It is a “dangerous accusation” that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have blurted out. During their interview with Oprah Winfrey, the Sussex couple made numerous accusations against the royal family. Between the accusations against some Windsors of harboring lies against them, they also denounced the racist innuendos made about their son Archie even before his birth. And if for them the queen has always been irreproachable against them, it would not be the same for those around her. In particular his advisers, for some “bad” as declared by Meghan Markle and Prince Harry.
“They [in Windsor, editor’s note] are concerned about a particularly dangerous accusation which has so far been little noticed”, underlines a journalist from the Mail on Sunday, who specifies that it is about “the insinuation of Sussex to Oprah that there is some sort of distinction between the Queen – whom they have tried to say is beyond reproach – and the institution of the monarchy itself. ” In the sights of the Sussexes? The advisers of Elizabeth II, who would be at the origin of many disappointments of the couple.
Elizabeth II surrounded by “bad advice”?
Like this time when they were invited to Sandringham upon their return from Canada on January 6, 2020, before the invitation was canceled by Elizabeth II’s private secretary. “My grandmother had said ‘by the time you land, come to Sandringham, we would love to have you come for tea, why don’t you stay for dinner as it’s going to be a long drive”, had thus reported Prince Harry, who upon arrival in the UK received a message explaining that they were ultimately unable to come because “the Queen is busy, and she will be busy all week.” After having contacted the queen, he finally concluded that she had received “bad advice”, once again denouncing the actions of the Firm.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry © Capture TV CBS via Bestimage