Speaking about Lorraine while promoting her new book, The Queen, the British author said Her Majesty, 96, would have recognized the Duke and duchess of sussex‘s need to make a life for themselves.
However, Morton, best known for writing the authorized biography of Princess Diana, added that Harry and Meghan Markle’s decision to leave the royal family in 2020 and move to California was “abrupt” and “a lot of it was unnecessary.”
The queen has a “soft spot for Prince Harry (pictured together in 2016 to promote the Invictus Games)” because of the “tragic nature of the death of her mother, Princess Diana, and her struggles to cope with it,” the queen said. royal biographer Andrew Morton.
The Princess of Wales pictured with Prince Harry in Hyde Park in May 1995. Princess Diana died in a car accident in Paris on August 31, 1997, aged 36.
Speaking about Lorraine while promoting her new book, The Queen, the British author (pictured) said Her Majesty, 96, would have recognized the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s need to earn a living.
He said: “The queen has a soft spot for Harry, he can jump, I mean, the courtiers will have a date with the queen and in three weeks, he can show up at Buckingham Palace or Windsor Castle, say.” “Hello” and have the Queen say for him to participate in the Invictus Games.
“So yes, the Queen has a soft spot for Harry, because obviously, the tragic nature of his mother’s death, and he struggles to cope with that. His mental struggles.
‘He is cursed with charisma in a way. When I see him at royal engagements he is very much like seeing Diana, kneel down and hug the children. He is extraordinary.
Princess Diana died in a car accident in Paris on August 31, 1997, at the age of 36. Prince Harry was only 12 years old at the time, while his brother Prince William was 15.
Host Ranvir Singh also asked Morton what he thought the Queen’s thoughts were regarding Megxit.
“Well, it was abrupt, a lot of it was unnecessary,” he said. “But at the same time, the Queen will recognize that they have a young family, she is an American and she will come back to think about her own life.
However, Morton (pictured right), best known for writing the authorized biography of Princess Diana, added that Harry and Meghan Markle’s decision to leave the royal family in 2020 and move to California was “abrupt” and “a lot of that was unnecessary.”
Host Ranvir Singh also asked the author what he thought the Queen’s thoughts were regarding Megxit. In the image, Meghan Markle, Prince Harry and the queen in 2018
“Because she and Prince Philip went to Malta for a few years, shortly after they were married, and they expected to be on the fringes of the royal family, so to speak, for about 20 years.
Prince Philip hoped to go through the ranks of the navy. he was very unexpected for them and she will appreciate the fact that Harry and Meghan want to make a life for themselves.”
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will join the Queen at a service of thanksgiving at St Paul’s Cathedral next week to celebrate her Platinum Jubilee, it emerged yesterday.
The Los Angeles-based couple will honor the monarch’s seven decades on the throne on Friday, June 3 alongside Her Majesty’s eldest children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. The Telegraph informed.
Next Friday will be the first time the Sussexes, the Cambridges and the Prince of Wales and Camilla (pictured at the Commonwealth Day Service in 2020) have been together in public for years.
But the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and the Duke of York will not be joining other royals on the Buckingham Palace balcony at the Trooping the Color which kicks off the Queen’s platinum jubilee celebrations next Thursday. . Only senior royals like Prince Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Edward and Prince William are invited.
24 hours later, the eyes of the world will be on the Sussexes at St Paul’s, because it will be the first time the couple have been surrounded by such a large number of Windsors since their wedding at St George’s Windsor in 2018. Harry has hardly seen his father and her brother since they immigrated to California, and Meghan hasn’t seen them at all.
But the Sussexes’ eldest son, three-year-old Archie, and daughter Lilibet, who turns one on Saturday, are unlikely to attend the celebratory service, with only older great-grandchildren expected to attend. Prince George, eight, and Princess Charlotte, seven, are expected to be with their parents along with their cousin Mia Tindall, also eight.
The Queen’s presence is expected, but the decision may be left to the last minute due to her continuing mobility problems.