Apparently, one of the longtime royal aides of Queen Elizabeth don’t have much faith that Prince Harry and Meghan MarkleYour marriage will last.
According to the Investigator Tom Bowernew book of, Revenge: Meghan, Harry and the battle between the WindsorsThe 96-year-old monarch’s most trusted royal aide, her lady-in-waiting Lady Susan Husseymade an ominous prediction about the couple’s relationship before their wedding in 2018. She is said to have said about the Duke and Duchess while having lunch with a group of theater directors:
While discussing the possibility that Meghan might become linked with the National Theater after the wedding, Hussey suddenly became serious about the couple’s future. “It will all end in tears,” she is said to have said. “Mark my words.”
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Yeesh! Apparently, she’s not on the Sussex team!
Elsewhere in the book, Bower claims that the 83-year-old was part of a group that was asked to help the 40-year-old actress adjust to life in the royal family. Lady Susan even visited Meghan at Nottingham Cottage – where she lives with Harry with reason Kensington Palace – to give her some advice when it comes to organizing. However, Suit alum was said to be reluctant to take any advice from the royal aide at the time. The book says that Meghan “insisted” to Lady Susan that she would not let Buckingham Palace dictate any of her activities or shape her thoughts.
Of course, who knows if this account is true – and we highly doubt that Queen Elizabeth’s oldest confidants will publicly comment on whether the book’s claims are legitimate. . But it shouldn’t surprise us that some royal families and aides believe the marriage will fail, especially considering their very public feud with Meghan and Harry.
However, as we have seen, it seems that Harry and Meghan are very much in love. He even went public about her being his “soulmate” for a while United Nation speech for Nelson Mandela Day. He said at the time:
“For most of my life, [Africa] has been my lifeline, a place where I find peace and healing time and time again. It’s where I feel closest to my mother and find solace after her death, and where I know I’ve found a soulmate for my wife.”
The prince then recalled how he convinced Meghan to come to Africa with him after just two dates in a row in 2016. He continued:
“I convinced her to come and join me in Botswana. We camped together under the stars. She came and joined me for five days there, it was amazing. So then we were really alone, which was very important to me to make sure we had a chance to get to know each other. “
So it’s safe to say that neither Harry nor Meghan feel the same way as Lady Susan! Thinking, longtime readers? Do you agree with the Queen’s aide that their marriage should be over? Turn off the sound in the comments below).
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