The Duchess was left feeling “miserable” by King Charles’ response to Meghan Markle’s covert letter

In the US, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have started a new life. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex left the royal family many years ago, but the fallout completely stunned them.

The royal family was accused by Harry and Meghan of doubting Archie’s skin tone before he was even born. They made numerous additional charges and personal assaults in their highly charged Oprah interview and in Harry’s book Spare.

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Without a doubt, the royals’ relationship with the Sussexes is at an all-time low. Harry was present during King Charles’ coronation, but other than that, nothing seems to have changed between him and William, for example.

Amidst all of this, it is stated that Charles made every effort to support Meghan and that he was the sole royal to get in touch with her and Harry following the Oprah interview.

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Sadly, Meghan disclosed that she had attempted suicide as a working royal, and Charles had written her a letter about it. Meghan wasn’t happy with the then-prince’s response, though, and rumours had it that it had a significant impact on a major choice.

Harry and Meghan’s history is extensive. After meeting at a tennis tournament in London in 2016, the pair started dating, and love quickly blossomed. However, a few of Meghan’s pals already thought she wouldn’t be content with him before they got married.

As previously stated, Meghan Markle remained in the US to care for their two children. But given that Meghan’s mother, Doria Ragland, is known to assist her with the children when things become hectic, is there another possible explanation for Meghan’s failure to accompany her husband to the UK?

There is, according to a story published in April of last year by The Telegraph. Meghan chose to write a letter to Prince Charles expressing her worries about unconscious bias following the Oprah interview.

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Later, King Charles—who was then a prince—choosed to reply to Meghan in which he lamented the conflicts in the family, particularly those between Harry and Meghan and the other members of The Firm.

Charles was also thought to be the sole senior royal relative to get in touch with the Duchess following the Oprah interview.

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New information surfaced in the Telegraph piece, including Meghan’s admission to Charles that her intention was to talk about unconscious bias rather than to charge the royal family with racism.

There were rumours that Meghan Markle wouldn’t be at the coronation. Rumour had it that the Duchess was upset that Charles had not addressed her worries over the unconscious bias in his letter, which was the actual reason she had shown up today.

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