Meghan Markle celebrated her 40th birthday on Wednesday, August 4, and received surprisingly kind messages from several members of British royalty, the Mirror highlights an alleged strategy to smooth relations.
Wednesday, August 4 was a special day for the British royal family as it marked Meghan Markle’s 40th birthday. Although the former American actress officially retired from the English royalty with her husband, she had the privilege of receiving virtual and kind messages from the Queen of England as well as Kate Middleton, for the occasion. What to spill a lot of ink, including the side of several experts of the monarchy.
As noted by our colleagues of the Mirror, these wishes of happiness sent by the grandmother of Prince Harry and the Duchess of Cambridge question. After making the choice of independence and after moving to the United States, the couple formed by Meghan Markle and her husband has attracted the wrath of many relatives.
It must be said that the lovers have not hesitated, over the months, to expose themselves to the media, becoming spokespersons for certain causes dear to their hearts, such as that of mental health, or accepting a polemical interview, with the famous Oprah Winfrey. The little words of Queen Elizabeth II and Kate Middleton, posted early on Twitter for the birthday of the Duchess of Sussex, are therefore somewhat perplexing.
A new approach with the Sussex
Our Anglo-Saxon colleagues also seem convinced that the royal family celebrated Meghan Markle’s birthday to anticipate the upcoming publication of Prince Harry’s memoirs. As a reminder, the latter will soon tell about himself without pretense in writing and this could be the reason why the members of the English royalty avoid any conflict. Thus, the Mirror considered that these messages from the Queen of England and Kate Middleton could be proof that they are trying “a new approach with the Sussexes (…) just in case it persuades Harry not to destroy the concept of the British monarchy in his next book”
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