Meghan should be given credit for helping Prince Harry find a way out, as Prince Harry was frustrated with his life as a civil servant, a source said.
in his new book Courtier: Power Behind the Crownserialized in Times London’s Valentine Rowe, citing “a surprising source, namely someone who knows Harry well but is upset about what Harry and Meghan did,” said: I knew he was unhappy, but I didn’t know what the solution would be. She came along and found a solution. ”
low, Who are the respected royal correspondents Timespreviously claimed in a book that Meghan’s treatment of staff left them on occasion. “trembling” with fear.
However, he said in the book that Meghan and Harry felt “trapped” by “silly rules” about what they could and couldn’t do and the palace’s “inflexibility.”
Another source criticized the palace’s handling of the crisis as “incredibly incompetent,” adding that “it’s just a matter of having decision makers sitting around the table and saying, ‘OK, what do we do about this?’ I added that it was good. What do you need to feel better? And what can we give?
Lowe cites a source who told him: And Meghan never fit that model, and that model never tolerated the Meghan she wanted to be.
But Low also added that in the early days of the Brexit negotiations, serious efforts were made to find solutions in five different scenarios. Although a family member, he has a month a year to do his own thing, spending most of his time privately, but doing a limited number of royal activities.”
Law said Clive Alderton, Prince Charles’ personal secretary at the time, said, “If we can get this right, it will solve the problem for generations of future royals who are not in direct line of succession. I pointed out that it would be,” he said.
Ultimately, though, royal rules about individuals making money and being apolitical must be sacrosanct so that Harry and Meghan can “make money” or “walk into American politics.” It was Queen Elizabeth who declared that if they wanted to, they could not. allowed to perform official duties. ”
According to Low, the concept of “compromise” was eventually “taken away by the Queen.”
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