Prince Harry and Meghan Markle ’caused something fundamentally incendiary that could overthrow the monarchy’

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have sparked something ‘fundamentally incendiary’ that ‘changes the face of Britain’ and could topple the ‘archaic’ monarchy, a royal expert claims.

According to Anna Pasternak, the upset caused by the packed Oprah interview of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex could threaten Prince Charles’s long-awaited ascension to heaven.

Harry and Meghan accused the royals of institutional racism, claiming that a member of the family wondered what color their son Archie’s skin would be, and claimed Meghan was denied mental health support despite feeling suicidal.

Speak against Vanity Fair, the author of Princess in Love and The Real Wallis Simpson: A New History of the American Divorcee Who Became the Duchess of Windsor said she is “not 100 percent certain” that the Prince of Wales, 72, will ever take the throne.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have sparked something ‘fundamentally incendiary’ that could ‘change the face of Britain’ and overthrow the ‘archaic’ monarchy, a royal expert claimed (pictured during their Oprah interview earlier this year)

“The Sussexes have fueled something so fundamentally incendiary in this country that it is changing the face of Britain, and I think the monarchy as an archaic institution may well be overthrown,” she said.

The author added that it is possible that there is such a large wave of public opinion against Charles that it is, according to the Firm, “better for William to ascend than because he is younger, more recognizable.”

Former shadow house secretary Diane Abbott – the first black female MP – told the publication that she believes the monarchy as we know it will last as long as the Queen lives, but when she dies, there will be a “ big public debate. ”

“I think what the royals and their advisers have done to Meghan will be part of the argument for change,” she argued.

Speaking to Vanity Fair, Anna Pasternak said she is

Speaking to Vanity Fair, Anna Pasternak said she is “not 100 percent certain” that the 72-year-old Prince of Wales, pictured at Prince Philip’s funeral, will ever take the throne.

Kelechi Okafor, a black British actress and London-based host of the Say Your Mind podcast, added that she believes the Queen is a ‘figurehead for an empire that refuses to understand that its days are over ‘.

Diana came by… and then Meghan Markle came, and everything started falling to pieces, ”she said.

In the May issue of Vanity Fair, contributor Michelle Ruiz also explores the fallout between once-close brothers Prince William and Prince Harry.

In the May issue of Vanity Fair, contributor Michelle Ruiz also explores the fallout between once-close brothers Prince William and Prince Harry.

In the May issue of Vanity Fair, contributor Michelle Ruiz also explores the fallout between once-close brothers Prince William and Prince Harry, many of whom speculate William urged Harry to take the time when his relationship with former Suits star Meghan began.

Ms. Ruiz argues that the Windsors’ latest family feud takes away the idea of ​​royal exceptionality.

To hear Meghan and Harry tell it, the Windsors are just another dysfunctional family; the Firm, another toxic workplace where HR is not your friend and there is a lack of diversity in upper management, ”she wrote.

Ms. Pasternak also noted that William and Harry seemingly “play the dynamics of their parents,” Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana.

“Harry follows Diana, a rebel spirit sparked by tabloid press anger, who blows the family’s silence in a blockbuster interview,” she explained.

“William is very much on par with his father in his sense of duty over emotion.”

She argued that Harry and Meghan – like Diana – were suddenly ‘too electric’ for the Firm, making the Cambridges seem ‘sleazy, suburban and rather boring’, which ‘does not go down well in the palace’.

Read the full ‘Continental Rift’ story by Michelle Ruiz on VanityFair.com and in the May issue of Vanity Fair.