Since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made the decision to cease being active members of the British Royal Family just over two years ago, tensions with the Crown have been constant, not only because of the numerous statements made in interviews such as which they gave to Oprah Winfrey, exposing some of the ins and outs they learned during their ‘short’ stay in London.
The official reunion between the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and Harry’s relatives took place last June to mark the events celebrating the Platinum Jubilee of the late Queen Elizabeth II. Previously, Princess Diana’s youngest son had traveled alone to attend the funeral of his grandfather, the Duke of Edinburgh. On that occasion, Meghan was unable to attend as she was in an advanced state of pregnancy as she was expecting her second daughter, Lilibet Diana. That’s why so much that arouses so much anticipation when Harry and Meghan appear, and more so when they do it together, as every gesture or movement in all corners of the world is analyzed with a magnifying glass, as has happened during the acts and state funeral of Elizabeth II.
Now details have come to light about how Meghan Markle became part of her husband’s family. Remember it was in 2017 when their official dating came to light and in 2018 they said ‘yes I do’ at Windsor Castle. There is already a new book in circulation called Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall: From Outcast to Queen Consortby biographer Angela Levin, who reveals the upbringing of the new Queen Consort and how she became one of the leading members of the royal family.
It is in the aforementioned issue where Meghan is said to have been “insensitive” to Camilla’s offers of advice and support when she first joined the family. Camilla wanted to help the former actress adjust to her new life, but Markle was described as “boring, unresponsive and preferred to go her own way” after attempts to Stretcher to support her as he took her to private lunches, according to claims in an excerpt from the book published in the Telegraph. The book describes in detail that King Charles III’s wife wanted to help the Duchess “find her balance” between the pressure of being pushed into the public sphere and the criticism she was likely to face. An anonymous source told the book’s author that Camilla of Cornwall “wants to see no one fight” and that “he loves meghan”. Despite Camilla’s efforts, however, Meghan didn’t seem to change her attitude, Ms Levin said.
According to El Sol, the current King of England hosted a dinner at Balmoral Castle in Scotland on the day Queen Elizabeth II died. At the time, Prince Harry was alone without his wife, as his father had indicated. Reason why the prince was upset and boycotted the family gathering, as indicated by the aforementioned medium. It was essential for Harry that Meghan Markle was by his side after the loss of his grandmother, but that was not possible. In fact, he was the first member to leave the aforementioned enclave at dawn the next day and, as the photographers recorded, the Duke of Sussex had a visibly sad face.
Source: Marie Claire