The royal expert has claimed that Prince Philip is ‘very disappointed, disappointed’ due to Meghan Markle’s failure to ‘support the monarchy’.
In 1952, the Duke of Edinburgh, who gave up his naval career to support the Queen, 94, when he ascended the throne in 1952, was ‘irritated’ when the 39-year-old Duchess of Sussex, failed to do the same, with Ingrid Sewer accordingly .
Speaking to Sky News, the royal biographer said that the elderly prince could not understand why the former actress did not follow his example after marrying 36-year-old Prince Harry in May 2018.
He said, I think he is very disappointed, because I think he feels that he gave up his naval career to stand with the queen and help the monarchy.
A royal expert has claimed that Prince Philip ‘is’ very disappointed’ by Meghan Markle’s failure.
‘And why can’t Meghan just give up her acting career, support her husband and support the monarchy?
‘As he used to say to Diana, this is not a competition of popularity, it is working together with all of us.
‘He just can’t figure out why he can’t support Harry and he should help rather than take his voice.’
Ms Steward said Prince Philip did not want to be part of a conversation about the future of Sussex outside the monarchy, which was held in Sandringham in January.
The Duke of Edinburgh, 99, who gave up his naval career to support the Queen after ascending the throne in 1952, was ‘irritated’ when the Duchess of Sussex failed to do so in favor of keeping her voice, According to him Ingrid Sewer. Picture: Meghan speaking at Fortune’s most powerful female summit yesterday
The Queen summons Prince Charles and Prince William to the Norfolk estate after Harry and Meghan announce their intention to go alone and become one. Financially independent
Ms Steward claimed that the Duke of Edinburgh no longer wanted to join it as Prince Harry and Meghan officially stepped back from the royal family in March this year.
‘Of course, this bothers him immensely. And when they had the Sandringham summit, Prince Philip was seen leaving very fast before coming home, ‘she observed.
‘He no longer wants to join it.’
According to Ms. Steward, as far as Philip was concerned, Harry and Meghan had ‘everything to them: a beautiful home, a healthy son and a unique opportunity to make a global impact with their charity work’. Picture of Archie Mountbatten Windsor’s birth in May last year
Earlier this month, Ms. Steward discussed Prince Philip’s poignant understanding of Duty in a piece for the Sunday Mail.
She said that it ‘makes her sad that many younger members of the royal family’ do not share her values. ‘
He said, “For example, he has struggled a lot with what he saw as the abandonment of his homeland in the duty-keeping of his grandson Harry and cared for the life of the self-centered figure in North America.”
‘He found it difficult to understand what it was that made his grandson’s life so unbearable. As far as Philippe is concerned, Harry and Meghan had everything for them: a beautiful home, a healthy son and a unique opportunity to make a global impact with their charity work.
Ms Steward claimed that the Duke of Edinburgh no longer wanted to join as Prince Harry and Meghan officially withdrew from the royal family in March this year (pictures on their last engagement in London)
‘For a man whose entire existence has been based on a dedication to do the right thing, it appears that his grandson renounced his responsibilities for his marriage to an American divorced in the same way that Edward VIII had Had left his crown. In 1937 to marry Wallis Simpson. ‘
On Monday, it was reported that Harry and Meghan might make a Netflix documentary in which sensational home footage was recorded during their departure from the firm.
The couple signed a deal worth around $ 100 million (£ 77.9 billion) with the American streaming giant earlier this month.
Speaking at Fortune’s most powerful women’s summit yesterday, Meghan said she paid no attention to public ‘flattery or criticism’ about her and went on to make ‘inaccurate’ remarks in the media, so that she would give them more More controversial. Or ‘inflammatory’.