Experts have responded to Meghan Markle with an urgent warning, asking her to show more respect towards the Queen. In this regard, the Duchess of Sussex is believed to have been warned by a senior adviser that she “must begin to respect the queen.”
While it is not known whether he was told directly, a former adviser from Donald trump, Jason miller, spoke to the press about the current dynamics of the royal family and shared his own views on how certain people should react.
This comes after the explosive interview of Oprah Winfrey in March, where Harry and Meghan claimed that a known member of the royal family had made a racist comment about their son, questioning the skin color of Archie.
Donald Trump’s former senior adviser made this claim during a chat with The Sun and thinks that Meghan needs “check some of your thoughts and ambitions at the door.” Since “the number one rule for being a member of royalty is not to disrespect the queen.”
He also added: “I think she should have more respect for the institution of the Royals and I think that when you marry a member of the Royal Family there is a certain sense of propriety that I think you are signing up for and that you should verify some of her thoughts. and ambitions at the door. “
At the end of the day, “I think when you have the Queen you have to be respectful to the Queen.”
Meghan and Harry are known to have requested that their daughter, Lilibet Diana, meet the Queen in person (they have only met for Zoom at this time) and that your christening takes place here at the United Kingdom , just like Archie.
In fact, the prince’s decision Harry and Meghan Markle, to name his newborn Lilibet “Lili” Diana Mountbatten-Windsor has caused controversy since, although some have seen it as a tribute to the queen, other specialists have pointed out that this decision is “rude” with the Queen isabel II.
The revealing memories of Harry , which are being published by Penguin Random House, will be released next year.
In the interview of Oprah, an official statement from the Royal Palace simply said that, although they regretted any discomfort caused, “Memories may vary.”