Prince Harry is not really welcome at Buckingham Palace anymore. Fortunately, the Duke of Sussex can count on faithful allies: his two cousins, Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, daughters of Sarah Ferguson.
Since the announcement of the publication of his memoirs scheduled for 2022, Prince Harry has created a “tsunami of fear” in the British royal family. The Windsors fear that terrible revelations will come to light. Indeed, the Duke of Sussex has planned to publish a book “accurate and entirely truthful”. If necessary, the youngest son of Lady Diana will not hesitate to put Prince Charles in an embarrassing position. Fortunately for him, some members of the royal family have chosen to be in his camp. Notably the Princesses of York, Beatrice and Eugenie.
Since his childhood, Prince Harry is very close to his cousins. Only four years of difference separate the grandson of Elizabeth II and the eldest daughter of Prince Andrew. Bonds were therefore created very quickly between the two cousins, especially with the youngest, Eugenie. Not to mention the strong friendship between their respective mothers for several years, Lady Diana and Sarah Ferguson. Once grown up, Prince Harry and Eugenie have notably toured London pubs together. According to close sources, the two grandchildren of the Queen have the “most natural ties” reported the Daily Mirror.
Princess Eugenie, Prince Harry’s confidant
Much more than a simple agreement, Prince Harry and the daughter of Sarah Ferguson have a special relationship. The authors of the book Finding Freedom, Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand, revealed some of the details: “Eugenie was one of the first people Harry talked to about Meghan.” In this biography about the married life of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Eugenie of York is considered a confidante of the prince and his voice “of wisdom.” Prince Andrew’s daughters are not the only ones to support the couple who have left for Los Angeles. Their mother, Sarah Ferguson, recently expressed her support for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, implicitly.
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