Royal biographer Angela Levin suggested the Duke of Sussex was one of many who has misrepresented Camilla in the early days.
She said: “One was The Crown which was really cruel to her and the other was Prince Harry who had said some really nasty things about her too.”
Appearing on Friday’s episode of ITV’s Lorraine with stand-in host Christine Lampard after the release of her biography ‘Camilla, From Outcast to Future Queen Consort’, the author suggested: “a lot of people disliked, mainly Camilla because they loved Diana so much”.
Ms Levin said: “It obviously hasn’t always been plain sailing, a lot of people disliked, mainly Camilla because they loved Diana so much. It was always going to be a difficult time.”
But if there was any discontent between the pair, it has clearly been put behind them.
Royal expert Neil Sean noted that while Harry and Camila are “distant” and have been since his wedding with Meghan Markle, they “were very close and enjoyed a fun, informal friendship in which he confided in her”.
Harry reportedly said ‘really nasty things’ about Camilla, Angela Levin claimed
Meghan ‘either doesn’t know or doesn’t care’ about the damage she causes the royals
Jonathan Sacerdoti believes given the Sussexes’ tendency to make damaging claims, King Charles III is likely to wait until the release of their new Netflix series, and the publication of Harry’s eagerly awaited memoir, before making any decisions about possible titles for their children – and his grandchildren – Archie and Lilibet.
Mr Sacerdoti, a journalist who has featured on the BBC, Sky News and Fox News among other media outlets, was speaking in the wake of the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II on September 19, which saw the royals temporarily reunited at Westminster Abbey.
However, Meghan and Harry rapidly returned to California, where they now live, afterwards, in a stark illustration of the physical and metaphorical gap between them and Harry’s father, the UK’s new Monarch, since they stepped down as frontline royals in 2020.
Their decision was prompted, in part, by their resentment at perceived press intrusion, with Meghan telling Oprah Winfrey during last year’s explosive CBS interview she had even considered the idea of suicide as a result of the pressure she felt she was under.
The end of the Prince of Wales? Title sows division amid Kate and William’s Wales visit
Trystan Gruffyd from Pontypridd, Wales, listed a petition titled: “End ‘Prince of Wales’ title out of respect for Wales”, on Change.org.
He told Express.co.uk: “Simply, I think it undermines Wales and its status as a country. It undermines devolution, Wales’ national parliament that wasn’t even notified about the decision [to pass the title on].
“A lot of people have come to understand the symbolism and what this title might mean for Wales since the Queen passed away, and they now understand the power it still holds.”
Meghan Markle raged at Vanity Fair’s cover of her when she began dating Prince Harry
Valentine Low, royal expert and author of ‘Courtiers: The Hidden Power Behind The Crown’, wrote in an excerpt of his new book that Meghan was unhappy with her October 2017 Vanity Fair cover issue.
He said: “Sweet, yes? And she looked great, didn’t she? But Meghan hated it.
“And she was furious with Keleigh Thomas Morgan. ‘She was very unhappy with how that had been handled,’ said a source. ‘And she was looking to throw blame in every possible direction, despite it having been a positive piece’.”
The source continued: “She did not like the photographs. She thought the story was negative.
“She was upset that it was about Harry, not about her.”
Meghan Markle raged at Vanity Fair’s cover of her when
Source: EXPRESS CO UK