Meghan Markle said to a friend in tears, "I gave up my whole life for this family" and said that she was "ready to do anything to avoid Megxit," said a bombshell biography.
Excerpts from Finding Freedom claim that an emotional Meghan made the confession in March, months after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced they would step down as high-ranking kings.
"I was ready to do whatever it takes. But here we are, ”she said to a friend. & # 39; It's very sad. & # 39;
The passage published by the Times also suggests that Prince Harry was a driving force behind the couple's shock decision to step down as Royals and move to Los Angeles.
"Basically, Harry wanted to get out," said a source. He always fought deep in this world. She opened the door for him. & # 39;
Meghan Markle (pictured with Prince Harry in March) told a friend in tears, "I gave up my whole life for this family" and, according to a royal bomb biography, had no choice but to stop
Find Freedom: Harry, Meghan, and the emergence of a modern royal family are written by royal observers Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand, who are referred to as "cheerleaders" by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
The biography, published next month and written "with the participation of those closest to the couple" shows the bitter exit of the Sussex people from the monarchy.
Excerpts from the sensational biography claim Harry and Meghan felt "cut off" and frustrated that William and Kate had the best official roles before deciding to go to America.
It is said that they quarreled with palace courtiers about their future plans, which are believed to have emphasized "service to the crown" and made the couple feel "stonewalled".
The biography will also show that the couple was upset that William and Kate got more prestigious royal duties than they did.
Sources have told the mail that the biography will expose the "pressure cooker" of anger and resentment that the couple found working royals.
After the spectacular wedding in May 2018, Harry and Meghan were seen as the future of the Royals and saw an increase in popularity, including a significant increase in social media.
Excerpts from Finding Freedom claim that an emotional Meghan (pictured with her father Thomas) made the confession in March, months after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced they would step down as high-ranking kings
Finding Freedom: Harry, Meghan, and the emergence of a modern royal family were written by royal observers Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand, who are described as "cheerleaders" by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
But the book will say that they felt "unsupported" in what they wanted to do afterwards.
A source told The Sun, "They feel they have received a lot of recognition for their popularity and the success of the wedding – which has led to public support – that they haven't received."
According to the new book, the queen was "blind" when the royal couple announced on Instagram on January 8 that they were leaving The Firm.
It was also understood that the queen was injured by the couple's "sub-optimal behavior".
Insiders told The Telegraph that there was tension between the brothers even before he met Meghan in 2016.
Meghan and Harry have been spotted only a few times since moving to Los Angeles in March, most recently after leaving an appointment in Beverly Hills
The biography will show how upset the couple were that William and Kate were given more prestigious royal duties than they were. Pictured: Meghan and Harry with Archie
A source said: "It was not a rivalry between the brothers, but rather the feeling that they would argue about who would be the leader in their various issues," said one source.
& # 39; Harry felt uncomfortable as a plus. They would show up at premieres and there was a feeling that he felt a bit like a spare part.
& # 39; Long before Meghan, he wanted to change things. He wanted to control his own narrative. He said, "Why can't we use social media or record videos and cut out the press?"
Tensions intensified after William allegedly said his younger brother to one and asked him, "Are you sure about that?" after Harry asked Meghan to marry him.
The Mail believes that Buckingham Palace fears that the book will destroy any hope that Harry and Meghan will fix their relationship with the rest of the royal family.
A spokesman for Harry and Meghan said the couple had not contributed to the book, but had not denied the content of the Times excerpts.
A statement said: “The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were not interviewed and did not contribute to the search for freedom.
"This book is based on the authors' own experience as members of the Royal Press Corps and their own independent reporting."
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