Tom Bower, well-known biographer, has made surprising claims in his upcoming guide about Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex.
The writer claimed that Harry’s then fiancée Meghan had spoken about their relationship to the press in an interview in 2017 regardless of being “ordered” her to “preserve tight-lipped silence about delicate topics.”
Prince Harry’s sweetheart spoke to journalist Sam Kashner for Self-importance Honest in 2017, at a time her engagement with Prince Harry was nonetheless a secret to the world.
Bower claimed Meghan wished her interview to be centered on her philanthropy and activism. Nevertheless, she let slip she was “in love” with Harry, which turned the quilt story of that 12 months’s September challenge of the journal.
Regardless of the Duchess’ complaints, the publication of the interview went forward, Bower wrote. And, although he barred his then fiancée from talking about him to the journalist, “Harry remained completely loyal”.
Bower, in an extract from the guide printed by The Occasions, claimed: “Reversing the narrative was inconceivable. In contrast to the opposite younger ladies who married the Windsors it appeared Meghan wouldn’t stay silent.
“In London, Harry’s household and their advisers had been subdued. This was not a difficulty, as some would later assert, concerning the Palace’s dealing with or mismanagement of Meghan. Nothing could possibly be finished.
“The besotted prince ignored the warnings that Meghan spelled hassle for the Palace.”