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Meghan Markle and Harry married without a Marriage Contract: The concerned Royal family


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The lack of a pre-nup between Meghan Markle and Harry, a cause for concern for the royal family? According to the DailyMail, the prince simply refused the idea blown up by several relatives.

What if the royal family had always been concerned about the relationship between Meghan Markle and Prince Harry? This is what an article in the Daily Mail published on May 30th about Mark Dyer suggests. It is to this former officer of the Welsh Guard, very close to the princes from an early age, that the task of recreating links between the enemy brothers would have been entrusted.

Yet he whispers to himself that their relationship is still not in good shape. Everything would have deteriorated when, at the beginning of his relationship with Meghan Markle, the Duke of Sussex was advised by his brother to take it easy. Another bone of contention, the tabloid reports, is the idea of a prenuptial agreement.

While several relatives would have liked to advise Prince Harry of a pre-nuptial agreement when he was about to marry Meghan Markle, the latter would have simply dismissed the idea. There is no way that he would have believed that his affair with his beloved could ever come to an end. This adds fuel to the fire as it is reported that “tensions escalated during Harry and Meghan’s wedding preparations”.

Harry and William: still tense relationships

Today, the Fab Four, that charismatic group that formed the two couples, is no longer. Harry and William would hardly speak to each other anymore. Between the two women, things would be different: they would exchange, well aware of the importance of keeping a bond. “They’re professionals. They text each other,” says a source in the Daily Mail. When will Diana’s two children be next?

Photo credits: Agency / Bestimage

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