It seems to be an open secret that the Prince William and Kate Middleton they don’t have the best of relationships with him Prince Harry (36) and Meghan Markle (39). Where to start? Well, to understand the reason for this tension we have to go back to the beginnings of the relationship between the youngest son of Prince Charles and the former actress of the series ‘Suits’. Back then it was said that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge did not like Meghan’s role and that is why the first tensions arose.
However, when in early 2019 the Duke and Duchess of Sussex decided to announce that they were re leaving their role as senior members of the British royal household, things got more than serious. The English press saw in this gesture an act of betrayal of Queen Elizabeth II and called for her “flight” the ‘Megxit’. Since then, the relationship between the brothers worsened and everything blew up when from the United States, Meghan and Harry conceded a interview with Oprah in which they told things like her desire not to live anymore, racist comments about Archie’s race by some members of the British royal family and Prince Harry’s reproach to his family for not being more open.
Although after this interview Prince Harry travelled to England to attend the funeral of his grandfather, Prince Philip of Edinburgh, and it seemed that there had been a rapprochement between the brothers, now we have known that it did not. Not at all.
“Meghan Markle can be a nightmare”, say close friends of Prince William, who fed up with so much speculation have dared to speak with journalist Robert Lacey of the British newspaper ‘Daily Mail’. A few words that do not leave prince Harry’s wife in a very good place.
According to these friends, Meghan never got to fit into the family and Prince Harry he decided to end the situation by leaving England and separating himself from his roots. Some origins with which you will find soon since he has flown back to London to attend in a few days the unveiling of the statue of Princess Diana of Wales. An act in which we still do not know if the brothers will coincide or will be separate events so as not to have to pose before the cameras together and thus not create more morbid than necessary in a date in which it is intended to honor the memory of their mother.