Relationship ultimatum: Meghan Markle threatened Prince Harry to break up
Created: 09/30/2022, 07:20
By: Annemarie Goebbel
Prince Harry should make the relationship public, Meghan Markle demanded, otherwise it would be over, now reveals the book "Courtiers: The Hidden Power Behind the Crown".
London – Together, Prince Harry (38) and Meghan Markle (41) have been through a lot since their dreamlike fairytale wedding in London.
Proud parents of two children, they have decided against the crown and in favor of independent living under the California sun.
But what sounds like great love began with a tangible ultimatum, as it turns out now.
An ultimatum laid the foundation for the relationship: no trace of romance
In a forthcoming book by journalist Valentine Low called "Courtiers: The Hidden Power Behind the Crown," two insiders report in a preprint in the British Times that
Meghan Markle (41 ) Prince Harry has apparently given an ultimatum regarding their relationship.
Harry reacted in panic.
She said, 'Unless you make a statement confirming that I'm your girlfriend, I'll break up with you,'"
a source told Low.
Not a trace of romance.
If you believe the new book Valentine Lows, the relationship between Meghan Markle and Prince Harry began with a tough ultimatum (photomontage).
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The Duke of Sussex "freaked out," an anonymous source said, adding, "She's going to dump me."
According to the book, Harry then contacted Jason Knauf, who was Prince William's (40) communications secretary at the time, Duchess Kate (40) and Prince Harry at the time.
The second born Charles III.
(73) wanted to publish a statement confirming his relationship with Markle and condemning the British tabloids, which would have smothered his future wife with racist stereotypes.
Meghan would have seen herself as the future boss and treated employees from above
On top of that.
During her time as a royal, Meghan would have left no doubt that she was different from her predecessors, who played the role of friends to the princes.
"She had her own opinion and let people know what it was like.
In the spring of 2017, more than six months before the couple's engagement, she said to one of Harry's advisors, 'I think we both know that I'm going to be one of your bosses soon,'" reads an excerpt of the book.
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Knauf had already written an email to Prince William's former private secretary with explosive content in March 2021 - Meghan and Harry were still active royals at the time.
The Duchess of Sussex harassed two senior Buckingham Palace officials, sources said.
The Times reported at the time, referring to the Mail, which expressed concern that nothing was being done.
A few days later, the scandalous interview by Oprah Winfrey (68) was broadcast and covered the news at the time.