Prince Philip: Cautionary Warning to Queen Elizabeth About Meghan Markle and 4 Other Revelations in New Royal Biography
Royal biographer Ingrid Seward's new book "My Mother and I" reveals bombshell claims about the British royal family. Excerpts include shocking revelations.
Ingrid Seward's new book about the British royal family, My Mother and I, is the latest in a series of bombshell biographies. The book includes claims about everyone from the late monarch and Princess Diana to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. According to an excerpt published by the Daily Mail, Prince Philip, who passed away in April 2021, was not a fan of Meghan. While Queen Elizabeth "approved" of Meghan, Philip had reservations and warned his wife to be cautious, comparing Meghan to Wallis Simpson, the Duchess of Windsor. The Queen was also concerned about the color of Meghan's wedding gown, feeling it was "too white" for a divorcee getting remarried in a church.
The book also reveals that the Queen was uncomfortable with Prince Charles walking Meghan down the aisle and was concerned about Philip hobbling down the aisle without a cane. The relationship between the Queen and Harry was damaged by his high-handed attitude before and after the wedding, as well as his decision to give up being a working royal and leave the country. The Queen was upset with Harry's attitude in the 2021 Oprah interview, feeling he was speaking negatively about the monarchy she had spent 70 years preserving.
The book also touches on the marriage of Prince Charles and Princess Diana, with the Queen expressing reservations about Diana's suitability for Charles and suggesting she would be better suited to her younger son, Prince Andrew. The Queen Mother, on the other hand, took a more positive approach and invited Charles and Diana to her home, where Diana appeared to be "oozing charm." These bombshell claims are just a few of the revelations in Ingrid Seward's new book, shedding light on the complexities and dynamics of the British royal family.