We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights.
DJ Fat Tony performed at the Duke and the Duchess of Sussex’s 2018 wedding reception at Frogmore House. He claimed it was “jealousy” that led the royal couple to take the drastic decision to quit their royal roles and move to the US.
The DJ, who’s real name is Tony Marnach, said: “It’s typical of the way we are in this country – we build people up and then try to destroy them.
“God forbid, they wanted to live their own life.
“I think it’s human nature to be jealous.
“We shoot things down that we don’t understand.
“And with Harry and Meghan, nobody understands what went on – it’s all speculation and they’ve never discussed it. So it’s, ‘let’s hate them’.”
Mr Marnach, who has DJ’d for events for the likes of the Beckham family, said he is relieved to see the couple happier.
He said: “If you’re doing something you don’t love and you’re not happy doing it, don’t do it. There’s always another option.”
But before they decided to step back as senior royals, Meghan reportedly ignored advice from the Duchess of Cornwall on how to deal with attention from the media.
READ MORE: Meghan Markle: How Queen granted Eugenie request Meghan was DENIED
In an attempt to help the former Suit actress adapt to her new life, Camilla invited her to a private lunch before her marriage to Prince Harry.
Camilla explained how she had coped with the pressure, especially after Princess Diana’s death.
It is believed she urged Meghan to concentrate on the positive aspects of her new role in The Firm and “ride out the storm” when it came to negative comments.
Prince Charles offered similar advice to his son Harry.
Queen granted Princess Margaret historic royal wedding gift [INSIGHT]
Grant Shapps shamed as Britons forced to scramble back from Croatia [UPDATES]
Gove launches secret plot to work with Labour in bid to eradicate indy [REVEALED]
But Meghan was still unhappy with the scrutiny and in an ITV documentary famously said: “Not many people have asked if I’m OK.”
A friend of Meghan’s said: “Meg was really grateful to Camilla who was very supportive and invited her out for private lunches, particularly around the time of her marriage.
“She listened to her and understood that it’s really difficult joining the Royal Family from an otherwise ‘normal’ life
“Much like Meghan, Camilla had experienced a lot of negative press and hostility from courtiers due to her relationship with Charles when he was still married to Diana.
“She was very sensitive to Meghan and provided her with support, advising her to ride out the storm and that it would all pass – but ultimately Meghan didn’t listen.”
In 2013, Camilla offered the same advice to Kate Middleton when she married Prince William.
A palace aide said: “The Duchess of Cornwall does understand what it’s like to come from a normal life and then land in the completely extraordinary world that the Royal family exist in.
“As a consequence, she tries very hard to make people welcome and help them find their feet, and has done so for many years.
“Her consciously offering to mentor and guide is something that she really does try and do.
“That applies to many people, not just the Duchess of Cambridge and the Duchess of Sussex.”
Source: Read Full Article