According to a renowned royal biographer, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry could soon be absolutely “ditched” from the royal family as part of a cost-cutting overhaul.
“Prince Charles has tried to cut the empire down for a very long time in order to save money and make people worth the money that they get from the taxpayer,” biographer Angela Levin told Britain’s TalkRadio. “I believe that will be the case when Harry and Meghan are kicked out of the Royal family.”
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Queen Elizabeth has previously opposed scaling back the monarchy’s “outer edge” “for sentimental purposes,” according to Levin, author of “Harry: A Biography of a Prince.”
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Prince Charles, the Queen’s oldest son and Harry’s father, “wants to improve, and I believe he will.”
The official royal family, according to Levin, will be reduced to only Charles and Camilla, as well as Prince William and his family, including wife Catherine and their children George, Charlotte, and Louis. The other members of the royal family, on the other hand, will be forced to struggle for a living while losing their titles and patronages.
Last year, Meghan and Harry stepped down as senior royals, and they’ve since relocated to California, where they’ve signed deals to produce content for Netflix and Spotify.
They stunned the world last month when they gave Oprah Winfrey an explosive tell-all interview about the royal family. Because of Meghan’s accusations of prejudice and mistreatment from within the royal family, former Shadow Home Secretary Diane Abbott, the first black member of Parliament, told Vanity Fair that the monarchy “as we know it” will last “as long as the queen is alive.”
“I think there will be a huge public discussion… after the Queen dies,” Abbott said. I believe the royal family’s and their advisors’ treatment of Meghan will be part of the case for change.”