Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle, according to a new book, are reproaching high-ranking royal court men. This emerges from excerpts from the soon-to-be-released work “Finding Freedom”, which was published on Saturday in the British “Times”.
The couple, who now live in the United States, had officially withdrawn from the front ranks of the Royals at the end of March. Prince Harry and his wife said they did not contribute anything to the book, but friends of them would have spoken to the two authors Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand.
According to the excerpts, the couple are partly to blame for some high-ranking courtiers for the fact that a break has occurred between them and the royal family. As the book shows, Harry called these courtiers “snakes”. They are said to have displeased that the popularity of the couple overshadowed the royal family.
In addition, Harry is said to have felt “unprotected” by his family. At a last meeting in March between Harry and his brother Prince William, at which their wives Meghan and Kate were also present, Kate is said to have avoided any eye contact with her sister-in-law.
The book, due to be released on August 11, further suggests that Harry was the driving force behind the couple’s departure from the royal family. However, Meghan told her husband that she “gave up her whole life for this family”. Meghan is said to have confided to a friend that the tabloid criticism was like “death by a thousand cuts”.
Harry and Meghan now live with their son Archie in Meghan’s home in California. Just a few days ago, a couple’s lawyer announced that Harry and Meghan Paparazzi were suing in Los Angeles for violating their son Archie’s privacy by taking pictures of the boy without permission. Harry has long accused the tabloid of persecuting his wife in a similar way to his mother Diana, who died in an accident in 1997 while fleeing paparazzi.