Following a series of allegations made by Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, Queen Elizabeth is said to have abandoned her renowned “never complain, never explain” philosophy.
It appears to be so bad that Royal experts are now advising Harry to refrain from criticizing the Royal Family.
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“How can he not be nervous?” royal analyst Charlotte Griffiths questioned when asked if Harry was worried by his 95-year-old Grandmother’s “warning shot.” You have to be a little jittery when the Queen issues the law.”
Griffiths said Harry understands all the ins and outs of Royal life when asked about it. “Meghan might not have known, and he should have told her.” According to The Express, Griffiths continued. “He’s been here for a long time…he understands more about the game than anyone.”
She continued, “It’s been a couple of years and they still don’t seem to get but they just don’t, they’re just so American about everything.” “It’s a different ballgame; they’ll have to adjust.”
After what Harry and Meghan have said, royal analyst Robert Jobson believes the Queen is ready to speak out in response to any false claims made about her.
Jobson explained, “The scenario is born out of the Meghan and Harry situation with all the things that were made.” “Many of them turned out to be false, and the Archbishop of Canterbury had to correct several of the comments made during the Oprah interview.”
“I think the palace has to come out since they’re on the outside with their attorneys and spokespeople,” he added. “They want to make sure that isn’t the case if they are saying things that are incorrect, getting things wrong, and misrepresenting the Queen.”
This follows a row about whether Harry and Meghan sought permission from the Queen to name their daughter Lilibet after her. While they claim to have asked, the Queen has responded by claiming that they did not.
“A Palace source tells the BBC that Meghan and Harry did not ask the Queen for permission to use her childhood nickname; reports suggested Harry had asked the Queen for permission to call the newborn ‘Lilibet,’ but a Palace source says the Queen was ‘never asked,’” BBC royal correspondent Jonny Dymond tweeted.