Tina Brown described Harry and Meghan's exit from royal life as a 'disaster for both sides.'
Royal author Tina Brown has made some strong statements about Meghan Markle and Prince Harry recently. The former Vanity Fair editor claimed that the "hotheaded" couple made bad choices when leaving the British monarchy, according to The Daily Mail. Brown also mentioned that Harry might be keen on getting back and serving the country after the Queen dies but Meghan Markle will not be onboard.
'Meghan will never come back. She disliked England', says Ex-Vanity Fair editor https://t.co/TT7m2ROYXs— Daily Mail U.K. (@DailyMailUK) April 26, 2022
Brown shared her thoughts, mentioning that she thinks "Harry is going to want to come back when the Queen dies to serve his country. And I think they will find a way to reel him in. And it’s possible that Meghan - maybe they will have a commuter arrangement. I don’t know. I don’t see Meghan ever wanting to go back. She disliked England." Brown also believes that the British public is "very very sad" that the couple has stepped away from royal life. "I actually think there is a Harry-shaped hole in the royal family now. And Harry was beloved, actually, by the British people. And people adored Meghan when she came into the mix. So it was actually very, very sad for everybody that it went so wrong because they actually need Harry and Meghan now. You should see, the Queen is failing, and she’s very frail. They kind of need Harry and Meghan to bring that star power and to be on the balcony at the Jubilee. We have to have a royal family up there. We can’t have Andrew up there," Brown said.
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Brown spoke about the former royal couple on The New York Times' Sway podcast with Kara Swisher. The appearance coincided with the release of her new book, The Palace Papers: Inside the House of Windsor the Truth and the Turmoil. According to Newsweek, Brown claimed to be "very empathetic to Meghan" over the course of writing the book but has been left with disappointment. Brown is more impressed with Meghan's sister-in-law, Kate Middleton. "I also came to admire Kate very much, too," she told Swisher. "Kate looked at the situation, and she said, I can do this. I will do it. I'm going to devote myself to it. Essentially, it's kind of like the secular version, or the royal version, of taking the veil. It really is. It's about saying, I will do this. And she has, actually."
Prince Harry is opening up about his relationship with Meghan Marklehttps://t.co/zGusMgMIpB— JustJared.com (@JustJared) April 19, 2022
Meghan and Harry are focussing their energy on their personal lives and charitable endeavours. The two appeared at The Invictus Games started by Harry in 2014. The event is an adaptive sports competition for service personnel and veterans. The 37-year-old told PEOPLE, "I had always wanted to share these incredible moments with someone special, and to have Meg by my side means everything. Last time we were at the Games was in Sydney in 2018, when we had just announced we were pregnant with Archie. So the Games are important to us for many reasons, and they're anchored to very pivotal and sentimental moments for us as a couple. I am an incredibly lucky man to have her as my wife."
April 21, 2022
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