Royal Family warned to ‘make no mistake’ as Harry and Meghan ready to speak out again


THE ROYAL FAMILY have been warned that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are ready to “speak out one more time” if the Sussexes’ rift with the Palace continues, according to one royal expert.

Daily Mirror’s royal correspondent Russell Myers told Australia’s 7News: “Make no mistake.

“If the Palace and the Sussexes can’t agree, then we might see the Sussexes speaking out one more time.”

Gayle King told viewers during CBS This Morning that Harry’s chats with his closest relatives were “unproductive”.

The decision by the Sussexes to provide details about the Duke’s private conversations is “another grenade” launched on the royals across the pond, according to columnist Steven Glover.

TalkRADIO host mike Graham wrote on Twitter: “Another shocking betrayal of private conversations from Harry and Meghan.”

The Daily Mail’s Saturday Diary editor Richard Eden said: “This is extraordinary. Are we going to have a running commentary for years to come from Harry and Meghan’s friends on their relations with the Royal Family? If so, the Royals will be wary of speaking to them.”

A Palace inquiry into allegations that Meghan bullied royal staff also hangs over the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, amid a growing rift between the Palace and the Sussexes.

The Palace initially said it would investigate after a report earlier this month cited unnamed royal aides as saying a complaint had been made against Meghan in 2018.

Buckingham Palace has since hired an external law firm to investigate the bullying claims.

Also speaking to 7News, royal expert and author Robert Jobson hit out at Prince Harry’s claim that his father Prince Charles cut him off financially.

Mr Jobson said: “We are not talking about poor kids here.”

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Meghan and Harry spoke about their struggle with public expectations and alleged failure from the Royal Family to support them (Image: EXPRESS)

He added: “The fact is they are multi-multi-millionaires. To then cry at the age of 36 that you’ve been cut off by your father.

“Well, I don’t know many people at the age that have been funded by their fathers for that long.”

During the interview with Oprah, Meghan and Harry spoke about their struggle with public expectations and alleged failure from the Royal Family to support them.

The Duchess of Sussex also claimed an unnamed member of the family had expressed concerns about the colour of their son Archie’s skin before his birth.

Buckingham Palace released a statement two days after the interview, admitting they were “saddened” to learn of the difficulties Meghan and Harry faced and saying claims about Archie would be handled “as a family.”


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