Damaging implications of Prince Harry, Meghan Markle’s royal exist finally tallied and laid bare by experts
Experts have lifted the veil off of the extent of the damage done by Prince Harry, Meghan Markle following their royal exit. This revelation has been made by royal author Clive Irving during his interviews with Express UK.

 

 

There the biographer was quoted saying, “I think it is greatly overblown, if you look at the effects of it on the institution itself, I think they’ve weathered it quite well.” “I think it’s a question of the relationship of the two brothers and they seem to be being reconciled now.”

 

 

The author also went on to add, “I think that Meghan raised a very important issue about the lack of diversity in the staffing of the palace” during her time. Especially since “The palace must reflect the world outside not the world inside, and they still haven’t made that adjustment but I think the two boys are going to get together again, they’re kind of natural companions.”

 

 

Photographer admits working with Prince Harry, Meghan Markle was depressing
A royal photographer has admitted that working with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle was “depressing”. Speaking on I’ve Got News For You podcast Arthur Edwards spoke on his relationship with the royal family, which he shared had grown beyond his profession.

 

 
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However, after the Duke of Sussex met Meghan Markle, Arthur said that he had felt uncomfortable being around the couple. “Camilla would always say hello, Kate says hello, William, yeah, they’re all very friendly and so was Harry until he met Meghan, and then he became very very distant and he became almost, well, it was miserable,” he said.

 

 

“In fact in the end I didn’t do Harry’s tours. I didn’t do Harry’s tour of Australia, not with Meghan. I didn’t do Harry’s tour of South Africa with Meghan. “I just find it very depressing with them. They just hated the media and it was miserable so I ducked out of them and sort of went with Charles to New Zealand and you know places like that.”

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