Meghan Markle’s cruel nickname given by Prince Philip was revealed

A royal specialist claims that the late Prince Philip had a rather disparaging nickname for the Duchess of Sussex.

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The nickname alluded to a connection between Meghan Markle and Wallis Simpson, the contentious former wife of King Edward VIII, highlighting similarities between the two women despite their marriages being to the royal family and their divorces.

Meghan was allegedly called by Prince Philip a moniker that alluded to this relationship.

In an interview with GB News, royal biographer Ingrid Seward provided insight into Prince Philip’s viewpoint, indicating that he believed Meghan and Wallis Simpson shared numerous similarities, which resulted in the Duchess of Sussex assuming a low-key moniker.

Seward claims that Prince Philip, who was renowned for his keen assessment of character, was unable to ignore the similarities between Edward and Mrs. Simpson and Meghan and Prince Harry.

In October 1937, the Duke and Duchess of Windsor visited Germany, against the advice of the British government, and met Adolf Hitler at his Obersalzberg retreat. Credit: Universal History Archive / Universal Images Group / Getty.

“I believe Prince Philip had a keen sense of people; rather than always seeing the worst in people, he frequently made an effort to find the positive aspects in them,” Seward stated. He used to refer to Meghan as the Duchess of Windsor because he could not shake the parallels between her and Edward, Harry, and Ms. Simpson.

He used to call her DOW, but not to her face, she continued. Seward went into additional detail in her book “My Mother and I” regarding Prince Philip’s misgivings about Meghan, characterising him as “wary” of the former Suits actress and her possible influence on the royal family.

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The royal family’s views on Meghan’s role and influence varied; Prince Philip thought she may be disruptive, while Queen Elizabeth II had “high hopes” for her.

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