Queen Elizabeth II, Britain’s longest-reigning monarch and a rock of stability across much of a turbulent century, has died. She was 96 years old at the time of her passing. The whole world is mourning her loss. The mountain of resentment between Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, and The Royal Family is simply too great to overcome, even though many families come together in a moment of healing following the loss of a loved one.
Over the years, Queen Elizabeth served as a sort of link between Prince William and King Charles on the other side and The Sussexes on the other. That bridge is no longer there. According to royal commentator Kinsey Schofield, there’s a risk that the rivalry will only worsen over the next few months. Specifically, because of the next projects Harry and Meghan are working on.
According to TMZ, Harry’s planned memoir, which is scheduled to be released in November, contains information that is devastating to the Queen Consort Camilla, including details about the tense relationship. Remember, there have been no public or private apologies for the alleged racist comments made by either Camilla or King Charles regarding the skin tone of Harry and Meghan’s son, Archie.
Additionally, according to Schofield, Meghan’s upcoming podcast, which will release 12 episodes in advance each week, will poke fun at the Royal family, further dividing the group. Schofield claims there is no going back because the memoir has already been written and the podcasts have already been produced.
As we previously mentioned, Harry was spotted traveling alone to Scotland as soon as word of The Queen’s passing broke. Meghan had already visited London with him for the WellChild Awards, but she chose not to go with him when he went to visit the family after the tragedy. Check out the picture and videos below.
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