Meghan Markle is not the only one behind her and Prince Harry’s move to exit the royal family as the Duke of Sussex was a ‘deeply unhappy man’ before the couple moved to the United States (US).
In her piece for news.com.au, royal expert Daniela Elser pointed out that the Suits alum was painted as a “villain” in Megxit drama.
“This was, supposedly, a tragic story with a clear villain and a clear victim. Their exit, after all, is called Megxit, not Sussexit or Hexit or some other portmanteau.”
She noted: “To me, the most glaring, important takeaway is not that former staffers called themselves the ‘Sussex Survivors Club’ or that insiders thought the Duchess was a ‘narcissistic sociopath’ but that time and again, it was allegedly not just Meghan who treated staff badly.”
“Based on Low’s telling, Harry was just as complicit as his girlfriend-then-wife,” Daniela continued.
“What is so significant about Courtiers’ revelations so far is that it wholly pushes back against the narrative of Meghan as the difficult, baddie HRH, instead establishing a scenario where she was only one half of an allegedly highly problematic duo,” she added.
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