According to information from our sources, Charles III would have agreed that his grandchildren, Archie and Lilibet, make use of their royal titles at the end of the year 2022. Only, this decision would be prior to the publication of Spare, the explosive memoirs of Prince Harry. So, would the king have been fooled by his son?
Was Charles III fooled by his son? Meghan and Harry‘s children will now be known as Princess Lilibet Diana and Prince Archie. Charles III has indeed agreed that his grandchildren will use their royal titles. According to information from our sources, relayed this Wednesday, March 8, this decision would have been taken at the end of 2022. Thus, this authorization would be prior to the publication of the explosive Memoirs of the Duke of Sussex, unveiled last January 10.
In Spare, Prince Harry does not spare the royal family and in particular his mother-in-law, Camilla Parker Bowles. Meghan Markle‘s husband wrote, among other things, “I remember wondering… if she would be cruel to me, if she would be like all the evil stepmothers in the stories.” Personal attacks that would have strongly displeased the successor of Elizabeth II. Therefore, if he had been aware of the content of the book, would Charles III have taken the same decision concerning the titles of Archie and Lilibet? Nothing is less sure…
“The king is just fed up with the whole situation”
In an article published on March 1, the Royal expert Omid Scobie indicated that Charles III would have been in a “furious” state after the publication of the book. Another source confirmed, “I think the king is just fed up with the whole situation.” As a result, the sovereign would have hardened the tone and taken sanctions against his youngest son. The latter was recently deprived of his home at Frogmore Cottage, his last pied-à-terre in the UK. Decidedly the situation is far from being appeased.
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