Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Threaten New Exposés Despite King Charles and Kate Middleton’s Treatment

The Royal Family braces for potential bombshells as royal expert Richard Fitzwilliams warns of looming exposés from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, despite the treatment of King Charles and Kate Middleton.

In a seismic move, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex departed from their senior roles within the Royal Family in 2020, opting for financial independence and relocating to America.

Since settling in Montecito, California, the couple has embarked on various projects, often shedding light on their experiences within the royal fold.

Their candid revelations, notably during the Oprah Winfrey interview in 2021, a subsequent Netflix docuseries, and Prince Harry’s memoir “Spare” in 2023, have stirred controversy and eroded trust in the monarchy.

Speaking exclusively to The Mirror, royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams emphasized the impact of these exposés, stating, “the popularity of the royal family suffered and the Sussexes were considered to have gone rogue.”

Fitzwilliams highlighted the erosion of trust between the Sussexes and senior royals, noting that King Charles and Prince William no longer trust Harry and Meghan.

While it may be unthinkable for the Sussexes to resume their attacks while King Charles and Catherine are seriously ill, Fitzwilliams warned of future exposés.

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He speculated on the contents of the 400 pages allegedly cut from Prince Harry’s memoir “Spare” and pondered the possibility of additional memoirs from both Harry and Meghan.

The prospect of further revelations looms large, raising questions about the potential impact on the monarchy’s reputation.

As the Royal Family navigates these uncertain waters, the specter of future exposés from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle casts a shadow over Buckingham Palace, underscoring the ongoing challenges of royal relations in the modern era.

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