Helen Mirren who bagged the Best Actress Academy Award in 2007 for her portrayal of Harry’s grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II in director Stephen Frears’ “The Queen” told Variety, Meghan Markle was “a fantastic addition to the royal family,” and added that she “applauds” Markle and Harry’s decision to step back from royal duties.
Triggering The Gun On Herself: Mirren
Mirren being the subject of homage at the Berlin Film Festival this week will receive the Honorary Golden Bear for Lifetime Achievement on Thursday who said, “I think their instincts are absolutely right, and I applaud them for it. Hugely actually. Of course, it is complicated.”
She continued, “Meghan Markle was a fantastic addition to the royal family – charming, did everything right, was gracious, was sweet natured, and seemed to be … Wow! What a lovely addition. Didn’t seem to be neurotic…So, I think it is a loss in a way, but at the same time, I think their instincts are absolutely correct. And I think it will all, hopefully, sort itself out, and the tabloid pearl-clutchers will get over their trauma at not having someone to attack all the time. They’ll find another victim… probably me.”
The Last That The Queen Could Have Expected: Source
A source close to the Queen, however, revealed to Vanity Fair, “She generally doesn’t want to talk about it,” insisting her Majesty takes the issue personally.
“The Queen has been keen to get this resolved because she sees it is damaging to the monarchy, and on a personal level, I think this has been rather hurtful for her. She has got to the point where she doesn’t want to think about it anymore, she just wants it over and done with.”
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