‘Those people who live abroad’: Royal Family Expert Reveals Buckingham Palace Staff Hate Meghan Markle, Prince Harry So Much They’ve Given Them Deplorable Nicknames

Gyles Brandreth, Prince Philip’s close friend, claims that all palace employees refer to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle similarly. A new book by Gyles Brandreth, an English broadcaster, writer, and former member of parliament of the United Kingdom, claims Royal staff have secret code names for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry

According to an excerpt from his upcoming book, Elizabeth: An Intimate Portrait, staff used a nickname to snub the couple. The Duke and the Duchess of Sussex have become undesirable to the point that their former Buckingham entourage will no longer pronounce their names.

Due to the revelations of the couple, past or future, about the royal family and the confidences of Kensington Palace staff, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle seem to have become pariahs since the Megxit.

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What did the Royal Staff nickname Meghan Markle and Prince Harry?

As an icon of fortitude and resilience throughout her life, Elizabeth: An Intimate Portrait by Gyles Brandreth is a must-have biography of the longest-serving monarch in English history. An intimate, personal biography of Queen Elizabeth II tells the story of her remarkable life, reign, and times from a unique perspective.

Queen Elizabeth II
Queen Elizabeth II

In his new biography of Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Philip’s friend and royal author Brandrath revealed how Prince Harry and Meghan Markle had become a source of tension; when the name of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex is mentioned at Court, brokers flinch and change the subject or refer to them as “those who live abroad.”

Brandreth’s new book, excerpts reported in the Mail on Sunday, painted a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, delves into the Queen’s last days, and discussed the Sussexes’ departure and her handling of the crisis. Several aspects of the late monarch are explored in the new book, from the dangerous way she gave birth to three of her children, one of her favorite BBC dramas, and even her last conversation.

As of today, it appears that the royals have decided not to comment on the Sussexes’ situation or state their opinions on it. As described in the book,

“If Harry and Meghan are mentioned to members of the Royal Family, they simply smile briefly and say ‘we wish them all the best’ and nothing else.”

In addition, the book mentions how the Queen was devoted to Prince Harry and how she truly wished him success in his new life abroad.

After deciding to step down from their roles as working members of the Royal Family, Markle and Harry moved to California in March 2020. During the aftermath of the Duchess of Sussex leaving the UK, staff at Buckingham Palace accused her of bullying them.

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The Love of Queen Elizabeth II Extended to Meghan Markle

Meghan Markle and Queen Elizabeth II
Meghan Markle and Queen Elizabeth II

According to Brandreth’s new book, the late Queen Elizabeth II fought cancer in the last few months of her life. The author claimed,

“I had heard that the Queen had a form of myeloma — bone marrow cancer — which would explain her tiredness and weight loss and those ‘mobility issues’ we were often told about during the last year or so of her life.”

However, “Old age” was listed as the official cause of Queen Elizabeth II’s death.

According to the book, as a grandmother, she was deeply delighted when her grandson, Prince Harry, announced he would marry Meghan Markle. The book mentions,

“She liked Meghan and told lots of people so. And she did everything she could to make her future granddaughter-in-law feel welcome.”

In his portrayal of the Queen’s story, Gyles Brandreth writes candidly, sensitively, and with grace from the perspective of someone who met her, spoke with her, and documented those talks.

Also Read: “She was always more concerned about Harry than TV nonsense”: Queen Elizabeth Went Out of Her Way to Make Meghan Markle Feel Welcomed, Was Worried For Grandson Prince Harry For Being Too Much in Love With the Duchess of Sussex

Source: Marca

Tulika Shreshthi
Tulika Shreshthi

Tulika Shreshthi is a professional content writer at Animated Times in an entertainment niche. She has years of experience in Content Management and SEO-based digital Content Writing. Also, she has a specialization in technical content writing. As an illustrator, she loves to draw something on her iPad while not writing professionally. She is passionate about the children's digital illustrations segment. Aside from illustrating, she also enjoys cooking and singing as her hobby.

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