‘Giant storm about to break’: Meghan Markle and Prince Harry warned as ‘buffer’ created by Queen is gone
LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM: Although Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have had their ups and downs over the last few years with the Royal family, they have come together in their mourning at the Queen's passing. Since then, a contributor to Sky News named Daisy Cousens has asserted that the Queen is no longer the "buffer" between her grandchildren and their father, King Charles III. This has led to speculation regarding the likelihood of reconciliation between Harry, his brother Prince William, and their father.
Cousens said as reported by Express: "A new book by royal biographer Angela Levin claims Meghan snubbed Queen consort Camilla's offers of friendship and advice and appeared bored and disinterested by her."
Cousens continued, "A stupid move by Meghan because if any of the royals know how to get the people on side after being an object of public loathing it's the Queen consort. Her late majesty the Queen likely was the buffer between Meghan, Harry, and the rest of the royals who are no doubt quietly seething." She added, "Without the Queen's steady leadership keeping the skies as clear as possible it may be that a giant storm is about to break."
Even though the Duke of Sussex has stood down from royal duties since the year 2020 and is no longer permitted to wear his uniform, during the state funeral for his deceased grandmother, he stood next to Prince William in his assigned seat. As with the rest of the royal family, Prince Harry and Meghan traveled to Windsor to take part in the committal service and interment, which saw the Queen buried next to Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh.
After stepping down from their positions as senior working royals, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have begun to build a new life for themselves. Megxit, the moniker given to Harry and Meghan's decision to stand down from their royal obligations and quit using their HRH styles, dominated headlines worldwide in 2020.
Since leaving the royal family, Harry and Meghan have had several interviews, including an explosive one in 2021 with US talk show star Oprah Winfrey. Meghan openly singled out the Duchess of Cambridge for reportedly making her weep ahead of her wedding. The parents of Archie and Lilibet also claimed in their Oprah interview that a member of the royal family made a racist remark about Archie before he was born. More recently, Meghan's interview with The Cut made headlines after the actress stated that forgiving requires "a lot of effort" and that she can "say anything."