Meghan Markle and Prince Harry caused outrage among the royal loyalists and crown servants last year with their explosive claims in an interview with Oprah Winfrey. Meghan specifically targeted certain members of the British household and the media for their racism and cruelty.
The Suits alum revealed that the Palace denied her mental help and thus was on a verge of committing suicide. Meghan Markle also admitted hearing racist remarks about her and Archie. While many people sympathized with the former actress, a lot of people were left fuming in Britain. Many royal experts questioned the authenticity of the claims as they accused Harry and Meghan of trying to play the victim card to gain sympathy and fame. In one of her videos for Meghan, Lady C made a big controversial claim.
Meghan Markle was accused of conspiring against King Charles III and Prince William
Lady C also known as Lady Colin Campbell, dropped a controversial video on her YouTube channel in June last year. In the video, Lady C stunned the viewers by revealing that Meghan Markle once said that she is just a plane crash away from the throne. Harry is fifth in line to the throne after his brother and his three children.
Notably, Lady C is one of the biggest royal authors with a total of seven books to her name. “Somebody told me not too long ago but long enough ago that Megan said in their presence that we are one plane crash away from the throne,” Lady C said in the YouTube video.
Lady C further added that Meghan will be really lucky if Prince William and their three kids die in a plane crash and she might be hoping for the same to happen. Meanwhile, the royal author also accused the former actress of brewing a conspiracy against King Charles III and William. As per Lady C, Meghan Markle has put allegations on the royal family to dethrone Charles and William.
These are spine-chilling claims by Lady Colin Campbell. However, we do not know if a conversation like this happened in real or not. Do let us know what you think about the entire fiasco in the comments.