Ann Widdecombe pulls apart Meghan Markle
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Tensions between Prince Harry and Meghan and the rest of the Royal Family has heightened in the past few years, and even more so since the Sussexes’ bombshell Oprah interview in March 2021. The couple have shared some unsettling revelations about their life within the Royal Family over the past few years and speaking on the latest episode of Palace Confidential, historian Dr Tessa Dunlop has now claimed the Royal Family should “boldly love-bomb” the couple in order to contain the continuous claims made by them.
Dr Dunlop told Palace Confidential: “They’ve got to love-bomb.
“If I was the Royal Family, I would love-bomb the Sussexes.”
Host Jo Elvin asked if there has been “attempts” at this, Dr Dunlop claimed they need to “do it more publicly, do it more boldly”.
Reacting to Dr Dunlop’s “love-bomb” comments, the Daily Mail’s diary editor Richard Eden said he “couldn’t disagree with Tessa more”.
He added: “The idea of love-bombing the Sussexes, it’s ridiculous.
“All they do is throw mud back in the faces of the Royal Family.”
Ms Elvin said: “That’s why, I think, maybe the high road is the good option”.
The Mail on Sunday’s Editor-at-Large, Charlotte Griffiths also joined Palace Confidential and added “sources close to Charles came out and said ‘I really love both my sons equally and I’m very saddened to hear that he feels he might have lost me’ so he actually is reacting which is unusual for the Royal Family.”
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In the two-hour Oprah interview, Meghan claimed that there were “concerns” over the colour of their then-unborn son Archie’s skin.
The Duchess also shared that she had suffered with her mental health during her time in The Firm, which allegedly she was denied help during her private struggle.
Harry also made claims that his brother and father were “trapped” within the monarchy and that his father, at the time, had “stopped taking” his calls and that he was cut off from his family.
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The Daily Mirror’s royal editor joined Lorraine on Monday and claimed that recent reports have said that “William is not going to speak to his brother until he knows what is in that memoir”, adding that their relationship is “going from bad to worse.”
Prince Harry’s memoir is set to be released this year.
The contents of the book remain unknown, however Mr Myers said the royals are “very very nervous” about the release.
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