A new publication points to Kate Middleton and Prince William as responsible for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s departure from the Crown.
The Royal Family has always been a source of speculation and rumors, but in recent years, the battle between Diana and Charles’ sons, as well as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s final departure from the Crown have exacerbated the situation. Although people may never know what happened between them, a source now claims that the Duke of Sussex made this drastic decision because of the “bullying” experienced by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
Andrew Morton is a well-known royal biographer and the author of Lady Di’s memoir “Diana: Her True Story in Her Own Words,” which details her marriage to Prince Charles. However, he is also the author of Meghan Markle’s book “Meghan: A Hollywood Princess.” He added six chapters to the biography of the wife of the Prince of Wales’s youngest son when it was reprinted. He revealed new details about the scandal.
In this context, the Mirror obtained some excerpts from these new pages, which wrote that Harry and Meghan made an unshakable decision to leave after suffering for years the attacks and pressure from the Dukes of Cambridge. The author claims that Kate Middleton and William’s attitude was the trigger for the conflict between the brothers and that it reached a point of no return.
“The Duchess of Cambridge’s coldness toward Meghan and William’s alleged harassment led to the disastrous continuation of “Cain and Abel” between the brothers,” the author wrote in one of the new sections of his book. “Harry was the ‘main driver’ in the acrimonious relations between Sussex and the royal family, but it was Meghan who ‘took the hit’,” he said.
Although the new evidence presented by Morton confirms what many believe, it is not clear what the real motive for the Crown’s departure was. Furthermore, Harry and William have repeatedly tried to deny these rumors. In January last year, they even issued a joint statement to put an end to these speculations.
“Despite clear denials, a false story ran in a UK newspaper today speculating about the relationship between the Duke of Sussex and the Duke of Cambridge. For brothers who care so deeply about the issues surrounding mental health, the use of inflammatory language in this way is offensive and potentially harmful.” it argued.
The statement does not specify which report, but they are believed to be referring to a story in the Times which was headlined “Princes ‘fell out because William wasn’t friendly towards Meghan’”.