A source said Prince Harry was so unhappy with his life as a working monarch that Meghan’s work in helping him find an escape route should be acknowledged.
In his new book, Courtiers: The Hidden Power Behind the Crownwhich is serialized by times From London, Valentine Law cites a “surprising source – someone who knows Harry well but remains upset about what Harry and Meghan did” – where he says: “There is a part of me that thinks Meghan did Harry the greatest kindness anyone could do to him, which would have gotten him out of the family.” The owner, because he was very unhappy the last two years of his working life. We knew he was unhappy, but we didn’t really know what the solution was. She came and found the solution.”
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However, he also said in the book that Meghan and Harry felt “trapped” by “ridiculous rules” about what they can and cannot do and the “inflexibility of the palace”.
Another source criticized the palace’s handling of the crisis as “incredibly inept,” adding: “It just required the decision makers to sit around a table and say, ‘Well, what are we going to do about it? What do you need to feel better? And what can we give? “
Low Quotes – A source said to him: “In Meghan and family, you had two worlds who had no experience with each other, had no way of communicating with each other, and had no way of understanding each other. Meghan didn’t fit that model and this model wouldn’t tolerate Never with the Meghan that Meghan wanted to be.”
Low adds, however, that in the early days of the exit negotiations, a serious effort was made to find a solution with five different scenarios taking place the maneuvers, “which ranged from Harry and Meghan spending most of their time as working members of the royal family, but having a month a year to do things their own, where they spend most of their time privately, but do a finite number of royal activities.”
Lu says that at one point Clive Alderton, then Prince Charles’ private secretary, suggested that if they could get this right, they would be able to solve a problem for future generations of royals who were not in the immediate line of succession.
Ultimately, it was Queen Elizabeth who declared that royal rules about people making money and not being politicized should be sacrosanct, and that if Harry and Meghan wanted to “make money” or “dip their toes into American politics” they “couldn’t” be allowed perform official duties.
Lu says the idea of ”compromise” was eventually removed by the Queen.