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The bio reveals the Queen thought Harry was ‘very fond’ of Meghan

Queen Elizabeth II has always been fond of her grandson Harry’s wife, Meghan Markle, but has reservations about their relationship. In the biography “Elizabeth: An Intimate Portrait” (Elizabeth: An Intimate Portrait, in free translation), author Giles Brandreth, who describes himself as a longtime friend of the royal family, reveals that the monarch considered Harry “very fond of Harry” with Meghan, which prompted It worried him.

According to the Daily Mail, which has access to excerpts from the work, the writer has spoken to several people close to the Queen, who have reported their concerns. “I just thought maybe Harry was also in love.” This was the closest I’ve come, as far as I know, to criticizing the current Duchess of Sussex. She loved Megan and told a lot of people about her. I’ve done everything to make Meghan feel welcome,” says Giles Brandreth in the book.

According to the author, Harry and Meghan’s controversial interview with Oprah Winfrey in March 2021 would not have upset the Queen too much, as the newspapers reported at the time. The conversation covered topics such as racism, suicidal thoughts, feuds with Prince William and Kate Middleton, loss of freedom and a scenario that culminated in the couple’s choice to leave the royal family and live outside England. “She was always more concerned with Harry’s safety than all this ‘TV madness,'” Brandreth says on the job.

The book, due for release in December, details Elizabeth II’s relationship with her husband, Prince Philip, and the royal family, including their children and grandchildren.

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