The author makes a bold claim about how Meghan and Harry’s royal exit will really affect the Queen

The Queen may have been affected more by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s departure from the royal family than she was allowed to, if royal expert Katie Nicholl is to be believed. The author shared an excerpt from her book “The New Royals: Queen Elizabeth’s Legacy and the Future of the Crown” in an article for Vanity Fair.

She claimed that the late king was “severely injured” when they defected. Furthermore, a confidant revealed, “I was exhausted by the turmoil of their decision.” Reportedly, Her Majesty later lamented, “I don’t know, I don’t care, and I don’t want to think about it anymore.”

Although the Queen was able to see Harry’s children several times before her death, the dedicated mother was also disappointed at not getting more time with her grandchildren. The insider claims Meghan and Harry were invited to a weekend getaway at Balmoral in August, though. Sixth page He clarified that reports that they had been asked to attend were inaccurate.

The Duke of Sussex described the times he spent with his beloved Grandma, Archie and Lilipet as some of the most special of his life in a passionate tribute to the Queen at Archwell website. It’s funny that royal expert Kinsey Schofield warned TMZ Things are about to get much worse for Meghan and Harry’s relationship with the royal family after Her Majesty’s death because she has often played the role of peacemaker between the Sussexes and the rest of the family.

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