Meghan Markle Caused ‘Unforgivable’ Stress to the Queen, Sparking Bigger Crisis Than Princess Diana’s Death

Meghan Markle Caused 'Unforgivable' Stress to the Queen, Sparking Bigger Crisis Than Princess Diana's Death
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A roy­al expert has claimed that Meghan Markle caused an “unfor­giv­able” amount of stress to the late Queen Eliz­a­beth II, and that her arrival in the roy­al fam­i­ly could prove to be a big­ger cri­sis than the death of Princess Diana.

His­to­ri­an and biog­ra­ph­er Hugo Vick­ers made the star­tling com­ments while appear­ing on The Sun’s Roy­al Exclu­sive show. 

When asked what he thought had been the biggest cri­sis in the Roy­al Fam­i­ly over the past 50 years, Vick­ers ini­tial­ly point­ed to the death of Diana in 1997.

How­ev­er, Vick­ers said: “At the risk of being con­tro­ver­sial, will the arrival of Meghan Markle prove to be a big­ger one in the long run? Who knows.”

Vick­ers explained that the stress Meghan put on the Queen in the last cou­ple of years of her life was “unfor­giv­able.” He not­ed that the Queen was forced to deal with the “cross-Atlantic fam­i­ly cri­sis” repeat­ed­ly, even as she was iso­lat­ing dur­ing the COVID-19 pandemic.

The expert said the Queen wel­comed Meghan into the fold and even gift­ed her a set of pearl ear­rings and a neck­lace for her engagement. 

How­ev­er, Vick­ers claimed that Meghan “suc­ceed­ed in evad­ing the press very, very quick­ly,” and then pro­ceed­ed to make dam­ag­ing alle­ga­tions against the roy­al family.

Vick­ers said the Queen’s response, stat­ing that “some rec­ol­lec­tions may vary,” showed her efforts to keep the sit­u­a­tion civ­il, even as the Sus­sex­es made claims that were lat­er proven untrue.

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