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Queen Elizabeth II Worried About Harry Because He Would Be ‘Too In Love’ With Meghan Markle


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Queen Elizabeth II (1926-2022) was one of the few people in the royal family who supported Prince Harry’s marriage to actress Meghan Markle, but she was very concerned about the relationship. The monarch thought that the grandson was “too much in love” with the woman. The revelation was made in a new biography of the queen, who died on September 8 at Balmoral Castle, aged 96, in Scotland.

The book ‘Elizabeth: An Intimate Portrait’, by English writer Gyles Brandreth, will be released before Christmas in England and excerpts from the work have already been published by the British newspaper Daily Mail. Brandreth reveals conversations with people very close to Elizabeth II about the beginning of Harry’s romance with Markle.

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“She just thought Harry was maybe a little ‘too passionate’. “That was as far as she’s gone, as far as I know, as far as criticizing the current Duchess of Sussex. She liked Meghan and told so many people. She did everything to make Meghan feel welcome in the family.”

Another excerpt from the biography also revealed that Elizabeth 2nd was not so bothered by Harry and Meghan’s interview with presenter Oprah Winfrey in March 2021, just over a year after the two resigned from their duties in the monarchy. “She was always more concerned about Harry’s well-being than all this ‘television madness’ about the interview and the couple’s contract with a streaming platform,” concluded Gyles Brandreth.

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