Prince Harry has hit back at critics who accuse him of being insensitive to the victims of a fatal train crash in the UK last month.
Speaking at a rally for victims of the July 2015 rail accident, the prince said he was “not the kind” of person to lecture other people about how to live safely, adding that he was a “very sensitive” person.
Speaking to a crowd of thousands of people, the Duke of Edinburgh said he had never been asked to apologise for the deaths of his family or anyone else.
“I’m not the sort of person that should be talking about how the world works, or how to do things properly,” he said.
“But that’s what we have to live with.
That’s what it’s about.
That is what we’re about.”
The accident in July left 40 people dead, including the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
Harry and Catherine are among the families whose relatives are among those injured in the tragedy.
The Duke’s brother Prince Charles and sister Princess Diana are among them.
The prince also said he “could not understand” the criticism, but would never apologize for people who died.
“You think you’re going to be the only one, right?
So, I am not that kind of guy, so to speak, to lecture others about how they should live their lives,” he added.”
And I think that’s one of the things that’s so frustrating, is that people have a right to express their opinion, but I think it’s important for people to have a voice.”
We don’t need to be lectured by others.