Prince Harry and Meghan Markle had made the decision to distance themselves from the royal family in January 2020. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex then sought to become financially independent. It was in February 2021 that Buckingham Palace announced a permanent separation with the Sussexes. Thus, the latter had therefore officially renounced their royal patronages and ceased all activity as an active member of the royal family.
This tension became much more heightened following the shock interview given by the couple to Oprah Winfrey. In this interview, Meghan Markle makes revelations about the royal family, including racist allegations against her and her son Archie. Royal expert Jobson says this whole dire situation could have been avoided if Prince Harry had better prepared his wife for what lay ahead. “It’s a combination of Harry and Meghan’s fault, mainly Harry for not explaining it properly,” Robert Jobson told Page Six.
“Markle had few excuses”
Robert Jobson says Meghan Markle also has a big role to play in this failure. According to the expert, the Duchess of Sussex could have shown a certain curiosity in what she was engaging in before taking the plunge. “It’s up to you to do your own homework if you want to marry a prestigious family,” he said.
Jobson also hints at the impact of the William and Kate couple on Meghan. “When she saw that she had the little house and that William and Kate were the number one couple, she probably didn’t understand that and thought to herself: We can do better than this and she started to market. the royal family, and frankly, that is not acceptable, “says Jobson
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