Camilla branded Meghan Markle as “the kind of MINX” who saw her as a “self-serving troublemaker” who she doubted would “sacrifice her career for silent service” to the monarchy, a royal biographer claims.
- Meghan Markle, 40, has been called “that minx” by the Duchess of Cornwall.
- Camilla ‘hard to believe’ the Duchess of Sussex would ‘serve in silence’
- Royal biographer Tom Bauer claimed that the two women never saw eye to eye.
- Camilla added that the former actress was “a self-serving troublemaker.”
Meghan Markle was called “that minx” by the Duchess of Cornwall, who considered her “a self-serving troublemaker”, claims a royal biographer.
The Duchess of Sussex, 40, who currently lives in her $14 million mansion in California after stepping down from royal duties last year, has never met the Duchess of Cornwall face-to-face, according to Tom Bower.
The commentator, who is currently working on Meghan’s biography, said that Camilla had “suspected” the Duchess’s intentions for a long time.
He told The Sun that the duo never got along, explaining: “[Camilla] it was hard to believe that Meghan would sacrifice her career and independence to silently serve on a team dedicated to the monarchy.”
Meghan Markle was called “that whore” by the Duchess of Cornwall, who considered her “a self-serving troublemaker,” said royal biographer Tom Bauer.
However, he added that the Duchess is still “silent” about her dislike of Meghan.
Tom said Camilla served as a “comfort” for Prince Charles after the Sussexes gave a series of explosive interviews last year.
He added: “During these inevitably endless, agonizing and fruitless conversations, Camille is one of those who would refer to Meghan as ‘that minx’ – a self-serving troublemaker whose antics always end in tears.”
Meanwhile, a royal biographer suggested that the Duke and Duchess’s silence over the Queen’s announcement that Camilla would one day be Queen Consort was “Meghan’s way of declaring war.”
The commentator, who is currently working on Meghan’s biography, said that Camille had long “suspected” the Duchess’s intentions and doubted whether she would “silently serve” the monarchy.
In an announcement for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee last week, Her Majesty spoke of her “sincere desire” that when the time comes, the Duchess of Cornwall be known as Queen Consort and not Princess Consort as her marriage to the Prince was announced. . Wales.
William is said to have “supported” the move and “respected” the logic of his grandmother’s decision.
Meanwhile, Prince Harry and Meghan have not given any public words. When he broke his silence from California four days later, there was no mention of his stepmother or a proposal to change her status.
Instead, he generously paid tribute to Diana, praising her work in the fight against AIDS and HIV, and explaining that he feels a “duty” to continue his late mother’s efforts to remove the stigma associated with the virus. He pointedly said, “I could never take her place.”
This is a drastic change from Harry’s previous comments about the Duchess of Cornwall.
His comments came after the Sussexes kept quiet over the news that the Duchess of Cornwall would become queen consort.
During an interview marking his 21st birthday in September 2005, he said that he and William “loved her crazy”.
He continued, “She’s a wonderful woman and she made our father very, very happy, which is the most important thing.”
Continuing his theme, he added, “Look at the position she’s in. Don’t always feel sorry for me and William, feel sorry for her. We are grateful to her. . . We are very happy to have her around.”
Harry emphasized: “Honestly, she was always very close to me and William, if there were any doubts about the feelings of the brothers towards the Duchess, who married their father five months earlier. But no, she is not an evil stepmother, I will tell you now.