The rift between Harry and Meghan and the members of the Firm seems to be deeper than ever. The truth is that the bridges the Sussexes burnt because of all the allegations they made against the royals can’t be easily fixed.
Ever since their departure from the family, Harry and Meghan are under the spotlight giving interviews, publishing books, and sharing details of their time as working royals.
It all started with the infamous interview with Oprah in which the couple accused the Firm of racism and shared that a senior royal was concerned about the color of the skin of then unborn Archie.
Once in the States, the couple continued exposing secrets concerning Harry’s part of the family, although one of the reasons they left Britain behind was the pursuit of a quiet life out of the eyes of the public and the media.
What followed was a bunch of appearances in podcasts and Harry publishing his all-tell memoir Spare in which he spoke about his life as a royal and wrote about everyone from his family, not even Kate and William’s children were spared.
All these appearances and the contracts they signed with Spotify and Netlix among the rest, brought them millions, so it’s safe to say that they can afford a lavish lifestyle.
The royals never reacted to any of Harry and Meghan’s accusations, except for the one time when now late Queen Elizabeth issued a statement regarding the Oprah interview in which she stated that “some recollections may vary.”
And now, as many are convinced that Harry and Meghan are done with being in front of the camera, royal expert Richard Fitzwilliams shared with the Daily Mail the couple would most likely continue to engage in activities similar to what we’ve seen over the past few years, including making shows, doing interviews, and writing books because they “specialize in doing the unexpected” and do whatever fits their needs.
Further, he claims that there is “obviously plenty left that they could say in print,” adding that there still remains “enormous’ international interest in Harry and Meghan’s activities.”
“His early life might make the third (book), and Meghan could write a memoir, as has been rumoured. There is obviously plenty left that they could say in print,” the royal expert concluded.
“The question is, would it benefit them, and how would it help their brand and the causes they support?”
Another royal expert and author, Tom Quinn, believes that Harry is seen as a “loose cannon” by the Royal Family and that Meghan’s goal is to steer Harry so that he might ‘destroy’ his family members.
“The Royal Family will be deeply upset by the fact they have this loose cannon, someone William was [once] close to,” Quinn said on the Channel 5 documentary Harry & Meghan: Is America Turning Against Them.
“[Harry] has married this woman who seems to be encouraging him to destroy the royal family.”
He further added that the Buckingham Palace not responding to anything Harry and Meghan say or do is expected. “Very sensibly, and in keeping with the tradition, the Royal Family [will never] say anything beyond things like ‘recollections may vary’ about these various events.”
Harry and Meghan are now so estranged from the British royalty that the only royals who have ever visited them in California are Princess Beatrice and her husband.
According to former Vanity Fair editor-in-chief Graydon Carter, the couple will “live to regret” not keeping in touch.
“That will come back to haunt them at a certain point. They have no cousins that they see, or uncles or aunts, and they don’t see grandparents, except for one,” he said. That one grandparent is Meghan’s mother Doria who often spends time with her grandchildren.
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