We all have that one friend whom we talk to about everything, from gossips to heartaches, the pal is always there to hear whatever we have to say.
But that doesn’t mean tolerating what’s wrong with what you did or condoning your bad behavior because a true one would not be afraid to be brutally honest with you.
On the other hand, in a skip of a beat, a thoughtful person would rush to your defense whenever naysayers have something to say about you.
Breaking Silence if Needed
As for Prince Harry, he has polo player Nacho Figueras – a friend we all deserve and need. But unlike what we’ve imagined, the athlete has always been shy when asked about the Duke of Sussex and his wife Meghan Markle. However, the royal can certainly count on the Argentine when the need arises.
Like for example, when a reporter asked Nacho a question somewhat criticizing the new father for leaving his newborn and the Duchess behind for work in Italy, he slammed the interviewer for twisting the narrative and making Prince Harry look like he was just out flying to another country so he can play polo when in fact it was for the benefit of the children in Africa.
Although Nacho clarified that we are smart enough to know that the headline is not the end of the story, kids who particularly don’t focus much on the article may get the wrong impression about the father of Archie Harrison. Why the sudden breaking out of his silence? He said it was because the gossips bothered him so much and because the high-profile couple is usually “misinterpreted.”
All Praises for Prince Harry
Nacho, who is also known as polo’s David Beckham, also took to Instagram to gush over the new dad and to spread what he knows about him. After all, if there’s someone who has an authority to speak about Prince Harry, that’s the hunk because he knows him personally.
The 42-year-old described the Duke as a compassionate and kind person he has known for the past years. Nacho went on to say that he found what Prince Harry keeps doing inspiring and revealed he was “honored” to be his friend.
On Baby Archie
Apart from admiring what the royal does, the polo player also shared that his pal was very happy about the arrival of the seventh in line to the throne, which was born on May 6. In fact, the athlete believes his friend will be a great father because he loves kids, this was after witnessing how Prince Harry interacted with children in Africa.
Nacho, who visited baby Archie in Windsor with his wife Delfina Blaquier, also said that the chance of the child being a polo player is high, considering the many polo players in the royal family.