Prince Harry wants to protect the Queen, but shoots them with cannonballs himself, says Duchess Meghan’s half-sister Samantha in a radio interview
London – It was not a week ago that there was movement in the permanent crisis between Prince Harry (37) and the British Royals. The Sussexes used their trip to The Hague and visited Queen Elizabeth II (96) before that on a flying visit to Windsor. The interview that Harry then gave to NBC caused a stir. Duchess Meghan’s (40) half-sister Samantha (57) then vented her anger in a radio interview with the British broadcaster “LBC”.
Samantha Markle and Duchess Meghan have become estranged at the latest since the former published a delicate book peppered with personal details about Meghan a year ago. Even the title “The Diary of Princess Pushy’s Sister Part 1” (English: “The Diary of the Sister of Princess Important”) suggested that the relationship might not have been very cordial before.
The fact that Samantha is now also launching a verbal sweeping attack against Prince Harry is not surprising at first, but then it is in his spitefulness. But from the beginning: Prince Harry, as the founder of the “Invictus Games”, left with his wife Meghan for the fifth game in The Hague. Once in Europe, he paid his respects to grandmother Queen Elizabeth II and then revealed details of the secret meeting with her in Windsor to NBC.
This brought criticism to the second-born of the heir to the throne, Prince Charles (73). Many Royal fans found his statements arrogant. One reason he flew to the UK was to ensure Queen Elizabeth II was protected and had the right people around, Harry said.
The statement apparently also led Samantha Markle to make the unfriendly comparison that Harry would light the fuse of a cannonball aimed at the Queen and at the same time tell her: “I lit the fuse, the ball is coming towards you, but I will protect you.” “. For her part, Queen Elizabeth II doesn’t seem to feel much targeted.