The New Royals and Courtiers: The Hidden Power Behind the Crown are the names of the two new books expected to be published in Britain and… burning Meghan Markle – The voices, the staff who resigned in tears, the Duchess’s white wedding dress and the aspirations to become Britain’s Beyoncé is little of what readers will be able to read
Shortly after Queen Elizabeth’s funeral and before the release of Prince Harry’s first autobiography, a book signed by journalist Katie Nicholl “burns” the Duchess of Sussex.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex reportedly hoped to move into a “suite of apartments at Windsor Castle” but were eventually given Frogmore Cottage.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were reportedly… eyeing a home in the heart of the Queen’s Berkshire home, but were disappointed, according to claims published in Katie Nicholl’s book The New Royals.
Elsewhere in the book, the author claims the late Queen was surprised that the divorced Meghan chose a white wedding dress at her wedding to Prince Harry, adding that when Meghan bad-mouthed and chastised a Palace kitchen worker who was preparing a special meal for her meal the queen replied that “we in this family don’t talk like that”.
A second book, published under the title: “Courtiers: The Hidden Power Behind the Crown” by Valentine Lowe (the palace reporter for the “Times” of London), claims that Meghan thought she would be “the Beyoncé of the United Kingdom Basil” when she married Prince Harry, before finding she hated the strict rules of royal life and later dramatically stepping down from her duties.
According to Lowe’s allegations, two members of the palace staff were led to resign due to workplace bullying. Another person, who also worked as an assistant, said the former actress had “humiliated” him on a personal level.