- Prince William disapproves of the palace announcing that Megan Markle has begun work with Archie.
- The palace said it began work after she and Prince Harry had already met their son.
- They did it this way to save their privacy and return home before the press found out.
Robert Lacey’s new book, The Battle of the Brothers: William, Harry and the Family’s Internal History in Tumult, continues to shed light on the strained relationship between Prince William and Prince Harry and how this has affected their families. In the latest report, Robert makes it clear that William reportedly had a say in how Harry and Megan Markle announced the birth of their son.
On May 6, 201
According to Robert, Megan and Harry’s desire to delay the news to ensure a safe and personal return home was too much for William to understand. The author adds that William “did not think too highly of Harry and Megan’s Prima Donna maneuvers to cover up the birth of their son.” And it seems that William definitely didn’t take into account that he doesn’t know what it’s like to be a pregnant woman and should run his own business instead of worrying about Megan’s delivery plan and the decision to keep it private.
Apparently, William was so upset by their expectations of privacy that he and Kate Middleton waited “eight days” before finally visiting Sussex and meeting Archie. And when they showed up, they didn’t even bring Archie’s cousins, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. It was a shocking contrast to how “the Queen, Prince Philip, [Prince] Charles and Camilla [Parker Bowles] everything appeared within hours to moan the baby. ”
So, yes, now that we know a little more about what reportedly happened between these families, you can understand why Megan and Harry decided to move to America and get a little space. We hope that the family can solve their problems so that Archie and his cousins can have some kind of relationship.
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