No-win situation. meghan markledecided not to attend King Charles IIIThe upcoming coronation has left her open to scrutiny from the public – but she has faced a backlash either way, a source exclusively told us weekly,
“If she did, she would be damned and if she didn’t, she would be damned.” Tessa Dunlapauthor of Elizabeth and Philip: A Story of Young Love, Marriage and Monarchy, Said We on Tuesday, 18 April.
Dunlop pointed out that Meghan, 41, was a “convenient” person for the public to “blame” between the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s ongoing drama with the royal family. prince harry He and his wife have been at odds with the firm since returning as senior royals in 2020.
“For him it was going perfectly. This [was] Very unpleasant trolling and viciousness,” the author, 49, said of the brutal social media comments about Meghan and, at times, the British press’ controversial coverage of her. “I think what we’ve seen is the most At best – or at worst – Meghan held a ambivalence towards the monarchy and a complete lack of understanding about what it actually was and how it worked.”
Expert Says The “Narrative” That Was Created By Netflix’s 2022 Harry and Meghan documentaries and memoirs of Prince, Excessivewas not completely Suit Doing alum. In both projects, Harry, 38, spoke out against his family, claiming they did not protect him and Meghan against public hate speech and racist comments.
“Author of Harry [their] history,” claimed Dunlap Weadding, “Meghan has done a lot of backsliding over the past few months. And Harry’s next leg [the narrative],
She further alleged that Harry has had his ups and downs with Charles, 74, and brother Prince William This could make Meghan’s upcoming coronation more likely to come to pass. (Buckingham Palace confirmed on Wednesday, April 12, that Harry will attend the event for the king’s milestone, while Meghan will remain in the US with their two children: Archie, 3, and Lily, 22 months.)
,[Meghan’s] is understandable, [like]’Harry, go ahead [with] This. This is your family, this is your belongings.’ And there will be some of them who think, ‘Why should I give my star quality to that coronation?'” Dunlap said. We,
century girls The writer added that the “Archetypes” podcast host and her husband have “grown up” together, making their absence even more unfortunate when they’re apart.
“Together, they would have given a star power [that] We will not see. And that’s a loss,” Dunlap concluded. “It’s certainly a loss from our point of view [royal watchers] who love to talk about it. She pointed out that the palace is probably “a little relieved.”
After the news broke that Meghan was going to the royal event, which takes place on Saturday May 6, it was immediately met with backlash from royal watchers and stars alike. Meghan McCain written in a daily Mail The op-ed published on Thursday, April 13, that the royal was acting “jittery” and avoiding her in-laws.
“It’s a valiant attempt at a public relations spin – to call it your baby’s birthday party,” McCain, 38, wrote, referring to Archie’s 4th birthday celebration. The journalist claimed that the Duchess “wouldn’t pass up a chance to peacock in front of the world blowing up balloons and serving cake in the backyard.”
However, a source exclusively told We At the time the Archwell cofounder is “a mom first” and while she “appreciates the invitation to the coronation, she wouldn’t miss her son’s birthday for the world.”
An insider revealed that Charles, for his part, is “saddened” that his daughter-in-law is not attending the ceremony We on Thursday, but she is “thrilled” to have her youngest child with her.
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With reporting by Cristina Garibaldi