Those whose names must not be spoken. Like Voldemort, the sworn enemy of the young Harry Potter in the saga of J.K Rowling, Harry and Meghan seem today to be undesirable to the point that their former entourage at Buckingham no longer wishes to pronounce their names. Since the Megxit, between the revelations of the couple, past or future, on the royal family, and the confidences of people who worked for them at Kensington Palace,Harry and Meghan seem to have become real pariahs. So much so, that, as Gyles Brandrath reveals in his new biographical work on Queen Elizabeth, the mention of the Sussexes has become a subject of tension: “When the names of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex come up at Court, the brokers flinch and change the conversation or refer to them as ‘those people who live abroad’.
Elizabeth: An intimate portrait, excerpts of which are reported by the Mail on Sunday, paints a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. In the book, Gyles Brandrath returns to the departure of the Sussexes, and the phlegm with which the Queen managed the crisis.Unlike Prince Philip, who did not mince words about the defection of Harry and Meghan, the queen seemed encouraging with the couple, while remaining strict with the rules of the Megxit.Today the royals seem to have made a decision not to comment or give their opinion on the Sussexes. According to the book, “if Harry and Meghan are mentioned to members of the royal family, they smile briefly and drop a ‘We wish them the best’ and nothing more.”If Diana were here they would not have married
Tongues are loosening even more with just a few weeks to go before the release of Prince Harry’s memoirs, which will be published on January 10, 2023.Commentators do not spare the princely couple of Montecito, as this former private secretary of the queen who gave his opinion on the marriage of the Sussexes. Dickie Arbiter ventured an analysis of the romantic relationship between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.According to him, Diana alive, William’s brother “would not have married Meghan because he would not have been in the state he was in since the death of his mother, he would have taken a completely different path, and continued to support the King.” So the former broker claims that it was Prince Harry’s mental health that caused him to fall in love with the American actress.Dickie Arbiter describes Princess Diana as someone who “had a good head on her shoulders. She was very pragmatic and reasonable”. One more reason, according to him, to think that if Harry could have asked his mother for advice, she would not have encouraged him to marry Meghan.