Queen ‘concerned’ Harry & Meghan’s ‘barrage of abuse to breach privacy’


THE QUEEN and royal courtiers are “concerned” Prince Harry’s memoir, due to be published next year, could be a “breach of privacy”, according to a royal expert.

Harry has signed a deal with publisher Random House to write a book, which is expected to be released to coincide with the Queen’s platinum jubilee. According to the Sun on Sunday palace aides are preparing for a possible legal fightback, should they face more criticism from Harry and Meghan.

Speaking to talkRADIO royal expert Charlie Rae said the family are “getting a bit fed up with the continual barrage of attacks and abuse” from the Sussexes.

He added: “I think the Queen is much more concerned, and her royal aides are much more concerned, about this memoir that’s coming out next year to coincide with her platinum jubilee, which is written by Harry.

“There is some concern that there could be some breach of privacy.

“It would be quite ironic if Harry and Meghan, were sued in a court or even got a legal letter to say ‘watch what you say’, given their pronouncements on privacy.”

Separately, a royal insider told the Sunday Telegraph the Duchess of Cornwall will “never forgive” Meghan Markle, for her treatment of Prince Charles.

This would be a rapid turnaround in relations between the two women, with Camilla previously reported to have been a “pillar of support” to the Sussexes.

Speaking to the Sunday Telegraph, a royal insider said: “I don’t think the Duchess will ever forgive Meghan for what she’s done to the Prince of Wales.”

The extraordinary claim comes despite the Queen issuing a statement earlier this year saying both Meghan and Harry would always remain much-loved Royal Family members.

Harry and Meghan stepped down as senior royals in March 2020, and subsequently relocated to California.

The source said: “I think Camilla was probably just as surprised as anyone else when the documentary came out and perhaps didn’t realise how much Harry and Meghan were suffering.

“She wants everyone to get along and be happy. Her mantra is carry on and keep smiling.

“She doesn’t want to see anyone struggling and she is fond of Meghan and she could be a very good ally too.”

Buckingham Palace and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been contacted for comment.


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