Harry criticizes Commonwealth mistakes and throws an arrow at his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth. While Meghan Markle supports her husband
Meghan Markle and Harry return to show themselves on video and this time it seems a showdown against the Royal Family, complete with an arrow to Queen Elizabeth. While more or less approved biographies, I promise to tell the true relationship between Harry and William and Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton, the Sussex thinks about how things are.
In a completely innocent way and with a smile on his lips, speaking of his home in Los Angeles, he said: "When you consider the Commonwealth, there is no way to move forward if we do not recognize the past." He goes on to underline that many people have reviewed what happened previously in an attempt to recognize the wrong done and concludes: "But I think there is still a lot to do". Now, considering that his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, is head of the Commonwealth and that his ancestors made him up, Harry's words seem like a criticism of the work of Her Majesty.
But that is not all. In addition to the rather poisonous arrow against the Sovereign, Harry has disregarded one of the most important rules of the Court protocol. In fact, his speech has the tone of politics and the members of the Royal Family cannot take positions in this sense. The intervention was criticized by MP Tory Andrew Rosindell who in the Daily Mail called Harry's comments "disappointing" and which would not have been appreciated by the Queen. The MP continued: “I understand that Harry and Meghan have taken a step back from the Monarchy, but precisely for this reason I am surprised that they made such a speech. I am not aware of what has been said and I am sure that the Sovereign is not happy either. "
To support the Prince instead is his wife Meghan who appeared alongside him on video. This time she appears to be supporting her husband, despite the fact that she has been furious over the secret dates with Adele. Lady Markle shows up with her usual modest look. Since returning to California, Meg has been giving herself a simpler, almost subdued image, far from the glamorous and expensive and designer outfits for which she has been strongly contested in Great Britain.