‘Family-oriented’ Duchess of Cornwall ‘lent a helping hand’ to Meghan Markle and ‘helped’ her when she was going through a ‘difficult time’ with her father, royal expert claims
- The Duchess of Cornwall ‘reached out a hand of friendship’ to the Duchess of Sussex
- ‘Help navigate things’ when ‘Meghan was having a tough time’
- The expert said the royals have a ‘family first’ motto that has rubbed off on Prince Charles.
- It comes after biographer Tom Bower claimed that the two never saw eye to eye.
The Duchess of Cornwall He ‘reached out a hand of friendship’ to Meghan Markle and ‘helped’ her when she was going through a ‘difficult time’ with her father, a royal expert has claimed.
In recent months there have been reports duchess of sussex40, who currently lives in his $14 million mansion in California Having retired from royal duty last year, he never saw eye to eye with Camilla.
Nevertheless vanity fairs Katie Nicholl has now revealed how the “family-oriented” Duchess of Cornwall tried to help Meghan during her time as a royal.
A source who spoke to the royal expert commented: ‘[The Duchess] she threw out a hand of friendship to Harry and Meghan at various points. When Meghan was going through a difficult time with her own father, Camilla helped navigate things.
The Duchess of Cornwall ‘reached out a hand of friendship’ to Meghan Markle and ‘helped’ her when she was going through a ‘difficult time’ with her father, sources told Vanity Fair’s Katie Nicholl.
They continued: ‘It was Camilla who told Charles that walking Meghan down the aisle was the right thing to do.
“She is a very family-oriented woman, and she really wanted to help.”
Nicholl described Camilla’s own family as her “core”, who said her “first family motto” has rubbed off on Prince Charles.
Sources explained how the Duchess of Cornwall had been “instrumental” in trying to help heal the “fractured relationship” between the Prince of Wales and Prince Harry.
A source who spoke to Vanity Fair said the ‘family-oriented’ Camilla reached out to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex at ‘several points’
A source added: “I know Camilla did her best and it was a tremendous sounding post and support for Charles who was deeply concerned.”
The comments came after Princess Diana biographer Tina Brown claimed that the Duke of Sussex “can’t stand” Camilla. and could deepen her break with the royal family by ‘going after’ her and Prince Charles in her next memoir.
Talking with him telegraph magazine ahead of the release of his new book, The Palace Papers, Brown, 68, said he Duke she had never made peace with Prince Charles and Camilla’s relationship, and she doesn’t want Camilla to become queen.
Meanwhile, royal biographer Tom Bower has also claimed that Meghan was branded ‘that cheeky one’ by the Duchess of Cornwallwho thought she was ‘a selfish troublemaker’.
The source said that Camilla “helped navigate things” when Meghan was going through a difficult time with her own father.
The commenter, who is currently working on a Meghan biography, said Camilla had long been “suspicious” of the Duchess’s intentions.
Earlier this year, he said Sun the duo never got along, explaining: ‘[Camilla] He found it hard to believe that Meghan would sacrifice her career and independence to quietly serve as a dedicated team player for the monarchy.
However, he added that the duchess remained “tight-lipped” about her dislike for Meghan.
Tom said Camilla acted as a “comfort” for Prince Charles after the Sussexes gave a series of explosive interviews last year.
He added: “During those inevitably endless, tortured, inconclusive conversations, Camilla is the type who would refer to Meghan as ‘that cheeky one,’ the egotistical troublemaker whose antics will always end in tears.”
Meanwhile, the royal biographer suggested that the duke and duchess’s silence on the queen’s declaration that Camilla would one day be queen consort was “Meghan’s way of declaring war”.