DUCHESS' DECREE: Meghan Markle BANS Prince Harry from her interviews as she 'reinvents' her image

DUCHESS' DECREE: Meghan Markle BANS Prince Harry from her interviews as she 'reinvents' her image
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry leave after a service of thanksgiving for the reign of Queen Elizabeth II at St Paul's Cathedral in London, Friday, June 3, 2022 (Matt Dunham - WPA Pool/Getty Images)

MONTECITO, CALIFORNIA: Meghan Markle has allegedly "banned" her husband Prince Harry to appear in her interviews as of now, claims a royal source. The decision has been taken to keep the focus on her and the work she’s involved in. The source also claims that she wants to change her public image and stay away from controversies.

The claim was made by a royal expert Neil Sean on his YouTube channel while he discussed Markle's latest tell-all interview with Variety magazine. "According to a very good source, and as ever we have to say allegedly, there was one person that couldn't be featured. That was, of course, the former royal, known as the Duke of Sussex, Prince Harry,” he began.



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"According to that good source, it was all down to the fact that they were realigning Miss Markle's PR, you know, her personal look [and] how people viewed her. The reason why Harry apparently was banned is [because] the new PR team, and ever we have to say allegedly, feel [Harry] could be too much of a distraction,” he continued, as reported by Express.

Spilling more on the latest development, the royal expert said, "Particularly also given the fact that, when you think about it, he has a bombshell book, we believe looming at some point before the end of the year." Sean also reflected on the 'Suits' star's interview with Variety, claiming Markle is making an attempt to "reaffirm" herself as a "fun, giggly, more importantly, friendly [and] down-to-earth kind of person."


He reflected by further saying on his channel that "only time will tell" if Markle succeeds in selling her "new remixed, revitalized rejuvenated Miss Meghan Markle," public image, especially to people back in Britain.

As per the report, Markle gave a bombshell interview in August to The Cut, just after the release of the first episode of her podcast 'Archetypes’, which severely strained her and Prince Harry's royal ties back in London.

However, the 41-year-old mellowed down in her latest interview with Variety, and on the death of Queen Elizabeth II, she paid her respect by referring to her as a "shining example" of female leadership. She also talked about how much she’s "proud" to have shared "warmth" with the late monarch.

The royal couple got married in 2018, and two years later in January 2020 announced their plans to step down as senior members of the royal family, which surprised many. Since then, they have been living in the US with their son Archie and their one-year-old daughter Lilibet.


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