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Harry has changed with Meghan


While Prince Harry seems to be on cloud nine since his meeting with Meghan Markle, critics have been raving about them. And the Duke of Sussex’s childhood friends are no exception.

According to them, the prince “changed with Meghan Markle”, as journalists Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand recount in the explosive biography Finding Freedom.

Exiled in Los Angeles, Harry finds himself isolated from his family, but also from his friends. A situation that does not seem to bother the Duke of Sussex, who has just signed a juicy contract with Netflix to finance his luxurious lifestyle.

And with good reason! Since his meeting with Meghan Markle, the Duke of Sussex is, by the very admission of his relatives, no longer the same, as detailed by Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand in the book Finding Freedom, quoted by The Express.

Once inseparable from the Queen’s favourite grandson, Tom Inskip, nicknamed Skippy, met the Prince at the college. A magnificent friendship which, according to the authors, suffered from Harry’s relationship with the former actress. Indeed, after having “questioned their couple”, Skippy and his wife were invited to the royal wedding… but not to the reception held after the religious ceremony.

A situation badly lived by Tom Inskip who, as “many of Harry’s childhood friends”, complained the next day about his change of behavior. “Harry has changed with Meghan,” he would have sighed.



Meghan Markle, untouchable

But for the Duke of Sussex, Tom Inskip would be the only one responsible for his banishment, as he had dared to suggest that he move in with Meghan before “getting down to business”. William also made a mistake by advising him not to “rush” and to take “the time necessary to get to know this girl”.

A wise advice that was taken very badly by the principal, especially the name “that girl”, in which he felt a form of “snobbery” on the part of his brother. Placed on a pedestal by Harry, Meghan Markle seems decidedly untouchable.

Photo credits : Agency / Bestimage

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