Meghan will make Harry's life miserable despite the sex, says Lady Colin Campbell: 'He's too weak and pathetic'
In her tell-all book ‘Meghan And Harry: The Real Story’ the royal biographer also claims that Prince Philip has nicknamed Meghan 'Tungsten'
In her newly released book, the royal biographer has deemed Prince Harry “pathetic” and "too weak" and said that Meghan Markle will eventually “make him miserable”, Page Six reported.
Lady Colin Campbell’s book on Harry and Meghan, called ‘Meghan And Harry: The Real Story’, released on Thursday, June 25. Though the 70-year-old author has written the book on the Sussexes, it was not clear if she has ever met the pair, The Daily Mail reported.
Campbell has claimed that Harry would be “too weak” to leave Meghan, who she said has “caused him to lose most of his friends”, Page Six reported. An extract from the book stated: “She's (Meghan) a total opportunist. She knew in advance she'd embark on commercial ventures, which royalty strictly forbids.” In the book, the Jamaican-born British author also claimed that Prince Philip has nicknamed Meghan 'Tungsten', due to her “rock-solid self-importance”. The book said: “She now has what she wanted — a millionaire's life in Hollywood. She's caused Harry to lose most of his friends. He's weaker than she. He's run ragged. Despite the sex, she will make his life miserable. He has no strength of character to leave her.”
This comes a few days after Campbell, who penned the 1992 bestseller 'Diana in Private: The Princess Nobody’, claimed that Meghan received "greater privileges" than Kate Middleton or any other royal fiancée in history. She said that the royal family went "out of their way to welcome" the 38-year-old.
"The Royal Family went out of their way to embrace (Meghan) in a way that they have never gone out of their way to embrace anybody else. Meghan was the only fiancée that was ever asked Windsor before the wedding, and she was the only newlywed who was invited by the Queen to accompany her on a daily engagement. She is the only newlywed who was actually invited to stand with the Queen at Buckingham Palace, and Meghan was given greater privileges and embraced in a way that nobody has ever been before," the author said.
In addition, Campbell has earlier claimed that a rift started to show between the Duchess of Sussex and the royal family just four days after her fairytale wedding with Harry. She said that differences started to appear between the former ‘Suits’ star and the family immediately after the fairytale wedding on May 19 in 2018. Campbell said by May 23, 2018, just four days after the star-studded wedding, Meghan was the topic of conversation at her house as she had done something "astonishing" at a party for Prince Charles the day before.
Campbell also stated that Meghan’s step to move to the US was part of the plan to make the shift into the political sphere. “I know the Duchess of Sussex has political ambitions and I've been told that one day she wants to run for President. I think everything she is doing, leaving the royal family and moving back to California is part of her plan and she has taken Harry along with her,” she added.