Meghan Markle has a “sense of entitlement” as she is “frustrated” about not being given “special treatment” for her status, a royal commentator has claimed.
The Duchess of Sussex, 41, has been dominating headlines in recent days after a report claimed a leaked letter revealed her correspondence with King Charles addressing her concerns of unconscious bias in the Royal Family.
Meghan hit out at the report in a statement and the publication updated the article. But some telling information was left in, according to royal commentator Kinsey Schofield.
She told Sky News Australia: “They left in that Meghan was not going to attend the Coronation because she felt like her children were excluded and she felt like her family played second fiddle to William and Katherine.”
TV host Rita Panahi argued that it is obvious the Sussexes will be treated differently to William, Kate and their children as William is the future king, as is his son.
She said: “It is astonishing that Harry and Meghan would think it would be any different. Others are treated differently as well.”
Schofield agreed, adding that there is a “sense of entitlement”.
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The commentator said: “It does feel like she thinks that she should be given this special treatment and she is frustrated that she is not being given this special treatment.”
Meghan first revealed her concerns of unconscious bias to the public during a bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey which aired in several countries in 2020.
Meghan and Harry told Oprah a member of the Royal Family expressed concerns about the colour of her unborn son’s skin.
The Telegraph article claimed King Charles wrote to his daughter-in-law following the interview.
The article alleged that he wrote to address the “racism concerns”, but the Telegraph later reported that Meghan deemed his letter not to be satisfactory.
The publication’s royal editor Victoria Ward wrote: “A source has said that the Duchess feels she has not received a satisfactory response to her concerns.
“The Duchess is understood to feel that concerns she has raised, which crucially include the way in which bullying complaints against her were handled and the allegation that neglect by the institution led her to feel suicidal, have still not been resolved.”
It came after Meghan and Harry biographer Omid Scobie released a statement on behalf of the Duchess.
It read: “The Duchess of Sussex is going about her life in the present, not thinking about correspondence from two years ago related to conversations from four years ago. Any suggestion otherwise is false and frankly ridiculous.”
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