Prince Harry and Meghan Markle “tried to profit” from their royal ties, angering the now-deceased monarch, Queen Elizabeth II, according to a royal author.
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In his book Battle of Brothers, Robert Lacy wrote that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s decision to commercialize under the royal trademark “Sussex Royal” meant that Queen Elizabeth II This happened because the couple acted without her permission.
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“Once again, Harry has completely neglected to consult the Queen on major initiatives affecting the work and image of the royal family, and the image of the crown as a whole. The family ultimately fought back,” said Robert Lacey. Told.
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“Elizabeth II has always been vulnerable to Harry and she was delighted with Meghan’s arrival.
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“But there were a few things Queen Elizabeth II didn’t compromise on, chief among them was the crown’s authority. Harry and Meghan have said they’re not going to disclose their plans to sell merchandise under their own royal brand. We needed royal consent to commercialize the crown, which the Sussexes didn’t ask for,” he added.