Prince Harry and Meghan Markle did not stay in the UK any longer than necessary. The Duke of Sussex was hoping to return with his children, Archie and Lillibet, after a visible disagreement with the rest of the British royal family. -who is left in charge of his grandmother Doria Ragland- After the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II at her home in Montecito, California.
And this is precisely a gesture that the recently deceased sovereign may not have liked at all, According to a new book going on sale this Thursday, As it turns out, privately, the mother of the new King Charles III did not like Harry and Meghan’s departure from the monarchy at all.
As the book’s author, Katie Nicholl explains, whose title is The New Royals: Queen Elizabeth’s Legacy and the Future of the Crown [que se puede traducir por “Los nuevos royals: el legado de la reina Isabel y el futuro de la corona”]The emperor felt deeply saddened for the decision of his grandson and his wife and thus told about it privately to one of his closest friends.
It was this man who was very close to the Queen, who would later speak with Nicole, a journalist and reporter who maintains the anonymity of his source in his writings but maintains his words: “She, the Queen, was very hurt and told me ‘I don’t know, I don’t care, I don’t want to think about it anymore and never'”.
He was referring to all that controversy, noting that in an excerpt from the book he published Vanity Fair you can read that Elizabeth II was “tired” with all the “quarrels” created by the couple. Similarly, Nicole says that Sovereign also regretted not knowing better the little ones of the couple, Archie and Lillibet.
“It was a constant source of sadness for the Queen that she had been unable to see Archie and Lillibet very little and that Harry and Meghan were unable to join her for at least the weekend in August. [el palacio de] Balmoral, When Queen used to organize a ‘slumber party’ for all his grandchildren and great-grandchildren.” The author adds.