Sussexes have tested the limits of the Firm for a well-known reason.
Queen Elizabeth including the British Royal Family has said, “Keep calm and carry on,” for decades. They never replied to the tabloid’s rumors, favoring to stay calm and move on with their lives. All of that, though, is going to change.
In the past few weeks, palace administrators have announced that Royal Family will no longer endure staying silent on the matter of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s claims.
After Sussexes have made allegations against the Royal Family of racism and mental abuse during their bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey in March, Best Life Online said that the Queen responded through a brief statement, saying that “Recollections may vary” about the allegations.
The royal family members stayed silent once more when Harry accused the Royal Family of being unresponsive to mental health problems in his Apple TV+ documentary The Me You Can’t See.
“At that point, the family felt it best to stay the course and do what they always did which was to keep calm and carry on,” a source said. “But things keep escalating. The Palace was starting to realize something had to be done about the nonstop barrage of these destructive and questionable comments.”
Last Sunday, the new ITV documentary Harry and William: What Went Wrong, which was broadcasted, is said to have provoked the palace to decide that it was time to “step in.”
Kensington Palace advisors put stories in newspapers concerning Harry’s mental health, as per Omid Scobie, a friend of Sussex’s who published the book “Finding Freedom.” He then exposed that William was the one who focused on advisors to do this, which was spectacular.
The sources claimed, this is the extreme of the palace.
“[Scobie’s] comments crossed the line and could not be ignored,” according to a royal source. “William was deeply concerned about Harry’s state of mind and would have never had his staff leak stories about his brother’s mental health. Besides being protective of the family, William has been championing the need for mental health awareness for years. The Palace had to step in.”
Scobie’s comments were comprised of the documentary’s uneven form, about Harry’s mental health were removed after palace officials interfered and warned ITV that they may be careful insulting.
In its place, Scobie’s statement was transmission: “I would say it was no coincidence that it was shortly after [the Bradby interview] aired, I believe the next day, that there were source quotes that came from a very senior aide at Kensington Palace that said that William was worried about his brother. Now, whether William directed that or not, no one will ever know. But it came from his household, the household that he is the boss of.”
“This was a warning shot that these kinds of allegations will not be left unaddressed,” one insider said. “Harry and Meghan now know their comments and those of their supporters won’t go unchecked. It could be a game-changer.”
We’re reassured to observe that the Queen does not agree to deal with this shit.
The slogan of “keep calm and carry on” was perfect for the past, but Harry and Meghan are fearless. And they’ve established time and time again that they’ll say whatever to dishonor the Royal Family.
The Queen will not be letting Sussexes walk all over here any longer, so hopefully, they heard this warning shot loud and clear, said people always win.