Royal expert shares concerning news about Harry & Meghan – how they are forming an alternative royal family, revealed

Harry and Meghan celebrated their sixth wedding anniversary on May 19.

The beautiful ceremony of tying the knot between Harry and Meghan took place on on May 19, 2018. Among the guests were a lot of celebrities such as George Clooney, David and Victoria Beckham, Serena Williams, James Corden, and Oprah Winfrey. Meghan wore a wedding dress designed by Givenchy’s then-creative director, Clare Waight Keller, and the stunning Queen Mary’s bandeau tiara which belonged to the Queen’s grandmother, Queen Marry.

The wedding was broadcast and seen by more than 29.19 million viewers.

Harry and Meghan’s wedding was a perfect union, a flawless counterpart to Prince William and Kate Middleton’s wedding seven years prior, yet the two ceremonies were different in many ways.

As expected, Kate and William’s wedding held greater significance because it marked the union of a future king and queen.

One of the notable differences before the ceremony was that Kate Middleton arrived with her father, while Meghan arrived with her mother, due to her more complicated relationship with her father, Thomas, in recent years.

In photos of the two brides, Meghan waved to the crowd more casually, with her fingers spread apart. In contrast, Kate’s wave was more formal, with her fingers held close together.

Royal experts questioned the guest list of Harry and Meghan. Among the rest,  Andrew Morton – the author of Diana: Her True Story, said, “[Meghan] populated the wedding with A-list Hollywood celebrities who… have proved their worth to her by speaking out in public about the criticisms of her,” Morton said. “I don’t think she (had) even met Oprah Winfrey (before the wedding). I don’t know whether Harry had. But she invited these people along, and now she has her own court.

“She’s a new player and she’s been quick out (of) the starting box. Unlike Prince Harry’s friends who keep quiet, Megan’s A-list celebrity friends, the court of Meghan, is a very voluble court and they’re very powerful.”

That something was off with Harry and Meghan and the rest of the royals was evident just days after the wedding, as per Jonny Dymond, royal correspondent for the BBC.

“I mean, within days, really …There were stories coming out about how Megan behaved towards staff,” he said in the BBC documentary The Prince and the Press.

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Camilla Tominey – who first broke the story of Harry and Meghan’s relationship, added – “We were getting briefings that all was not well, with the relationship between William and Harry, Meghan, and Kate, and the relationship between Harry and Meghan and the royal household.”

According to Meghan, before the split with the Firm, she and Harry allegedly asked for a permission to move to another country in the Commonwealth, perhaps South Africa or Canada. However, the answer was a resounding no.

“Anything to just … because just by existing, we were upsetting the dynamic of the hierarchy. So we go, ‘Okay, fine, let’s get out of here. Happy to,’” Meghan recalled during a recent interview with The Cut.

Saying that other Royal Family members had gotten the green light for the same arrangement, she added, “That, for whatever reason, is not something that we were allowed to do, even though several other members of the family do that exact thing.”

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Now, six years later, the Sussexes have established a completely new life for themselves and their two children at the States.

But, according to one expert, their seemingly perfect marriage and luxurious lifestyle are “too good to be true.”

Royal expert Ingrid Seward, speaking to The Sun, explained that Harry and Meghan’s “Disneyesque” 2018 wedding brought them the affection of the public, but unfortunately, this favorable opinion didn’t last.

“We loved them for a while, and then we didn’t much anymore. Too many complaints. But they were in love and that mattered. Until they left and then they didn’t matter anymore. They had let the Queen down, they had let the Prince of Wales down, they had let William, then the Duke of Cornwall down,” Seward said.

“They had let us down. Harry was stoic. He loved his Californian lifestyle. He loved his wife and children. But he was bitter against everything he had left behind including his brother and his father and his sister-in-law, Kate.”

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When they departed from the Firm, Harry and Meghan referred to leaving Britain as to a “freedom flight.”

Moreover, Seward added that Harry’s life is a “success” when judging his financial success. However, “he as a man,” the royal expert added,” is not a success.”

“As a husband and father, he has done brilliantly. And when he and Meghan celebrate their six-year anniversary on Sunday (today) they will pat themselves on the back,” Seward told The Sun.

“People said it wouldn’t last and it has! Harry is no longer feted in his homeland as he once was. If anything, he is pitied. I don’t think Harry can see it. He is happy in his rarefied world with Meghan doing what they do. Long may it last – and I think it will.”

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Historian Gareth Russell said that Harry and Meghan, in one way, are forming “an alternative royal family.

“To all intents and purposes that is a real possibility. The problem for the Sussexes is that once you start doing anything like that, people become a lot more critical of what you do outside that – like commercial endeavours or quasi-royal tours,” Russell said speaking on The Sun’s Royal Exclusive.

“People will put them under more of a microscope because they’re calling it ‘The Office of Harry and Meghan’. It’s interesting. I wonder is it part of a plan to pivot from some harsh headlines they’ve had in the last year or two? Is it maybe a slightly more social conservative direction and have themselves as royals in exile for want of a better word?”

The historian concluded, “I wonder is that them acting on advice that people don’t want to hear them criticising the royal family. Their popularity at the moment is pretty low in America but that could change. Public opinion is always a bit of a rollercoaster. But they absolutely could (go on a US tour) and there’s indications that they will.”

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