Crown intimidated? In 2016, Meghan Markle met Prince Harry during a blind date organized by a friend. Under the spell, the Duke of Sussex therefore hoped that his family would be just as conquered by his beautiful. But according to the historian Robert Lacey, author of the book Battle of Brothers quoted by the British tabloid The Mirror this Friday, October 2, the ex-actress would have disconcerted the Firm with an asset considered “dangerous” for the monarchy by the biographer . “What you have to understand is that the whole strategy of the monarchy was based on their cohesion,” he says, “Meghan changed all that.”
Due, the confident personality and the hardened and assumed character of Meghan Markle. “She’s difficult. She has an incredible and dangerous level of self-confidence,” said Robert Lacey. A strong woman with feminist and progressive values in the face of which the Windsor-Mountbatten clan, anchored in tradition, did not know what to do. And according to the historian, Prince Harry was not at the end of his sentences because of his place in the royal family of England, a clan which would treat “second-born children badly.” “They just don’t know what to do with the spare and they certainly don’t know what to do with his wife,” says Robert Lacey. As the younger brother of a future king and sixth in line in the order of succession to the throne of England, little Archie’s dad has built a new life for himself, his meeting with Meghan Markle having opened his eyes to “something rotten in the heart of royalty that is not for him.”
Harry and William still at odds
What to encourage the ex-journalist of 76 years to sweep aside any hope of reconciliation between Prince Harry and Prince William, in cold for several months. Robert Lacey informs that between the two dukes, the rift is “worse than you think.” “If this breach between the brothers is not healed in one way or another, it will continue with the abdication crisis and Diana’s death as one of the traumas that changed the monarchy,” writes there, still in Battle of Brothers. Isolated in Los Angeles, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry could nevertheless take a step towards the Crown by celebrating Christmas at Windsor Castle (before spending the start of 2021 in the United Kingdom to ensure commitments close to their hearts). .. provided that the coronavirus pandemic allows them to do so.
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