Meghan Markle was an active member of the royal family.
The problem for Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, is her overconfidence, according to Robert Lacey.
Tom Bower, another royal author accuses Prince Harry’s wife, Duke of Sussex, of refusing to change her approach.
Robert Lacey, quoted by The Mirror article of November 8, 2022, is the author of the book “Battle of Brothers”. The Mirror refers to the fact that the Firm is having difficulty finding a role for the heir brothers and sisters – the “spares” – and their husbands and wives. In his book, author Lacey said: ‘What you have to realize is that the whole strategy of the monarchy was based on them sticking together. He goes on to say that “Meghan has changed all that. She’s difficult”, before clarifying: “She has an incredible and dangerous level of self-confidence”.
According to Lacey, the Palace has always treated “second-borns” like Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, 38, badly, given that he is the younger brother of Prince William, Prince of Wales, 40. “They just don’t know what to do with the substitute and they certainly don’t know what to do with the substitute’s wife,” the royal author said. Tom Bower, another royal author, confirms how 41-year-old former actress Meghan Markle was difficult for the Palace and the Royal Family to deal with. In his book ‘Revenge: Meghan, Harry and the War Between the Windsors’, Tom Bower suggests it’s because Prince Harry’s wife refused to change her approach to her royal responsibilities.
Meghan Markle: the Duchess of Sussex refused to learn the tricks of the trade
Tom Bower compared the approaches of Kate Middleton, Princess of Wales, and Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, to their respective responsibilities. According to him, Prince William’s wife took a cautious approach to royal duties. Kate Middleton’s approach was to “learn the ropes” before taking on royal duties. Still according to Bower, quoted by The Mirror, Meghan Markle, meanwhile, kept “running alone”. “But what was her destination? And with whom was she running? Did she realize that the royal family was running together under the aegis of the monarch, and not as competitive individuals?” Asks the author.
Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex © Agency