Prince Harry, Meghan Markle suffering a setback in a showdown with the royal family?
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, who have been accused of “blackmailing” the Royal Family amid rumors surrounding the release of their second book, must review their policy because all their stunts would weaken their credibility.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s aggression against the Royal Family, particularly the Prince and Princess of Wales, has seriously damaged their own reputations in the UK and the US.
The Sussexes have a bitter pill to swallow as their popularity has plummeted not only in the UK but also in the US. While an Ipsos Mori poll this week suggests William and Kate remained the most popular royals in the UK following the publication of Prince Harry Spare’s memoir.
A Newsweek poll suggests that while Spare has hurt the Royal Family, it may not have helped Harry and Meghan themselves, with their popularity in the US declining further.
Royal expert and historian Rafe Heydel-Mankoo, according to Express UK, had also accused the California-based couple of attracting attention, saying: “The fact is, of course, this is supposed to be the first d ‘a four-chord book and we almost had the royals sing it, saying ‘oh, well, I left out the most sensational bits of the book,’ Mankoo said.
Earlier, Harry, in an interview with UK network ITV, claimed members of the Royal Family had “slept with the devil” in order to gain positive media coverage. Prince Harry also claimed his family were “accomplices” to his wife. Meghan’s pain and suffering.
He further alleged that his mother-in-law Camilla, the Queen Consort, revealed private conversations to the media.