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Royal biographer ANGELA LEVIN about her fear that Meghan has put a strip of ice in his heart

The extraordinary statement by Meghan and Harry brought a shiver down my back.

The language is haughty, cold and legal, the feelings youthful and angry.

“The Queen does not have the word Royal,” they say in this unwise intervention – if advice was sought, I doubt it.

It is an expression of childish irritation that offends the most admired person in British public life. And this is, above all else, what the game gives away.

I'm afraid Meghan is an impulsive woman and, as her past behavior suggests, when she's tired of something or someone, she just goes on

I’m afraid Meghan is an impulsive woman and, as her past behavior suggests, “she just goes on” when she’s tired of something or someone

Are the Duke and Duchess of Sussex really trying to take on the Queen, whose lifelong duty towards her nation is admired all over the world?

Is it actually what they meant? Or is it a wild reaction from self-important young people who have become too used to their own way?

My experience with Prince Harry is that he is charismatic and intuitive, a man with impeccable manners who is full of attention for others and lights up in front of those who need his help.

What the hell happened to Harry? Why is he in the strange and cunning position of his wife choosing a loving family with the 93-year-old grandmother he loves and who has been his rock?

I am reminded of the story of Hans Christian Andersen about The Snow Queen, as beautiful as she is cold, who leaves a dash of ice in the heart of a young man. Prisoner, a prisoner in her frozen desert, he is angry and indifferent to those who really love him

I am reminded of Hans Christian Andersen's story about The Snow Queen, as beautiful as she is cold, who leaves a dash of ice in the heart of a young man. Prisoner, a prisoner in her frozen desert, he is angry and indifferent to those who really love him

I am reminded of the story of Hans Christian Andersen about The Snow Queen, as beautiful as she is cold, who leaves a dash of ice in the heart of a young man. Prisoner, a prisoner in her frozen desert, he is angry and indifferent to those who really love him

Meghan’s ‘friends’ tell us several times a week that she and Harry are more confused than ever before. Then why do they sound so bitter?

Remember that this couple is so determined to be together that they were willing to leave the royal family at all costs – indeed so hastily that they failed to tell the Queen, Prince Charles or Prince William before leaving announced to the world.

Today, however, they seem surly and resentful.

They cannot be surprised that the institution of monarchy moves slowly and carefully.

The Crown has protected itself for hundreds of years and hopes to survive for hundreds of years.

There are limitations and responsibilities to royal life that simply cannot be rejected and the Sussex people must know that.

Yet Harry and Meghan almost stumble into joining a world of rich, self-centered celebrities who have little to do with the life of hard work and duties at the heart of royal life.

Are the Duke and Duchess of Sussex really trying to take on the Queen, whose lifelong duty towards her nation is admired all over the world? Is it actually what they meant? Or is it a wild reaction from self-important young people who have become too used to their own way?

Are the Duke and Duchess of Sussex really trying to take on the Queen, whose lifelong duty towards her nation is admired all over the world? Is it actually what they meant? Or is it a wild reaction from self-important young people who have become too used to their own way?

Are the Duke and Duchess of Sussex really trying to take on the Queen, whose lifelong duty towards her nation is admired all over the world? Is it actually what they meant? Or is it a wild reaction from self-important young people who have become too used to their own way?

It is all the more puzzling because Harry told me that he was tired of being trapped in the “goldfish bowl” of fame and that he would rather live in Africa to help rescue endangered animals.

He is essentially a gentle soul who values ​​privacy. At one point, he said, he had considered leaving royal life because of the unbearable pressure of all that attention.

But today he seems to hate the publicity he hates. In the process, he forgets his privilege and prefers to present himself as a victim.

For me there is only one way to understand his predicament, including this last, stubborn outburst.

I’m afraid Meghan is an impulsive woman and, as her past behavior suggests, “she just goes on” when she’s tired of something or someone.

The American Duchess that we all accepted as a relief for the established monarchy has become a stormy storm.

I am reminded of the story of Hans Christian Andersen about The Snow Queen, as beautiful as she is cold, who leaves a dash of ice in the heart of a young man.

Prisoner, a prisoner in her frozen desert, he is angry and indifferent to those who really love him.

Harry – Conversations With The Prince, by Angela Levin, is published by Bonnier Books.

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