Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been in the news for quite sometimes now – be it for attending their last occasion as Royal couple without their 10-month-old son Archie or giving a reply to Donald Trump’s recent tweet. However, they have announced their exit from the royal family earlier this year and their term ended on March 31 as well.
Meanwhile, Prince Harry’s biographer Angela Levin has lashed out at him and his wife Meghan Markle, citing as spoiled brats. He has written a new piece for Tatler magazine and spent more than a year with the royal for this. He referred to Harry as once being “charismatic, intuitive and quick-witted but also restless and trouble.”
Moreover, he said that the behaviour of the Sussexes as “increasingly self-centred,” where he gave the example of their recent decision to move to Los Angeles for this. “Their choice of priorities smacks more of spoilt defiant teenagers than adults in their mid and late-thirties,” says Levin. “I see a Harry who has turned sour, callous even and is obviously stressed.”
The royal couple changed?
Levin also shared that Harry promised to be honest in describing the realities of being a working member of the royal family. It came when he was newly engaged as he wanted Meghan to know everything about the new life. But things got changed within two years as the couple has quit the royal family as well.
Levin also revealed that Harry said that he didn’t look after his mother, the late Princess Diana, who surprisingly died in a car accident way back in 1997.
“(He) also told me he felt he hadn’t done enough to protect his mother,” Levin wrote. “something no 12-year-old could manage. He’s wanted to make amends and now focuses on protecting Meghan, making her happy…Yet his anguished expression at many engagements over the last year highlights his concern that he is not doing enough.”
On the other hand, according to Levin, Meghan Markle wanted to be in the limelight— something which Harry didn’t like and he also shared the biographer that he and his elder brother Prince William didn’t want to be only famous, but they want to do good for people as well.
However, Levin urged the couple also to England amid this crunch situation – the novel coronavirus pandemic which has brought the world into a standstill.