But according to royal biographer Angela Levin, Meghan could have had a friend in King Charles’s wife, Camilla. Ms Levin claims the Queen Consort greeted the Duchess of Sussex “warmly” when she first came to London.
Ms Levin said Camilla knows “more than anyone” how difficult it is to be accepted into the royal fold. She added that Camilla wanted “to help any newcomer”.
Meghan and Harry don’t have the “charisma, dedication and charm” needed to be A-List celebrities, a commentator has claimed.
According to the royal biographer, the women had “lunches together” while Camilla “spent a lot of time offering advice on how to handle the pressure”, as the two formed a bond. But the author alleges Meghan did not take to the friendship.
She says Meghan seemed “bored, was unresponsive and preferred to go her own way”.
Meghan herself has spoken of the immense mental health struggles she found herself facing while staying with the royal family, even saying in an interview with Oprah that she had had thoughts of suicide.
The explosive claims, which Ms Levin bases on insight from an unnamed source, come in her new book, “Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall: From Outcast to Queen Consort”. Ms Levin added of Camilla: “She tried to be supportive, was happy to be her mentor and took her out for private lunches.
She told of how taking on the role of William and Harry’s step mum was an “almost impossible challenge”. The Telegraph reported that, according to an insider, Harry was particularly difficult to handle.
The Sussexes sat behind King Charles and Camilla at the Queen’s funeral on Monday. Meghan has also been frequently pictured with Camilla in the last two weeks, as the Royal Family undergo a period of mourning together.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK