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Meghan Markle and Harry ready for retaliation? Diana’s former secretary fears the worst… INTERVIEWS, BOOKS… WHAT MAKES WINDSOR TREMBLE…


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On the occasion of the last gathering of the British Royal Family on Monday 9 March, Patrick Jephson, Diana’s former private secretary, spoke about the departure of Meghan and Harry. In particular, he spoke of the anger of the couple who might want to tell the truth after her departure from the crown.

Last January, Meghan Markle and Harry announced their intention to break with the royal family. A carefully considered decision that echoes a particularly trying year for the couple.

They have since flown to Canada and settled in Vancouver to live their new, more independent life. But before severing their ties with the Royal Family for good, they were back in Britain on Monday, March 9.

The Sussex couple were making their final commitment as members of the Royal Family. They were reunited with William and Kate, with whom relations are still frosty, and with Queen Elizabeth II during the Commonwealth celebrations at Westminster Abbey.

As soon as her last engagement as Duchess of Sussex was over, the former actress of Suitss’s flew to Vancouver to find her son, Archie. Before leaving, Meghan Markle gave a “moving farewell” to the staff, whom she is not expected to see again for a long time, as the Mirror reveals, “Meghan gave a very emotional greeting to all the staff who worked closely with her, Harry and Archie,” it says.

For his part, Prince Harry has to stay in the UK before joining his wife and son. So in a few days Meghan and Harry will be reunited. And the couple may decide to talk about the treatment they received during this complicated period when they were at war with the English tabloids.

Patrick Jephson, Princess Diana’s former private secretary, warned the Windsors not to “underestimate the media chaos” that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle could unleash.

In The Times, he warned the crown that the Sussex couple would soon be free to give interviews, even write books, and thus give their version of their quarrel with the royal family.

“Sussex’s revenge for perceived injustices could soon be launched by the American studios, and who will be surprised when Meghan: Her True Story is at the top of the Christmas bestseller list,” he said, referring to Diana: Her True Story, a devastating book by Andrew Morton in which Diana had collaborated.

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