Prince Harry is more 'volatile' than William while Meghan Markle is more 'emotional', royal author claims
According to the author Prince Harry is also known to show off his emotional side but among the husband-wife duo, Meghan is more 'emotional' of the two.
According to a new theory, Prince Harry is apparently more "volatile" than his brother Prince William, while Harry's wife Meghan Markle is more "emotional" of the two, a royal author has claimed. Anna Pasternak, who has written books about Princess Diana and Wallis Simpson, said she feels “anxious” about Meghan and Harry because they are emotional.
According to Pasternak, author of ‘Untitled: The Real Wallis Simpson, Duchess of Windsor’, Prince Harry is known to show his emotions, like when he was caught crying while his mother’s favorite hymn was performed at the NAC War Memorial in Sydney during the Royal Tour last year. He also couldn’t hold back tears when he watched Meghan walking down the aisle at their Royal Wedding in May last year, reported Express.
Pasternak wrote in the Telegraph: “The sixth-in-line to the throne is clearly more volatile and openly expressive than his elder brother, while Meghan has the double impediment of being not just emotional but also an outsider. Worse, an American outsider who must quickly learn that the British way of coping can appear game-playing and manipulative; what is unsaid is often more significant than what is.”
The royal author also drew comparisons between the Duchess of Sussex and other women who have married into the Royal Family, like Wallis Simpson and Diana, the Princess of Wales. It was once said of the Duchess of Windsor, who was also an American and a divorcee: “To be an American was against her then, almost more than the divorce.”
However, Pasternak feels it is Harry and Meghan’s emotional side that is their biggest hurdle. She said: “The big business of The Firm requires that it operates as a diplomatic, rational machine. What is not tolerated, far less understood, is emotion."
“Those that heed the unspoken creed — duty over emotional — farewell. This week, unflappable Kate, who undertook her first public engagement with the Queen, fully cemented her position as failsafe support to the monarch. Smiling and relaxed, her sunny self-assuredness must have been a balm to courtiers prickly over rumors of her rift with Meghan.”
'The Real Wallace Simpson, The Duchess of Windsor and A Princess in Love' author also issued a warning for Meghan recently, saying that the former 'Suits' star cannot "live like an A-list Hollywood star" while enjoying the privilege of the monarchy. Speaking in the latest episode of Yahoo News' weekly online series, The Royal Box, Pasternak said Meghan had to realize she "can't have it all".
"I think what Meghan's got to realize is she cannot live life in the royal family like an A-list Hollywood star," Pasternak said. "Within the monarchy, it requires a very different set of behavior. You cannot have it all. You cannot have your freedom and this privilege... It's not a fairytale. Recognize that and live with the consequences."