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The expert says, "It is clear that Finding Freedom authors have spoken to people who are close to Harry and Meghan."


Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's closest confidants spoke "clearly" with the authors of Finding Freedom, a royal expert who said the book supports existing reports of the couple's bitter divide with The Firm.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex emphasized last night that they had not contributed to the upcoming biography, which records how their misery in the royal ranks led to a dramatic exit earlier this year.

Author Omid Scobie confirmed that neither he nor co-author Carolyn Durand spoke to the couple, but boasted access to their inner circle to give readers a unique insight into the Megxit saga.

Excerpts from the book will be published this weekend by The Times, showing how Harry and William's relationships have deteriorated, while describing the Queen's annoyance that her grandson's announcement is "blind".

Historian Kate Williams said that Finding Freedom, while working out the blurry timeline before Megxit, is simply weighting much of the report, like her deep disillusionment with royal life, on what is already known.

But she admitted that the authors, who are fans of the Sussexes and hope that the book will "correct the record", "certainly" had been well informed by friends of the couple.

She told Sky News: "Harry and Meghan have denied any involvement in the book, but it is clear that the book's authors, Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand, have spoken to people who are close to Harry and Meghan because there are many reports on how Harry feels and some of them are really moving. & # 39;

She added: “Much of this confirms what has already been said. We know they were upset, so we left them from the royal family in January …

"I think with this book we don't know exactly how much Harry and Meghan have spoken to them or not, but it seems that friends who are close to them have given them words."

In other explosive snippets that are being searched this afternoon:

  • Harry felt "unprotected" by his family and belittled within the palace walls because he was "too sensitive and open".
  • He believed that some of the old guards "simply didn't like Meghan and would stop at nothing to make life difficult for her";
  • Senior courtiers in other households felt that the worldwide popularity of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex "must be limited";
  • The royal "establishment" feared that the popularity of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex "could outshine that of the royal family itself";
  • Meghan's relationship with the Duchess of Cambridge was so frosty that Kate refused to make eye contact with her sister-in-law at her last engagement in March.
  • Harry felt disappointed by his brother, Prince William, who is said to have barely recognized his existence at the Westminster Abbey event for the Commonwealth.
  • Negotiations on separation from the royal family were mainly about money. An adjutant joked that Meghan should launch a range of beauty products.

Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, will attend the Endeavor Fund Awards at the Mansion House in London on March 5, 2020

Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, will participate in the Commonwealth Day Service 2020 on March 9, 2020

Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, will participate in the Commonwealth Day Service 2020 on March 9, 2020

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.

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.

Prince Harry started arguing with William years before the Megxit, and tensions escalated when his brother asked, "Are you sure about this?" New biography claims about his plan to marry Meghan Markle

The relationship between Prince Harry and Prince Williams began to collapse shortly after the younger king announced that he would marry Meghan Markle.

A new biography claims that "really harmful things were said and done" before the wedding.

However, Prince William took his brother aside in November 2017 and asked, "Are you sure about that?"

According to Carolyn Durrand's and Omid Scobie's book Finding Freedom, the Cambridges did not particularly welcome Meghan when they arrived in the UK.

A source told The Telegraph: “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.

& # 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?"

According to sources, Kate and William were satisfied with the traditional royal answer "never complain, never explain".

Instead, Harry and Meghan wanted to answer any negative story.

Royal's sources claimed that this approach was counterproductive and some claimed that Meghan was "very difficult to work with".

The 33-year-old Scobie, who wrote the book with US journalist Durand, has rubbed his shoulders on the couple's royal entourage during numerous press trips and is a cheerleader of the couple, who has had different opinions in Britain.

He told The Times: "It's not all from Harry and Meghan's perspective, but I think for the first time we can actually hear what is going on in their thoughts."

He also made it clear that there were no interviews or confidential discussions with the couple who distanced themselves from the book last night.

A spokesman for the couple 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.

Scobie met Durand when she worked for the US news channel ABC. She has produced several interviews with members of the royal family, including Harry.

The co-authors spent two years writing the book, which began shortly after the Sussexes' wedding in 2018 and will be published next month.

The description of the book states that "only a few know the true story of Harry and Meghan" and promises to go beyond the headlines to reveal unknown details of Harry and Meghan's life together and to dispel the many rumors and misunderstandings that the couple has both sides of the world plague pond.

But royal commentators have questioned the extent to which the book actually opens the lid for something new.

Royal historian Williams said to Sky News this afternoon: “These are two royal correspondents who followed Harry and Meghan, who they know well and know their sources well.

“Much of this supports what has already been said. We know they were upset. That is why we left her from the royal family in January and what is also in the book.

"How it was a very cold relationship during the March Commonwealth Service and I think we all saw that there was a lot of stiffness and bad luck there and that Harry and Meghan were not part of the initial procession. & # 39;

Scobie's and Durand's report claims that Meghan and Harry fought courtiers who feared they would become more popular than the royal family themselves, and singled out William and Kate for criticizing their allegedly freezing the couple.

Scobie has also pointed to racism in the ranks of the Royal, saying, "There are people who like to take a look at how they see the world." – and the book claims that the couple "took the monarchy to new heights around the world".

In a tearful remark to a friend, the Duchess of Sussex claimed that she had given up her "whole life for this family" and then had no choice but to stop – but she could not imagine wanting to enter something regal again. after the Megxit.

It also describes how Harry (35) and Meghan (38) tried to go straight to the Queen (94) to regulate the Megxit after they flew into Canada from Christmas.

It is alleged that the argument and suspicions about the couple's royal role and desire to break free from the straitjacket of royal life became so bad that Harry believed he was prevented from being his grandmother, the queen, to see.

After Harry learned that the Queen would not be available to speak to him until January 29, he even considered taking his wife on a side trip from Heathrow Airport to Sandringham to "represent her case."

He ended up in the UK shortly after spending Christmas in Canada with his little son Archie, The Times reports.

He is said to believe that the problems were due to high-ranking courtiers in other royal households – the so-called "men in gray suits" – who wanted to "rein in" the couple's popularity, which they feared would outshine other high-ranking kings.

A friend of the couple apparently describes the old guard of the palace; as & # 39; the vipers & # 39; who expose Harry and Meghan's contempt and distrust.

The book acknowledges that the couple's decision to keep everyone in the dark about their plans to relinquish royal duties and move abroad "has generated a lot of evil will in the household, and especially in the family."

But it means that Harry and Meghan didn't feel like they had a choice.

Harry is said to have the feeling that palace officials "simply didn't like Meghan and would stop at nothing to make their lives difficult."

"He felt … used for her popularity," the books say.

Omid Scobie

Carolyn Durand

Author Omid Scobie (left) confirmed that neither he nor co-author Carolyn Durand (right) spoke to the couple, but boasted of access to their inner circle to give readers a unique insight into the Megxit saga Offer

It was also said that the relationships between the women of the princes, Meghan and Kate, are close. The book claims that an idiosyncratic episode in a charity polo match was a snapshot of the couple's "warm but distant relationship".

It was also said that the relationships between the women of the princes, Meghan and Kate, are close. The book claims that an idiosyncratic episode in a charity polo match was a snapshot of the couple's "warm but distant relationship".

The lawsuit, filed with the California State Supreme Court, Los Angeles County, cited "serial encroachments" on the couple's 14-month-old child's privacy and served as a measure to protect it from the "manufactured feeding frenzy." Meghan and Harry are pictured with Archie in 2019

The lawsuit, filed with the California State Supreme Court, Los Angeles County, cited "serial encroachments" on the couple's 14-month-old child's privacy and served as a measure to protect it from the "manufactured feeding frenzy." Meghan and Harry are pictured with Archie in 2019

How Harry and Meghan thought about raiding the queen: The couple's plan to run from the airport to the showdown with the 94-year-old queen immediately after landing in Canada in the UK

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle abandoned a plan to raid the queen by deciding to quit as high-ranking kings. This was revealed in the new biography Finding Freedom.

The disillusioned couple had agreed to withdraw to Christmas 2018 in Canada to part with The Firm and emailed Her Majesty and Prince Charles with the news.

But when they got back to Britain, they lacked an immediate appointment to see Harry's 94-year-old grandmother, and they played with the idea of ​​driving straight from the airport to Sandringham to confront them.

Excerpts from Finding Freedom, the biography serialized in the Times and the Sunday Times, claim that the Duke withdrew the idea because the spectacular violation of the royal protocol had further "ruffled feathers".

A source close to the couple told authors Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand: "At that point, they felt they had discussed the issue with family members often enough over the past year and were fed up with not being taken seriously . "

On the pages of the biography there is also an argument behind the scenes after the memorable Sandringham Summit.

After Harry and Meghan dropped their bomb testimony and announced their intention to step down as high-ranking kings, the queen gathered the family at their Norfolk residence to find a way through the crisis.

In subsequent meetings this week with aides, Harry said he felt "in front of an execution squad" when both sides alleged leaks.

Sources have told the mail that the biography will expose the "pressure cooker" of anger and resentment that the couple found working royals.

It records the tensions that arose between the so-called Fab Four by William, Kate, Harry and Meghan, which were once viewed as the future of the monarchy.

The book claims the couples had barely spoken to the Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey, although they hadn't seen each other since January.

The authors of the book said: "Although Meghan tried to make eye contact with Kate, the Duchess hardly recognized her."

Mr. Scobie told The Times: "To deliberately berate your sister-in-law … I don't think it left good taste in the couple's mouth."

It has been said that relations between the princes' women have been close since Meghan's entry into the monarchy.

The book claims that an idiosyncratic episode in a charity polo match was a snapshot of the couple's "warm but distant relationship".

"While the infatuated mothers and their children were photographed side by side, the two hardly seemed to exchange a word," the authors write.

The book adds that Harry and Meghan "loved to have control over their narrative in the early days of their marriage," the authors say.

In the meantime, the book claims that Prince Harry, not Meghan, was the one who wanted to distance himself from public life and longed for an existence "away from the media".

A source near the couple said in the book: “Basically, Harry wanted to get out. He always fought deep in this world. She opened the door for him. & # 39;

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.

The spokesman said: "The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were not interviewed and did not contribute to the search for freedom.

Insiders told The Telegraph that there was tension between the brothers even before Prince Harry met Meghan in 2016.

Meghan and Harry have only been spotted a few times since moving to LA in March. Most recently, they left an appointment in Beverly Hills when the friend said the couple were beginning to feel "penned in" and Meghan was ready to get out of the city for her birthday. Pictured on July 10th

Meghan and Harry have only been spotted a few times since moving to LA in March. Most recently, they left an appointment in Beverly Hills when the friend said the couple were beginning to feel "penned in" and Meghan was ready to get out of the city for her birthday. Pictured on July 10th

The co-author of the new royal biography accused the officials of throwing each other "under the bus".

By Rebecca English, Royal Correspondent for the Daily Mail

The co-author of the biography accused officials of various royal households of throwing each other "under the bus" last night.

Omid Scobie said that those who work for Royals could "throw a nugget" to stop the media's negative attention.

“They have Clarence House, Kensington Palace, Buckingham Palace, and the various offices in Buckingham Palace. They are very loyal to their clients, but that often means throwing others under the bus, ”he told The Times.

For example, suppose a negative story about Prince Charles is imminent. Maybe someone working for Charles throws a nugget over the Cambridges or another member of the royal family to keep this story out of the press. & # 39; He added: “There is a lot of negotiation behind the scenes. Harry and Meghan fell victim to it. & # 39;

Mr. Scobie, 33, emphasized that the book has "no interviews with Harry and Meghan", although he hopes it will "correct the record" about the couple.

"It's not all from Harry and Meghan's perspective, but I think for the first time we can actually hear what's going on in their heads," he told The Times.

Mr. Scobie spent two years writing the book with American journalist Carolyn Durand, starting shortly after the Sussexes' wedding.

& # 39; The book does not claim to have any interviews with Harry and Meghan. Neither do we, ”Scobie said to The Times. He also said there were no confidential conversations and said, "My time with the couple is enough to know my issues."

The Sussex people made a last attempt to distance themselves from the book last night.

The authors boasted that it was "written with the involvement of those closest to the couple" and spoke to members of the "inner circle" of Harry and Meghan.

The couple are believed to have instructed staff to find out what the authors were up to and that a number of meetings and dinners were held.

But a spokesman for the couple said last night: "The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have not been interviewed and have not contributed to the search for freedom. This book is based on the authors' own experience as members of the Royal Press Corps.

Scobie, the royal editor of the US magazine Harper & # 39; s Bazaar, met Durand while working for the US news channel ABC. They hope the book will focus again on the couple's charity and social activism, such as Harry's Invictus Games engagement.

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.

Mr. Scobie, the royal editor of Harper & # 39; s Bazaar, and Ms. Durand, a US journalist, claim they didn't talk to Harry and Meghan about the book, but boasted of sources from the couple's inner circle.

It comes when Prince Harry and Meghan Markle filed a lawsuit in California accusing anonymous paparazzi photographers of taking "illegal" drone pictures of their son Archie.

The lawsuit filed on Thursday alleged "serial intrusions" on the privacy of 14-month-old Archie in the LA home that Harry and Meghan had been living in since March.

The couple says they are taking legal action to protect Archie from an "artificial feeding frenzy" after claiming that the paparazzi had flown helicopters over her house and cut holes in a fence to take pictures.

They also accuse photographers of misleading captions of pictures of Archie in the back garden to indicate that they were taken in a public place.

"The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are filing this lawsuit to protect their little son's right to privacy in their home without the intervention of photographers and to uncover and stop those who want to benefit from these illegal acts," said her lawyer.

Meghan, Harry, and one-year-old Archie have been living in Hollywood producer Tyler Perry's $ 18 million mega-mansion in the exclusive Beverly Ridge neighborhood since moving to LA in March.

In their lawsuit, they said they had taken significant privacy measures in Tyler's villa, including the construction of a large chain link fence around the property to protect themselves from telephoto lenses.

But they cannot protect themselves from drones that are flown "only 20 feet above the house as often as three times a day".

According to the legal documents, helicopters flew over the residence at 5:30 a.m. and only at 7:00 p.m., which meant that "neighbors and their son were woken up every day".

“Every individual and family member in California is legally guaranteed the right to privacy in their home. No drones, helicopters or telephoto lenses can override this right, ”said the couple's lawyer, Michael Kump.

The Duke and Duchess say that they expect to be persecuted when they go public, but state that "certain paparazzi and enablers have crossed a red line".

Harry and Meghan's complaint accuses the paparazzi of "intimidation, harassment and the addition of a very real security threat in addition to what already exists".

The lawsuit filed by Kump said that some media flew helicopters over the house and that photographers had even cut holes in their fence to take pictures.

They said the behavior crossed a red line for each parent by buying pictures of their son.

The couple seeks "no special treatment" and only seeks the right to be left alone in the privacy of their home, as guaranteed by California law.

Harry and Meghan claim they have "done everything in their power to stay out of the spotlight" except for what they consider to be current work.

Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex at Commonwealth Day Service 2020 on March 9th, 2020 in London

Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex at Commonwealth Day Service 2020 on March 9th, 2020 in London

Harry and Meghan's suit also claims that the photographer trying to sell their son's pictures claims that they were publicly taken in Malibu.

But the couple have not been in the area or in public with their son since moving to LA, saying the snapper is simply trying to hide the fact that they have "unsolicited photos of a young child in the privacy of their own home" are "very illegal".

They also tried to lower the price for Archie photos by sharing pictures of him on social media.

Since Harry and Meghan don't know who took the pictures, the lawsuit is directed against anonymous defendants, which allows the couple to pursue anyone who sells the pictures.

Harry blames the press intrusion for the death of his mother, Princess Diana, in 1997 and claimed last year that Meghan had "fallen victim to the same powerful forces".

Diana died in a high-speed car accident when her chauffeur tried to escape paparazzi photographers in Paris.

A statement from Buckingham Palace after the Megxit agreement was signed in January said that the couple had experienced "challenges" due to "intense scrutiny" since their marriage in 2018.

Meghan Markle speaks at a virtual Women in Leadership Summit on July 14, four months after the royal couple moved to Los Angeles

Meghan Markle speaks at a virtual Women in Leadership Summit on July 14, four months after the royal couple moved to Los Angeles

The Queen was "hurt" by Harry and Meghan's SussexRoyal website to "clarify" her position while "deeply upset" other Royals

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 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.

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."

Earlier this year, the couple announced that it was breaking ties with UK's most popular newspapers, which has been criticized by royal and media commentators.

The Sussex Royal website says the couple will instead "engage with grassroots media organizations and emerging young journalists."

The couple stunned the world in January with the announcement that they would "step down as senior members of the royal family" and "work to become financially independent".

After setting up camp in Canada, they moved to Meghan's hometown of Los Angeles and stayed there during the coronavirus crisis.

The couple moved to LA in March, but royal expert Victoria Murphy believes they are not looking for a "completely private life". They say they resigned from the royal family to gain more control over what they spend their time for.

Speaking to city and country, the commentator noted that Harry and Meghan still want public life, but have more control over their time.

(Harry and Meghan) have not resigned in search of a completely private life, but a different kind of public life, ”said Victoria. "A public life in which they can have more control over who has access to them and what they spend their time doing."

The couple were spotted only a few times, most recently when they left an appointment in Beverly Hills when the friend said the couple was starting to feel "penned in" and Meghan was ready to leave town for her birthday.

Regardless, it was recently announced that Meghan's mother Doria Ragland had moved into Tyler Perry's mega-villa to take care of Archie.

A friend previously told DailyMail.com that Meghan wanted to keep her mother nearby because she is "her rock" and now "unfamiliar to many people" outside of an immediate circle of family and friends.

Meghan had her mother's full support when she and Prince Harry quit as Senior Royals in January.

When the Duke and Duchess of Sussex dropped the bombing news that they were quitting and dividing their time between North America and the UK and working to become financially independent, the royal family and the rest of the world were unprepared.

However, Meghan has reportedly had the support of her Los Angeles mother, who was "really worried about Meghan … and relieved that her daughter puts her mental health and wellbeing at the forefront," the insider said.

The friend added: "Doria is very much about staying true to yourself, so of course she will continue to encourage Meghan to take the less-traveled road."

Meghan Markle said to a friend, "I gave up my whole life for this family" and said that she was "ready to do anything to avoid Megxit", but "frustrated" drove Prince Harry's decision to stop claiming books

by Faith Ridler for MailOnline

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 not to stop," 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 withdraw from the royal family 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

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

Men in gray suits were alarmed by Harry and Meghan's financial independence: new book claims Courtiers thought Duke's position outside the royal fold was completely unrealistic

It was unclear how the Sussexes' finances would work if they separated from the royal family. A new book says courtiers claimed that Harry's position was completely unrealistic.

In their January 8th bombing, Harry and Meghan announced their intention to "work to become financially independent" while "fully" supporting the Queen.

The authors Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand write that while it was easy to say that they would not take any money out of the government grant, it was a very different matter to do it.

In ihrem Buch Finding Freedom heißt es, die Königin habe Harry mitgeteilt, dass sein vorgeschlagenes Arrangement nicht funktionieren würde, und ihn aufgefordert, über mehrere Tage hinweg nach intensiven Treffen mit Top-Helfern aus allen drei königlichen Haushalten nach Lösungen zu suchen.

Herr Scobie und Frau Durand sagen, ein Adjutant habe einen Witz darüber gemacht, dass Meghan eine Kosmetiklinie auf den Markt gebracht habe, während eine andere Quelle zitiert: "Der größte Streit war über Geld, weil es immer so ist."

Es gab viele Spekulationen über die Millionen, die Harry und Meghan durch lukrative Verträge machen könnten, mit Vorschlägen, die von Schauspiel, Film oder Fernsehen über Markenpartnerschaften bis hin zu öffentlichen Reden und sogar Buchgeschäften reichen.

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 book claim Harry and Meghan felt "cut off" and were frustrated that William and Kate got the best official roles before deciding to travel to the United States.

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".

Sources have told the mail that the comprehensive biography will expose the "pressure cooker" of anger and resentment that the couple found to be 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.

Aber die Biografie wird sagen, dass sie sich in dem, was sie danach tun wollten, "nicht unterstützt" fühlten.

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."

Laut dem Buch war die Königin "blind", als das königliche Paar am 8. Januar auf Instagram bekannt gab, dass sie The Firm verlassen würden.

It was also understood that the queen was injured by the couple's "sub-optimal behavior".

Insider erzählten The Telegraph, dass bereits bevor Prinz Harry Meghan 2016 traf, Spannungen zwischen ihm und Bruder William bestanden.

"Es war keine Rivalität zwischen den Brüdern, sondern eher das Gefühl, dass sie sich darum streiten würden, wer in ihren verschiedenen Fragen führend sein würde", sagte eine Quelle.

& # 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."

Beyond The Firm: Zeitleiste von Harry und Meghans Leben seit dem Ausscheiden aus der königlichen Familie

31. März – Harry und Meghan treten offiziell als Senior Royals zurück und hören auf, ihre HRH-Stile zu verwenden.

Großbritannien ist wegen der anhaltenden Coronavirus-Pandemie acht Tage vor der Sperrung.

– 3. April – Disneynature's Elephant, den Meghan erzählte, beginnt zu streamen.

– 6. April – Einzelheiten zu den Plänen des Paares für eine neue Stiftung namens Archewell, die die Marke Sussex Royal ersetzen wird und zu Ehren ihres Sohnes benannt ist.

– 12. April – Harry und Meghan verbringen den Ostersonntag damit, schutzbedürftigen und ans Haus gebundenen Menschen in Los Angeles durch Project Angel Food Mahlzeiten zu liefern.

– 16. April – Harry, in seiner Rolle als Patron von WellChild, ruft schwerkranke Kinder und ihre Familien per Video an.

– 17. April – Meghans neues Projekt zur Versorgung bedürftiger Londoner wird enthüllt, nachdem sie die Grenfell-Unterstützerinnen der Hubb Community Kitchen gebeten hat, einen Dienst zu starten, der Familien, die in Schwierigkeiten sind, Mahlzeiten anbietet.

– 20. April – Die Sussexes schreiben an die britische Boulevardpresse, dass sie nicht mehr mit ihnen zusammenarbeiten werden, nachdem sie beobachtet haben, wie das Leben der Menschen "auseinandergerissen" wurde, weil "heftiger Klatsch die Werbeeinnahmen steigert".

Gerichtsdokumente in der Datenschutzklage der Herzogin gegen Associated Newspapers über einen Brief, den sie an ihren Vater schrieb, enthüllen, dass das Paar vor ihrer Hochzeit Thomas Markle-Textnachrichten gesendet hatte, in denen es ihn warnte, dass die Kontaktaufnahme mit der Presse nach hinten losgehen und ihm anbieten würde, ihm zu helfen.

– 21. April – Archie ruft seine Urgroßmutter, die Königin, mit seinen Eltern per Video an, um ihren 94. Geburtstag zu feiern.

– 27. April – Der ehemalige Soldat Harry hilft beim Start eines neuen Tools für geistige Fitness für das Militär namens HeadFIT.org.

– 28. April – Harrys Einführung in eine spezielle Episode einer animierten Thomas & Friends-Show wird veröffentlicht.

– 29. April – Die Wohltätigkeitsorganisation SmartWorks zeigt ein Video, in dem Meghan eine junge Frau vor ihrem Vorstellungsgespräch für ein Praktikum betreut.

– 4. Mai – Details über eine neue Biographie der Sussexes der Journalisten Omid Scobie und Carolyn Durand mit dem Titel Finding Freedom, die die Autoren als "genaue Version" von Harrys und Meghans Reise in Rechnung gestellt haben.

– 6. Mai – Archie feiert seinen ersten Geburtstag und Save The Children veröffentlicht ein Video, in dem Meghan das Buch Duck liest! Hase! zu ihrem Sohn, als er an den Seiten greift.

– 8. Mai – Das Paar soll in einem 15-Millionen-Pfund-Herrenhaus des Unterhaltungs-Tycoons Tyler Perry leben.

– 9. Mai – Harry sagt in einer Videobotschaft über die Invictus-Spiele, dass sich das Leben während des Ausbruchs von Covid-19 "dramatisch verändert" hat.

– 11. Mai – Der Herzog erzählt jungen Mitgliedern der OnSide Youth Zones von der Pandemie: "Auch dies wird vorübergehen".

– 19. Mai – Die Sussexes feiern ihren zweiten Hochzeitstag.

– 4. Juni – Meghan hält nach den Protesten gegen Black Lives Matter eine kraftvolle Rede vor Mädchen an ihrer ehemaligen High School und spricht über Rassenspaltungen und den Tod von George Floyd in den USA.

– 12. Juni – Meghans enge Freundin Jessica Mulroney entschuldigt sich bei einer Lifestyle-Bloggerin, nachdem sie beschuldigt wurde, sie in einem Beispiel des "Privilegs des Lehrbuchs Weiß" bedroht zu haben.

– June 24 – The duke and duchess join members of Homeboy Industries in a cooking session for the organisation's Feed Hope programme in LA.

It is revealed the Sussexes have signed with the New York-based Harry Walker public speaking agency, which also represents the Obamas and the Clintons.

– June 25 – Harry appears in a video for England Rugby, saying: 'We all miss rugby'.

– June 27 – The duke launches a 248-mile Walking With The Wounded walk across Oman.

– June 28 – It emerges the Sussexes are supporting the Stop Hate for Profit campaign, which is calling on businesses to pause advertising on Facebook over its failure to do more to remove hate speech.

– July 1 – Harry sets out his personal commitment to tackling institutional racism, warning it has no place in society but that it remains endemic, in a message at the Diana Awards on his late mother's birthday.

Meghan claims she was 'unprotected by the institution' of the monarchy when attacked by the media and 'prohibited from defending herself', according to leaked court documents.

– July 3 – The formal winding up of the Sussex Royal Foundation begins as the duke and duchess press ahead with plans for their Archewell organisation.

– July 6 – Harry and Meghan warn the Commonwealth's past wrongs need to be acknowledged as they join a discussion with young leaders in response to the Black Lives Matter movement.

Financial documents show Harry and William agreed in December to equally split the future proceeds of their mother's memorial fund, after they separated their charitable activities.

– July 7 – Meghan is announced as a guest speaker for the GirlUp gender equality summit.

Harry, filmed in LA overlooking a backdrop of leafy trees under clear, blue skies, delivers a message on resilience for the opening of the 23rd International Aids Conference.

– July 23 – The couple launch legal action against an unnamed individual after drones were allegedly used to take pictures of their son during lockdown.

The lawsuit alleges that the couple have been persecuted by paparazzi across North America and have been attacked with incessant interference in their private lives.

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