It’s a new bomb that would have been good for the British royal family. On August 11, 2020, the book Finding Freedom, written by Carolyn Durand and Omid Scobie, should be available in bookstores. The authors claim to offer readers exclusive revelations on the reasons which prompted the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to distance themselves from their royal duties. However, Queen Elizabeth II could be the one who would be “the most upset” by this work. It could “open up old wounds at a time when everyone was hoping to move on.” She could still be reassured to learn that neither Prince Harry nor Meghan Markle contributed to the novel, as reported by the Daily Mail.
In the book, we discover in particular the two words which would be at the origin of the quarrel between the two sons of Prince Charles. The queen would have been totally surprised by the choice of the parents of little Archie. “The element of surprise, the blindness of the queen, for the other directors who are all very aware of this, and rightly so, was deeply upsetting,” testified a relative of the royal family in the novel. Since their marriage, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have felt left out of the royal family. The authors describe them as having been “alone” and “under pressure”. Moreover, contrary to what everyone may think, it would not be the former actress who absolutely wanted to distance herself from the royal family, but rather Prince Harry.
Prince Harry no longer felt a place in the royal family
Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand even claim he sent an email to Queen Elizabeth II and her father, Prince Charles, to let them know of his willingness to step away from his royal duties and spend more time abroad.
Queen Elizabeth II of England takes a train at King’s Lynn station in Norfolk for rent © Agence / Bestimage