Princess Anne has sympathy for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle as more pressure is put on the ‘young and glamorous royalty faces’, royal expert Robert Hardman revealed
- 69-year-old Princess Anne has sympathy for Prince Harry, 35 and Meghan Markle, 38
- Robert Hardman did a massive royal interview for the upcoming documentary
- She told the Today program: ‘She is happy that she is not following this path today’
- Said: ‘She acknowledges that the media is interested in the new, the young and the glamorous’
- He went on: ‘This place puts pressure and it’s not an easy role to play’
Princess Anne has sympathy for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle as the role of ‘new, young and glamorous’ royalty puts ‘pressure’ which is ‘not easy’, a royal expert has revealed.
Robert Hardman, who interviewed Shahi, 69, extensively for the upcoming documentary Princess Royal: Anne on 70, told Radio 4’s Today program: ‘She reveals that she is glad she doesn’t walk this path today Has been. ‘
Asked if she had ‘sympathy’ for 35-year-old Prince Harry and 38-year-old Meghan Markle, she said: ‘She does, and she talks about it.’
Robert said: ‘She fully acknowledges that the media is particularly interested in the new and young and glamorous and that the place pressures and is not an easy role to play.’
Princess Anne has sympathy for Prince, Harry, 35, and Meghan Markle, 38, because ‘new, young, glamorous royals’ face ‘pressure’, according to a royal expert
In the meantime, he also told how Shahi is conscious of the pressures of the young royal family, stating that ‘in his day, you had no social media’.
Robert described how Princess Royal ‘clearly came to terms’ with the challenges and pressures of her role.
He added: ‘He was certainly part of the thinking in the decision not to give titles to his own children.
‘And we had a long conversation with them, they are absolutely delightful, and they are both very grateful for how grateful they are that they have been able to return to normal for a life when your grandmother is the emperor.’
Robert Hardman described how Princess Royal had ‘sympathy’ with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex as pressure caused by ‘new, young, glamorous royals’ face
In the meantime he also told how Princess Anne remained focused and devoted to her royal duties throughout her life.
She said: ‘I think she was quite direct in what she wanted to do. She did not want to be a fairy princess. She wanted to be hands-on.
‘She wanted to make a change, not just being a figurehead.’
But he said that Princess Royal also ‘never felt the pressure’ to be ‘forced to change’.
Meanwhile Robert also said how 38-year-old Zara Tyndall and ‘Peter Phillips’ said they were capable of living a ‘normal’ life
His comments come as it will not resume the official roles of Prince Harry and Meghan, who were walking barefoot with the Royal Family following a bombache biography.
Sources believe that the couple ‘torpedoed’ when the Queen’s trial and an opportunity came to create a new situation in the US with the help of senior royals.
The book, which elaborates on its sour relations with the monarchy, when the ‘magitz’ is reviewed, is likely to crush any hope of a renaissance of its royal duties.
His remarks amid the ‘torpedo’ news of Prince Harry and Meghave gives the Queen and senior politicians a chance to make a new place when their ‘trial period’ ends in the US
This revelation will also harm Harry’s attempts to fix his rift with brother William and sister-in-law Kate.
A royal family source said: ‘The door will always be open to the much-loved family members. But it is difficult to see how they can now dispose of a new role as “hybrid” royals, who are running commercial careers with royal duties from the US. ‘
Another source told the Mail, ‘The review period has not been discussed yet, but it does not appear that there is any way back now. Some very private family matters have now aired publicly, seemingly with his blessing. It will be painful. ‘