Meghan and Harry ‘played all cards’ in power struggle with King Charles


King Charles is understood to be wielding the axe in a bid to rein in royal spending which could even reduce expenditure on working royals.

Meghan and Harry: Host on ‘poor investment’ Frogmore Cottage

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have lost their battle against Buckingham Palace and King Charles, a royal commentator has said. Journalist Daniela Elser was commenting on the King’s decision, confirmed earlier this month, to evict the US-based couple from Frogmore Cottage as part of an ongoing strategy of reducing royal expenditure.

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and King Charles III

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and King Charles III (Image: GETTY)

“Harry and his wife Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, might have spent the last two years waging an exhausting, never-ending battle of wits and PR strategy against The Firm, but they have actually ended up on the losing side.”

She continued: “The House of Windsor has sailed through this storm and made it to the other side. And that leaves Harry and Meghan having played all of their cards and the King not having blinked once.

“Even if the self-exiled couple was to, say, pop up on Good Morning America to lob a fresh volley of their signature brand of ‘truth bombs’ at London, I reckon the public reaction would be something of a collective shrug.”

She went on to claim the Sussexes are now “paying for their palace campaign having failed to really gain a huge amount of PR ground”.

‘This is serious!’ Harry slammed over drug use as Americans ask ‘do we still want him’

Prince Harry has been slammed over his drug use with Americans asking whether they still “want him” in the US, according to a royal expert.

The Duke admitted to using cocaine, marijuana and psychedelics, something which has drawn the ire of a group in Washington which is demanding to look over Harry’s US visa application to make sure he didn’t receive special treatment.

Typically in the United States, visa applicants are asked about their criminal history and past drug use and experts have warned that Prince Harry could even face deportation if he lied on his application.

“When you apply for a visa in any country, it’s the same when you come here, you’re essentially a guest. You might come to work or to live but you’re basically expected to be on your best behaviour,” royal expert Richard Eden said on Palace Confidential.


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