A decisive fact confirms the bad relationship of the dukes with the royal family and would add to other previous ones.
That the Royal Family and Meghan Markle don’t get along is not news. Ever since Prince Harry decided to give up his titles, things stopped getting worse. Now, a new episode is added to the confrontation that could confirm the total break of the British crown with Prince Harry.
On August 4, it was the birthday of the one born in California and from Buckingham, there was no official message or tribute to commemorate the 42 years of the former actress, as the protocol indicates.
It is the first time that there is no official congratulations from the Royal House for the Duchess of Sussex, since when Queen Elizabeth II was still alive, the official social networks of the British crown share some celebratory message. Meghan Markle and Prince Harry had spent the birthday evening alone, according to reports, and had spent a quiet and romantic evening, just the two of them.
On the other hand, according to the British newspaper The Sun, from Buckingham Palace they would have decided not to invite the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to the tribute that would take place for the first anniversary of the death of Queen Elizabeth II. The event will take place on September 8 and if they are not invited, what seems to be a loud cry would end up being trusted.
According to reports, King Charles III of England is eager for Prince Harry to end his relationship with the woman born in California and would even be willing to pay for all the legal procedures to speed up the divorce. Besides, he would have no objection to paying the amount that the Duchess demands to sign the papers.
Sources close to the royal family assure that Meghan Markle would have demanded the sum of 80 million dollars to continue with the separation process.
It should be remembered that the actress from the series Suits has just lost her millionaire contract of 20 million Spotify amid accusations of fraud, which would be a major setback for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.