Meghan Markle was convinced that the royal family was plotting against her. In this regard, the Duchess of Sussex and her husband Prince Harry decided to leave the UK. About this in an interview with the Sunday Times Magazine told friends of the couple.
“I think she felt like an outsider from the start. This was not the life she was used to, and she wanted to leave, ”one of the interlocutors anonymously said. According to him, because of the feeling of hostility, she “literally turned out to be isolated” when she moved to the suburban residence of members of the royal family Frogmore House shortly before the birth of her son.
The departure of the Dukes of Sussex was associated with tensions within the royal family, the source said. However, after the move, relations between Prince Harry and Prince William improved. One of the friends suggested that the infection of their father, Prince Charles, with a coronavirus could have contributed to this .
“The message about the father’s poor health helped them to gather again, and now the communication has become more regular. I don’t think that everything has become wonderful, but it has definitely become better, ”he said.
In addition, the Duchess of Sussex was afraid that the court palace would harm her reputation because of her American management style.
Earlier in May it was reported that Meghan Markle was about to release a biographical book describing their life with Prince Harry.
“Megan wants to uncover the whole truth to explain why she and her husband had no choice but to give up royal privileges,” the insider explained.
In April, sources claimed that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle left the royal family due to harassment from the British press. After the decision, the royal couple announced that they were refusing to communicate with four British tabloids.
On April 1, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle ceased to act as members of the British royal family. In order to get the right to move to the USA, to work and do business, they had to refuse the appeal “Your Royal Highness”, state financing and the Sussex Royal trademark.