A courtier in the royal household said Meghan Markle has something I don't trust, as a shocking new book claims.
The book Finding Freedom claims that tensions have arisen as soon as Meghan has been introduced to members of the royal household.
A source said: "She comes with a lot of luggage." Another suggested: There is only one thing about her that I don't trust. & # 39;
A royal courtier claimed that Meghan Markle has something I don't trust, according to a shocking new book on the Duchess' introduction to palace life. The Duchess is pictured here in July 2018 with her husband, Prince Harry, at Marlborough House
Finding Freedom has critically examined the relationship between the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, depicted here on November 11, 2018 in the Tomb of the Unknown Warrior at Westminster Abbey
According to the book, palace officials branded Meghan "Duchess Different". The couple, pictured here in October 2019 in Johannesburg, South Africa at a reception
According to the book, Meghan believed that much of the criticism was based on the fact that she was a colored woman.
According to the Sunday Times, a friend of Meghan said palace officials branded her "Duchess different".
The source, which was not mentioned, claimed: “People have a problem with that. She is the easiest person in the world to work with. Certain people just don't like her to stand out. & # 39;
A website to clarify the future of Harry and Meghan was "deeply annoying" for members of the royal family and "hurt the queen," a new book says.
Finding Freedom, published in The Times and Sunday Times, said the couple were forced to take action after a story became known that they would stay in Canada permanently.
The book's authors, Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand, wrote that a royal source denied having divulged the story, and instead blamed the couple for being frustrated in the ongoing conversations at the palace … They wanted to force the decision, breaking them open. & # 39;
The couple denies this claim, reports The Times.
On January 8th, Harry and Meghan used their Instagram page to share the news of their future plans and launched the sussexroyal.com website.
The book's authors also claim that Sussex's announcement to leave the royal family has violated the queen, pictured here with Meghan on June 14, 2018 in Cheshire
The authors of the book write: “It provided clarity about their decision to be financially independent, which was not only to have more freedom in their work, but also to remove the tabloid justification of having access to their lives.
The website surprised everyone, the authors write.
"Aides and family members knew the couple wanted to resign, but the website, which exposed the details of their half-in-half-out model as if it were a deal, put the queen in a difficult position."
Buckingham Palace made a brief statement 15 minutes after the Sussexes were given up, but the helpers, including the Queen's private secretary, were "angry".
And there were significant reactions from other royals. A source said the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh were "devastated".
A senior member of the household was quoted in the book as saying, “The surprise element, the queen's blindsiding, for the other principals, who are all rightly aware of this, was profoundly unsettling.
& # 39; The family is very private and takes it to the public area when they are told not to hurt the queen.
"It set out what the Sussexes wanted in a statement without first consulting with Her Majesty – and she is the head of the institution."