Hold onto your crowns because the Royal world is abuzz once again. Shocking rumors are circulating, suggesting that King Charles may have unveiled a secret plan that has left Meghan Markle and Prince Harry in a state of shock and possibly having to bow before the monarchy.
The speculation began when renowned Royal expert Tom Bauer, in a candid conversation with Dan Wooten, didn’t hold back. According to Bauer, the relationship between Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, and the Royal Family has been deteriorating rapidly, and he squarely placed the blame on the Sussexes.
Bauer, a master of Royal analysis, hinted at a grand plan by the Royal Family to teach the couple a lesson during their next trip to the UK. He even quipped, ‘I hope that next time they land in London, they have to go through customs and immigration like the rest of us.’ Could this mean that Meghan and Harry’s days of Royal privileges are numbered?
But the most intriguing part is yet to come. Bauer went on to suggest that they may have finally seen reason after all this time and that the Royal Family is going to ostracize and forget Harry and Meghan completely. Is King Charles orchestrating a grand isolation strategy to compel the Sussexes to kneel before the monarchy once more?
The controversy doesn’t stop there. The Royal Family’s recent decision to publicly ignore Prince Harry’s 39th birthday raised more than a few eyebrows. Bauer criticized this frosty reception, saying, ‘I thought it was quite awful.’ He also pointed out that media coverage of their trip to Dusseldorf was overshadowed by what he believes is the Sussexes’ self-promotion, rather than the focus being on the veterans.
It seems that the Royal Family may have grown weary of what they perceive as insincerity and self-promotion on Meghan and Harry’s part. In a surprising turn of events, it appears they have decided to give the couple the cold shoulder.
Bauer’s most scathing remark came when he commented on Meghan’s recent charitable visit, describing it as ‘the syrupy stuff of her visiting the German homeless in Dusseldorf and then going back to her mansion in Montecito—everything is so confection, everything is so false.’