When Prince Harry and Meghan Markle departed the Royal Family years ago, their time in the Kingdom came to an end. Prior to settling down with their two children in Montecito, California, they originally relocated to Canada.
Although the late Queen Elizabeth gave the Sussexes the royal estate of Frogmore Cottage after the couple married in 2018, they have continued to use it as their UK home.
But, the home of Harry and Meghan is currently being taken from them. According to reports, the couple has only a few months to make plans for the removal of all of their possessions from the home after receiving an eviction notice.
It’s interesting to note that the pair seems more than a little unhappy to have lost the
After departing the Royal Family for good several years ago, it’s safe to assume that Harry and Meghan haven’t made a favourable impression on them.
Some claim that things have reached a breaking point following the iconic Oprah interview, other interviews, a Netflix documentary series, and Harry’s book, Spare.
In Harry’s book, Spare, a number of royals, including King Charles, Camilla, the Queen Consort, Prince William, and Kate Middleton, were harshly criticised.
Whether Harry and Meghan will even be invited to Charles’s coronation on May 6 is not yet confirmed by an official source.
There were various Charles and Camilla-related disclosures in Harry’s book. Originally, it was said that Charles would be able to accept things being published about him but not about Camilla. As it was, there was an abundance of both.
In his autobiography, Harry acknowledged that William and he had begged their father not to wed Camilla.
Pa was moving forward despite Willy and I telling him not to. We gave him a hand pump and good vibes. Nothing to worry about,” Harry penned in Spare. We understood that he would soon be spending his life with the woman he had always loved.
Harry also talked on how tough it was to get used to the fact that his father had wed a new woman, which may be something many stepchildren can identify to.
The Prince said he had pondered whether Camilla would treat him with “just as much cruelty as all the wicked stepmothers in fairy tales,” and that William had “always harboured doubts about her.”
Harry even stated that when he went to Clarence House at the age of 28, Camilla turned his bedroom into her own dressing room.
Harry didn’t write a lot about his stepmother in Spare, but he talked a lot about Camilla in the interviews that preceded the publication of the book.
In an effort to “rehabilitate her image,” Harry charged Camilla with leaking information about the family to the British media.
Harry went on to say that Camilla was “dangerous” since the British media had painted her as the “villain” for her role in the dissolution of Charles and Diana’s marriage.