Has a new interview with the Duchess of Sussex discussed on the eve of the 25th anniversary of Diana’s death. “The Prince of Wales loves both sons”, meanwhile sources close to Charles let know.
Harry told me “he lost his father”. A new interview by Meghan Markle stirred the waters of the British monarchy, suggesting that her husband has broken off relations with his father Charles. Interviewed by the American magazine The Cut about her in her Californian house in Montecito, the 41-year-old Duchess of Sussex returned to her difficult relations with the royal family, on the eve of the 25th anniversary of Lady Diana’s death.
I have subverted “the dynamics of the hierarchy” of the royals for the “mere fact of existing,” she said, adding that it “takes a lot of effort to forgive” what happened when she and Harry decided to abandon their royal status in January 2020. moving first to Canada and then to the United States. But the phrase that struck her most about her is the one concerning Harry’s relationship with his father Charles, the future British sovereign. A spokesperson for Meghan then explained to her BBC that the Duchess of Sussex was referring to her father, with whom she broke off relations, and she hoped that the same would not happen between her husband and her father-in-law. Meanwhile, a source close to Carlo told the Press Association news agency that “the Prince of Wales loves both children” e he would be very sorry if Harry felt that there is no longer a relationship between them.
Once again Meghan’s interview divides public opinion between those who sympathize with the couple and those who criticize their choice of abandoning real duties. So her detractors accuse Meghan of only wanting to advertise herself at the launch of her her podcast “Archetypes” on Spotify, in which she will interview celebrities such as tennis legend Serena Williams and singer Mariah Carey. And there are those who raise their eyebrows at Meghan’s assertion that in South Africa her marriage to Harry has been cheerfully received as “Mandela’s release from prison”.