Meghan Markle’s Frist Impression Wasn’t Good on the Royal Family

Meghan Markle failed to give a lasting good impression. “I was hearing very bad stories from early on that Meghan was upsetting people,” royal expert Penny Junor said on the ITV documentary “Harry and William: What Went Wrong,” adding that Markle’s “showbiz-y approach” to royalty ruffled feathers.

The “Suits” star, Meghan 39, was “not as charming as she seemed,” she expressed.

“Our Royal Family are not celebrities. They are working members of a public institution,” the royal scribe opined. “I was appalled by the Oprah interview. These are not statementing that should be made for public consumption. This is the sort of thing that should happen in the privacy of a psychiatrist’s couch.”

In March, Markle and Harry sat down for a bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey, where they made allegations for the racism and overlooking Markle’s appeals for help.

Robert Lacey, the author of “Battle of Brothers,” also said, telling that a source near to Prince Willam, 39, said that the Californian-born actress had an “agenda” from the beginning.

Prince William also decided that brothers should “split” their families, as per a report from The Sun claimed in March 2019. He made up his mind after “bullying” complaint was filed against Markle by her ex-communications secretary in 2018, the report claimed

Markle’s camp powerfully refutes the harassment claims. The brother’s relationship is still frosty. Prince William reportedly called his sister-in-law that “bloody woman” for the way she preserved his staff.

The pagesix said, “In January 2020, the rebellion royal couple publicized that they are quitting their roles as senior members of the royal family and become financially independent, a move dubbed “Megxit” by the press. Since moving to Santa Barbara, they have inked lucrative deals with Netflix and Spotify.”

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