Prince Harry NOT happy about how things went down before he decided to leave the royal family.
In fact, he wants to have a private meeting with Queen Elizabeth II, according to a new book coming out on the subject. Except that he was apparently denied that opportunity by the courtiers of the Queen!
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We have covered Low Valentine’s Daybook of, Court: The hidden power behind the crown, a little has been there this week. For one, Low allegedly Meghan Markle had hoped to become the ‘Beyoncé of Great Britain’ after their wedding.
Now, more excerpts have been published, and this one in particular, was first published by Time on Sunday, Court the author alleges Harry tried to arrange his exit “by email” in early 2020 before revealing his intention to leave his family for the rest of the world.
Low wrote this about the 38-year-old Duke of Sussex:
“Harry seems to be under the impression that they can only sort it out via email before he and Meghan return to London on January 6, . However, the answer they received was that this requires a proper family conversation. “
At the time, Low insisted Harry and his 41-year-old wife had been told they would Not have any face-to-face conversations with other members of the royal family until the end of January – a few weeks after it’s actually over. Time proved to be an undesirable matter, as the author notes:
“This has gone down terribly. It feeds into the story that they were not valued by the palace apparatus, or the rest of the family. “
Harry also tries to get the chance to meet the Queen in private. However, that attempt failed when the courts were deemed “in the way” and altered her schedule to avoid allowing Harry to sympathize with her before coming out.
“The message was passed to him that the queen was confused about her diary, and no more. Harry was furious, because it wasn’t right: the courtiers seemed to have gotten in the way because they saw the meeting with the queen as an attempt to pick up the queen before Harry started talking to the rest of the family. family. “
Harry seemed to have persevered and the meeting went on as usual. The author reports that current Santa Barbara residents strongly consider driving themselves from London to Sandringham, where the royals spend Christmas, to speak to their grandmother in person:
“He ultimately gave up the idea, but it was a sign of his frustration that he had even contemplated such a move.”
Of course, Harry and Meghan will then come back and deliver their breaking news of their retirement from royal family duties at the end of January.
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At the time of their statement, an insider reported Our weekly that the couple had not received the Queen’s “official blessing” prior to revealing the news. That old source claimed that the whole incident was the result of “a misinformation”. Now, two years later, it looks like these allegations from Low may shed more light on exactly What? was misinformed.
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