Is Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's marriage sliding into a tangible crisis? While the Duchess of Sussex prefers to enjoy herself alone, the divorce lawyers are already said to be in the starting blocks.
Montecito – Meghan Markle (41) and Prince Harry (38) have not been stingy with denials lately. Harry uses a private hotel room as a refuge from Meghan? "That's not true," the Sussexes officially announced. The paparazzi chase through New York was only staged by Prince Harry and Meghan? A spokeswoman called the claims "abhorrent," according to the New York Times. But now Meghan and Harry are even confronted with divorce rumors – and remain silent.
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"It is said that there have been problems in the marriage for a long time. I've heard from five absolutely reliable sources that Harry called in the lawyers a few months ago," Lady Colin Campbell, 73, told GB News. "If there are real problems in the marriage, which seems to be the case, Harry will have a hard time getting out of it," the British author predicts. After all, it was Prince Harry who turned his back on his native Great Britain to be happy with Meghan and children Archie (4) and Lilibet (2) in Montecito, California.
In any case, Meghan Markle seems to be dropping the ceiling on her head in the 11 million villa, because apparently the former "Suits" actress is in a going out mood. "I was at a party the other night and I was talking to someone about these people," Hollywood podcaster Tim Dillon, 38, said, according to The Sun. "She [Meghan] texted the person I was there with. I'm at the party and they're showing me text messages from this woman begging people to hang out with her." Even though some people had replied to Meghan – after all, she was a duchess – people laughed at her behind her back.
No lip service to the wedding day
On May 19, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle celebrated their 5th wedding anniversary, but it went uncommented publicly by the Sussexes, which surprised many fans. Whether the lack of affectionate social media posts is another argument for a marital crisis between the two or merely marks a retreat into the private sphere, only the two know.
Crisis rumors are multiplying: Meghan celebrates without Harry, the divorce lawyers are ready
However, a lack of accompaniment does not seem to stop Meghan Markle from celebrating, most recently the Duchess of Sussex was "constantly found at parties", as society reporter Petronella Wyatt (55) revealed in May via Twitter. "She tends to leave Harry at home." Prince Harry and Meghan are increasingly going their own ways. Should the solo efforts actually end in a divorce, the joint brand of the Sussexes, with which the two have so far earned good money, would also be on the verge of extinction.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are increasingly separated. (Photomontage) © IMAGO/ZUMA Wire/i Images
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Paul Burrell (64), the former butler of Princess Diana (36, † 1997), also questions the longevity of Prince Harry and Meghan's marriage, but warns, according to GB News: "If he were to abandon this relationship now, he would lose his children because Meghan would keep them in America and he would not see them." In the long run, however, Diana's ex-butler is sure that Prince Harry will break up with Meghan Markle: "We all know it's going to happen." Sources used: gbnews.com, nytimes.com, thesun.co.uk, Twitter