to Dr Safiya Noble as part of the 53rd NAACP Image Awards."

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