A royal writer has revealed that people who worked for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have had the couple’s nickname since moving to the United States.
Giles Brandes, a friend of the late Prince Philip, wrote a book titled Elizabeth: An Intimate Portrait, claiming courtiers said otherwise about Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. There is
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“Every time the names of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex come up in court, the courtiers either flinch and change the subject or call them ‘people living abroad,'” said Giles Brandes.
“When Harry and Meghan are mentioned to members of the royal family, they just give a brief smile and say ‘I wish them all the best,'” said Giles Brandes.
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Earlier, London Times reporter Valentine Law published a book titled ‘Courtiers: The Hidden Power Behind the Crown’, in which several members of Meghan and Harry’s staff said the Duchess was bullied too much. and claimed that they collectively called it the “Sussex Survivors’ Club”.
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“Harry and Meghan’s team later went on to call themselves the Sussex Survivors Club. said.
Valentine Lowe also said Samantha Cohen, the Duke and Duchess’ former press secretary, compared working for them to “dealing with teens,” with a source telling him “[the Sussexes] Impossible and pushed her to her limits. [Sam] It was miserable. ”