Every ancestry has that one son who is never done with generational trauma of the lineage. This is, after all, the Royal family we are talking about. The one which is stained by countless controversies and deep-seated mysteries that have left their mark on generations to come. For instance the fiasco around Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. However, nothing has been more infamously popular than King Charles and Lady Diana’s history.
Sadly, its ramifications have manifested themselves in the form of Prince Harry’s turndown. This has become too concerning of a matter for Royal experts not to address it. Taking the charge, one of the most legitimate Royal maestros, once the editor-in-chief of the New York Times, Tina Brown has shared her two cents on the same.
Explaining how Prince Harry’s unacceptance of the misplaced Royals has pushed him into a cave of loneliness, Brown ended up barking up the wrong tree; in this case Meghan Markle. From her book on the royals, The Palace Papers: Inside the House of Windsor – the Truth and the Turmoil, here is an expert on the Sussexes.
Royal expert Tina Brown on the codependency of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
A feud between Prince Harry and the Queen consort Camila has widened the rift between every other relationship in the family that Harry might want to keep. The King was never there for his kids in the first place and his elder brother, Prince William too, decided to act mature and accepted Camilla as their Queen.
This came against Prince Harry’s decision which resulted in isolating him from every member of the family. Here is where Meghan Markle steps in. Brown in fact affirmed, “He(Harry) is so emotionally needy that he’s been completely and utterly taken over by Meghan”.
Markle has become the sole support system of the Prince
She also reflected on how distancing themselves from their Royal base in the UK has completely changed his personality. In times of disparity and grief, “Meghan seems to answer some huge need in Harry,” Brown claimed. Although the couple at present is in a state of powerful codependency, the expert questions how it will end.
It is true that the rulers of the monarchy have always been male members. However, citing this instance, the expert believes women of the family to be the real saviors of the Kingdom. Brown doubts that one day, the Prince might wake up from his dream and move “the hell out” of Meghan Markle’s safety net.
However, none of it seems to be happening in real life. After giving up their royal duties towards their UK sovereigns, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been living quite a life at their safe Montecito home, in California, USA. In fact, the couple is already surrounded by rumors of a third issue after their second daughter, Lilibet.