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Entertainment

Web Desk
April 20, 2021

Prince Harry is ‘entrapped’ in his marriage with Meghan Markle

Entertainment

Web Desk
Tue, Apr 20, 2021

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle riled up the British public since they called it quits with the royal family last year.

Despite many still supporting the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, they still have their fair share of detractors as well.

Famed author Lady Colin Campbell thinks the two “won’t last” as the former actor is “disconnected with reality.”

In a chat with Cindy Adams for Page Six, Lady C said: “She and Harry won’t last. Once she became the royal Duchess of Sussex, it was off with everyone’s head.”

“Disconnected from reality, she lost it. She froths at the mouth when my name is mentioned. But nothing she can do because I made no legal mistakes. With all I stated about her — her background, how she learned about him — I am legally OK,” she continued.

“Since fallout from the Oprah piece, her name’s mud throughout the Commonwealth, even in the islands,” she said.

“This wrong-footed woman stated untruths. She couldn’t keep her mouth shut. Knowing some statements could not be massaged into reality, Harry went along. Not pleased, he knew they were not true.”

“They were not already married three days before the big wedding. There’s a difference between fact and fiction. He knows the difference in a real ceremony. As did the Archbishop of Canterbury,” she shared.

“No matter how disagreeable, the Crown handles situations. They’ll wait until the situation crystallizes. For now dignity and politesse rule the situation.”

“She’s picked America and a communal property state and has two children. She’s got him. Difficult for him to get out. He’s entrapped,” she said.

“Returning, London would act polite. Be received politely. Treated with respect. The Establishment, however, will treat him as a pariah,” she added.