Prince Harry, Meghan Markle dramatize ‘TV series that lasted too long’
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been warned against portraying their 20-month long stay as senior royals as a “TV series that has gone on too long”.
Royal commentator and author Daniela Elser made the confession in an article for the Herald of New Zealand.
In it, she wrote: “Since 2020, the world has been thrilled as Harry and Meghan turned their 20-month stint as working royals into a Homeric clash between their righteous thinking and a family at the heart of stone who definitely refused to appoint a royal shaman.
“Like a hit TV series that’s gone on too long, with the writers dealing with the same tired material, it’s high time for the Sussexes to find a new angle.”
The claim comes shortly after The Telegraph’s Camilla Tominey raised suspicions that Meghan Markle had joined Instagram because of the username, @Meghan.
That’s because Ms Tominey thinks “nobody but a celebrity [would be] able to get a handle on first name terms.