A new book claims to expose how Harry and Meghan ended up being disillusioned with the Royal Family and the occasions that caused them leaving the UK.
The book, Finding Flexibility by Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand, is because of be released in August and is being serialised in The Times and The Sunday Times.
It claims the relationship in between the Sussexes and Harry’s bro William and sister-in-law Kate ended up being so bitter by March that they hardly talked to each other at a Westminster Abbey service, regardless of not having actually seen each other considering that January.
The couple, who wed in 2018, now reside in Los Angeles with their 14- month-old child Archie, after stepping down from royal responsibilities in March.
The book stated they had “liked being in control of their narrative” in the early days of their marital relationship however being informed they needed to run under the Buckingham Palace umbrella after splitting their family from the Cambridges’ was “a big disappointment to them”.
“As their popularity had grown, so did Harry and Meghan’s difficulty in understanding why so few inside the palace were looking out for their interests. They were a major draw for the Royal Family,” the authors composed.
“The Sussexes had made the monarchy more relatable to those who had never before felt a connection. However, there were concerns that the couple should be brought into the fold; otherwise the establishment feared their popularity might eclipse that of the Royal Family.”
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The couple concerned think they were being obstructed from seeing the Queen to discuss their misery, according to the book, and had actually thought about breaking with procedure by springing a surprise see to the queen.
The book explains Harry as “highly emotional and fiercely protective of his wife and son”, including that he felt “drained” by the distinct situations of his family.
A source was priced quote as stating the family “doesn’t have the opportunity to operate as an actual family… every conversation, every issue, every personal disagreement, whatever it may be, involves staff”.
They added: “It creates a really weird environment that actually doesn’t allow people to sort things out themselves.”
The book likewise discussed Meghan’s distressed at Harry being removed of his military visits when it was revealed the couple would stop royal responsibilities. The duke was referred to as being “emotional” about the news.
The duchess was priced quote as informing a good friend that it was “so unnecessary”, including: “And it’s not just taking something away from him; it’s also that entire military veteran community. You can see how much he means to them, too. So why?”
A representative for Meghan and Harry stated: “The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were not talked to and did
not add to Finding Flexibility.”
“This book is based on the authors’ own experiences as members of the royal press corps and their own independent reporting,” the declaration added.