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The Sussex are doing well


According to royal biographer Duncan Larcombe, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are already beginning to overshadow Kate Middleton and Prince William with their plans.

Flying on their own was a major financial risk for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. According to the revelations of our colleagues in the Mirror, the Crown rebels would have nothing to worry about in the end.

Their business would be running smoothly. So much so that they could soon overshadow Kate Middleton and Prince William. On the set of The Royal Beat, as reported in the newspaper on Monday, January 18, biographer Duncan Larcombe expressed his concern for the Duchess and Duke of Cambridge.

With their Archewell Foundation, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry could indeed steal the spotlight from them. “What Harry and Meghan have done over the last 12 months is sow seeds that will lead to a potential disaster for the royal family,” he said.

While members of the royal family do not have a political role, they still retain a symbolic role. Funded by taxpayers, they are expected to serve the British and represent the unity of the nation.

Nevertheless, their people and those of the Commonwealth could lose interest in Windsor and give their full attention to Meghan Markle and Harry. All the more so as the former Sussex, more than ambitious, would have already taken a step ahead.

“When 50 million people watch Harry’s conversation about organic yoghurt or what he wants to promote, and 5,000 people watch his brother, Prince William, the future king, make a royal pledge, open a supermarket in Hemel Hempstead or whatever, it becomes a problem,” lamented Duncan Larcombe.

A malicious surprise

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry would put all the odds in their favour to attract the spotlight. Also on The Royal Beat, Royal expert Duncan Larcombe then accused them of using their son to “serve their own interests”. In their Archewell Audio podcast, the young parents revealed their little boy’s voice for the first time. “Since there is money at stake for their podcast, this is not a charitable act,” he said.


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