To all lovers of the royal family, a new book has just been published. Brokers: the Hidden Power Behind the Crown, was written by Times royal correspondent Valentine Low. This, through its writing, claims to lift the veil on the mysteries of the palace before the departure of Meghan and Harry.

According to his claims, a lot of tension was felt behind the palace gates shortly before the couple left. The reason ? Harry reportedly told members of the press who had been invited to cover the Royal South Pacific tour: “Thank you for coming, even though you weren’t invited.” The book claimed of this: “It was spectacularly rude and incorrect. The media had been asked to cover the tour. Harry’s staff later told him how badly his remarks had gone. He replied: “Well, you shouldn’t have made me do it.” After which the tension between Harry and his staff did well and truly escalate, and be confirmed.

The ‘Sussex Survivors’ Club’

The book continued about the tensions between the royal couple and their staff: “Things eventually got so bad that Harry and Meghan’s team would later be called the ‘Sussex Survivors’ Club’. of Sussex’ (ed.)] Sources say the team came up with a damning epithet for Meghan: a “narcissistic sociopath”.

As for the disagreements between Princes William and Harry, the book explains that Harry refused to meet his brother to discuss their poor relationship with the rest of the family because he was “worried” it would leak to the press. Moreover, William only realized Harry and Meghan’s displeasure when he saw the comments made in the TV documentary ‘Harry & Meghan: An African Journey’, which aired in October 2019.

William then allegedly tried to arrange a meeting, following which Harry refused, and went abroad a few months later with Meghan, citing a lack of support from the royal family.

An arranged reconciliation between the two brothers following the death of Elizabeth II?

Since then, however, water has flowed under the bridges, but, before the death of the queen, no image proved the reconciliation between the two brothers. Despite the touching images revealed to the world after the death of Elizabeth II, where we see William, Kate, Meghan and Harry together on the Windsor Promenade to go to greet well-wishers and admire the tributes to the Queen, there is a ‘but’ in the story. Indeed, the Times had reported that these reunions, in the form of public reconciliations, only took place after long negotiations.

It was the brand new Prince of Wales, William, who agreed to this walk, and who invited Harry and Meghan to join him and Kate. A royal source said: “The Prince of Wales has invited the Duke and Duchess to join him and the Princess of Wales. The Prince of Wales thought it was an important show of unity to an incredibly difficult time for the family.” The same source added, however, that protracted negotiations preceded the arrival of the two brothers, resulting in a 45-minute delay.

This information therefore raised questions about the sincerity and truth behind these famous public reconciliations. Were the negotiations organizational, about how the walk would go, or personal, about whether Harry and Meghan were also willing to appear publicly with William and Kate from a united and welded way?

This news has, once again, marred the smooth and perfect family picture offered by the two brothers and their wives. There is still a long way to go before tensions disappear in the royal family.

Meghan Markle "narcissistic sociopath": these new testimonies that do not spare her

Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex at the ‘One Young World Summit © Backgrid UK

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