Tom Bower, the author of “Revenge: Meghan, Harry, and the War Between the Windsors,” gave an exclusive interview to Page Six in which he stated that he “absolutely” believes that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex released their most recent portraits in order to embarrass the royal family.
According to what he shared with us, “it was all about,” and “we’re back now on pace to create Brand Meghan” along with the book, the Netflix series, and the podcast. “Money is the answer to everything. And it worked out well for them because they were in the public spotlight for at least seven days while the funeral was going on because they were videotaped every day.”
Bower went on to make the comparison between it and the couple’s appearances some months previously during the celebrations of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, where they were not seen at all.
In contrast to the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II, during which “they were center stage,” he added that the deceased were “shuffled off to a window upstairs and hardly seen.”
Bower continued, “You know, she has really got one interest, and that’s Meghan, and the casualties are the royal family, and as far as she’s concerned, that’s amazing.”
Two photographs that were taken by Misan Harriman during Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s journey to the United Kingdom just prior to the demise of the Queen on September 8 were published by the photographer on Monday.
Moments before the launch of the @OneYoungWorld exhibit, the couple was captured in a snapshot standing closely together while holding hands.
Their pictures were taken two days after the Palace released a portrait of King Charles III and Queen Consort Camilla Parker-Bowles, along with the heir to the throne, Prince William, and his wife, Kate Middleton. The portrait featured the royal couple alongside Prince William and his wife, Kate Middleton.
The remarkably relaxed portrait was taken the day before the Palace hosted a massive reception for Heads of State and Official Overseas Guests on September 18, the day before the Queen’s funeral. The portrait is obviously meant to symbolize the continuation of the monarchy and was taken before the reception.
Markle and Prince Harry wed in 2018, and less than two years later, they announced their decision to step down from their royal duties following allegations that the former actress and their children were subjected to racial profiling.
They eventually settled in California, and now they have two children there: Archie, who is three years old, and Lilibet, who is one year old.