There are reports that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding is facing interference from an outside entity. They are apparently struggling with the presence of a “third party” trying to disrupt their married life.
Associate Editor Camilla Tominey shared this claim as part of her analysis of Harry and Meghan. She discussed these ideas on the latest episode of Royal Insight.
During the show, Ms Tominey spoke of Prince Harry’s remarkable success in selling his memoir, ‘Spare’, which continues to make a splash on the bestseller list. She acknowledged that the book has provided royal journalists with a wealth of revelations about the royal family that were previously unimaginable.
However, Ms Tominey stressed that Prince Harry’s success is undeniably linked to his relationship with the royal family. She asked the question, “How is it going forward?”
Ms Tominey elaborated on the idea that Meghan Markle feels more at home in the US as it is her home country, while Prince Harry seems somewhat lost.
She added that he appears to belong more to Britain, referring to his decision to be present in the country during the hearing in the Associated Newspapers case.
Despite Prince Harry’s complex relationship with England over the years and his occasional negative remarks, he has expressed his enduring love for the country. He called her his “motherland” at the coronation and said he would always hold her in deep affection.
Ultimately, Ms Tominey concluded that Britain could be seen as the “third person” in Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s marriage, given the dynamics and challenges they face.