Meghan Markle: Her harsh words were very painful for Queen Elizabeth II

Meghan Markle has not been soft in her words towards the crown, especially in her interview with Oprah Winfrey. Members of the royal family, including Elizabeth II were hurt by the words of the duchess.

Every word has a consequence. Every silence too. Recently, the British crown has been scratched by Meghan Markle’s claims about her life in the royal family. Several royals are still furious about the Duchess of Sussex’s allegations made during her interview with Oprah Winfrey in March, the Express reveals. According to Christina Garibaldi, royal correspondent, Prince Charles is still angry, despite reports of peace talks.

As a reminder, Prince Harry’s wife had mentioned the Firm’s concerns about Archie’s skin color before he was born, but also the denial of help for his mental health issues. But this isn’t the first time Meghan Markle’s claims have divided opinion in the UK. Last year in July, the Duchess had already declared that she felt “unprotected” by the royal family. A statement echoed by presenter Lorraine Kelly, who said the allegations must be “very painful” for the queen. Daily Mirror royal editor Russell Myers, also on the show, agreed: “Certainly these claims that she felt unprotected, especially when she is pregnant, will be, indeed, very distressing for the Queen, Charles, Kate and William.”

The Monarch refuses to talk about Meghan Markle

Upset by the past few weeks, Her Majesty cannot bring up “anything other than dogs or horses” according to Ingrid Seward, royal biographer. Indeed, Elizabeth II is not ready to bring up Meghan Markle’s recent accusations of racism. The Monarch “will not be in the mood. She hates confrontation.” The only exchange between the wife of Prince Harry, who remained in the United States, and the Queen was before the funeral of Prince Philip. A discussion probably cordial to warm relations within the royal family.

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