Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have spent the better part of three years taking their frustrations out on the royal family. Moved on and made millions by expressing dissatisfaction. Now royal biographer Omid Scobie warns Harry and Meghan to ‘move on’ before even the most loyal supporters experience Sussex ‘fatigue’.
Will Prince Harry and Charles III hold a ‘peace summit’ before their coronation?
Like Harry going around the media to promote his memoir spareRumors have begun to swirl in England that reconciliation meetings are taking place between Harry, King Charles, and other important royals.
When ITV’s Tom Bradby asked Harry if he would attend the coronation once he received the invitation, the Prince replied: But the door is always open. The ball is in their court. We have a lot to discuss and I hope they are willing to sit down and discuss it. “
However, the author of an unofficial biography of Sussex find freedom — Omid Scobie — Says there will be no peace summit. He also pointed out that there is no guarantee that Harry and Meghan will actually attend King Charles’ coronation.
“I have seen reports that there is some kind of family summit prior to Charles having these conversations with Harry and Meghan. From what I understand from sources, this is not true at all.” Scobie recently said on Common Sense’s YouTube channel.
Royal biographer Omid Scobie warns the Sussexes to ‘move on’ before their most loyal supporters experience ‘fatigue’
Between Harry and Meghan’s Netflix series and his book, Sussex has made an avalanche of indictments against the royal family in the past few weeks alone. People say they will start to experience fatigue regardless of whether they are
“I think they’re in a bit of a dangerous place where they need to recognize the fact that this has to be a line drawn,” the author said. Even so, I think they start to get frustrated seeing couples move on and not finding the happiness they’re talking about. increase.”
Scobie believes that if Prince Harry and Meghan don’t move away from their royal grievances and pursuit of happiness, they will “be synonymous with drama for the rest of their lives.”
Is the public already fed up with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle?
Scobie wonders if it’s possible the public doesn’t feel Sussex fatigue at this point. He says he feels it’s his duty to follow suit every step of the way, but he can understand that the public has heard enough about royal drama in general.
“That’s why their polls and popular votes go down and down, because they end up making people uncomfortable with what they’re talking about,” Scobie explained.
“Sure, some people think enough is enough. We’re tired of hearing about you. We’re tired of Meghan and Harry. Stop whining. People.” There are some really effective conversations that just startle you.”
following the release of spareHarry’s popularity plummeted to an all-time low of -38, and Meghan’s was even lower at -42, according to a poll of British adults. Prince Harry replied that he “had done more damage to the royal family” than his uncle, Prince Andrew.