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The bells of Westminster Abbey do not ring for Meghan Markle's birthday


OH NO! Will this give the Duke and Duchess of Sussex another reason to be angry?

I heard that Westminster Abbey won't ring on Meghan's birthday next month.

To make the injury worse, they were called on the birthday of the troubled Prince Andrew in February, even though he had resigned from his royal duties.

They are supposed to ring for Princess Anne's birthday 11 days after Meghan's birthday. And they will ring the bell again to celebrate the Duchess of Cambridge, who will be 39 in January.

Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, is visiting the University of Johannesburg in South Africa on October 1, 2019. Westminster Abbey will not ring for Meghan's birthday

A spokesman for the abbey, where Prince William and Kate were married in 2011, tells me: “The bells are usually rung on the birthdays of high-ranking members of the royal family and on the successor of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their children. & # 39;

However, Harry is sixth on the throne, two places ahead of Andrew.

Meghan currently lives with Harry and her one-year-old son Archie in a luxury hideaway in Beverly Hills owned by Hollywood tycoon Tyler Perry – after moving from Canada to LA in March.

The couple left the UK to stay in a $ 14.1 million waterfront mansion on Vancouver Island, Canada last Christmas.

They are supposed to ring for Princess Anne's birthday 11 days after Meghan's birthday. And they will ring the bell again to celebrate the Duchess of Cambridge, who will be 39 in January. The abbey is pictured

They are supposed to ring for Princess Anne's birthday 11 days after Meghan's birthday. And they will ring the bell again to celebrate the Duchess of Cambridge, who will be 39 in January. The abbey is pictured

They fulfilled their last public royal duty before leaving the monarchy on March 9th at Westminster Abbey's Commonwealth Service.

Royal author Tom Quinn told the Daily Star that the Duke of Sussex LA doesn't hate but has trouble finding his role in the United States.

He said that it had always been a problem in their relationship that Harry was carried away by Meghan's positive energy.

"Harry feels slightly lost because he is now experiencing what Meghan has experienced here in America," said Tom.

The bells rang on the birthday of the troubled Prince Andrew (pictured on July 15) in February, even though he had resigned from his royal duties

The bells rang on the birthday of the troubled Prince Andrew (pictured on July 15) in February, even though he had resigned from his royal duties

He went on to explain that while Harry was "carried away" by Meghan's "positive" energy when they tied the knot in May 2018, Harry has been struggling to fill the days in LA ever since.

"It has always been a problem, Meghan is a dynamo, she's full of positive energy that would sweep Harry away, but when the honeymoon is over, you still have to fill the days."

The author further claimed that after speaking to sources close to the couple, he believed that Harry was "really struggling" with his life situation and found it difficult to find work.

Harry was "carried away" by Meghan's "positive" energy when they made the bond in May 2018. Since then, according to a royal author, he's had trouble filling the days in LA

Harry was "carried away" by Meghan's "positive" energy when they made the bond in May 2018. Since then, according to a royal author, he's had trouble filling the days in LA

He added that although he doesn't hate living in the US, he experiences the same confusion that the Duchess of Sussex faced when she lived in the UK.

Earlier this week, the Duchess was criticized by London-based experienced royal photographer Arthur Edwards (79), who claimed she had "no intention" of living in Britain after marrying Prince Harry.

He claimed that a stay in the UK was not part of Meghan Markle's "plans" – despite £ 2.4m of tax money being spent on the Frogmore Cottage renovation.

When he spoke about TalkRadio, he said, “With all the renovation of the house in Frogmore and the money they spent on it, she had no intention of staying here.

Arthur, who has been photographing the Duke of Sussex since the day the King was born, also described a change in Prince Harry's behavior towards the media.

The couple currently live in a luxurious hideaway in Beverly Hills that belongs to Hollywood tycoon Tyler Perry with his one-year-old son Archie

The couple currently live in a luxurious hideaway in Beverly Hills owned by Hollywood tycoon Tyler Perry with his one-year-old son Archie

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex and their young son Archie Mountbatten-Windsor will meet Archbishop Desmond Tutu in 2019

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex and their young son Archie Mountbatten-Windsor will meet Archbishop Desmond Tutu in 2019

"Unfortunately, he's gotten mad in the last few years," he said. “He hasn't spoken to me in a year. I have photographed him since he was born and it was because of her. & # 39;

He went on to explain how the media had asked three times to organize a meeting with the Duchess – but it never happened.

"I think the moment she married Harry it was" Right, let's get out of here as soon as possible, "he added." I mean, it was ridiculous. "

After traveling to LA at the start of the pandemic, the photographer claimed that Meghan had changed clothes and flew directly to Heathrow Airport to fly to Los Angeles.

He added: "It is not in her plans and she is pulling Harry along and unfortunately he was involved."

It comes a few days after the photographer claims that Prince Harry's criticism of the Commonwealth shows "has lost the plot" and "should stop listening to his wife".

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