‘Various’ Royal Family members think Queen should disown Harry, claims Lady C

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Several members of the Royal Family have come round to the idea that the Queen should disown Prince Harry, according to a royal author.

Lady Colin Campbell, who has written several royal biographies including one in 2020 on Harry and Meghan Markle, claimed on her YouTube channel that patience has run out with the Sussexes.

The couple have candidly opened up on the struggles they faced within the Royal Family since moving to the US in interviews with the likes of Oprah Winfrey and Dax Shepard.

And, earlier this month, it was revealed that Harry will be releasing a tell-all memoir on his life so far – with reports suggesting the royals are "nervous" about what the contents could be.

Lady C responded to one of her YouTube viewers who called on the Queen to take action against Harry, by saying: “You think the Queen should disown him? I’ve got news for you.

“Various members of the Royal Family, various aristocrats, various couriers, several people at the palace, various members of both major political parties all agree. All agree!”

She added: “People have a lot of respect for and affection for the Queen.

“Nobody likes seeing an old woman being tormented the way she is being tormented by her supposed beloved grandson.”

A spokesperson for Harry has rubbished reports that one of the books in the publishing deal won’t see the light of day until after the Queen has died.

It comes as a royal expert claimed Meghan felt “rebuffed” by Kate during her time in the Royal Family.

Emily Andrews suggested “cracks” emerged early on during their relationship, while speaking on a Channel 5 documentary.

Meanwhile, Meghan's estranged half-sister Samantha Markle has urged the actress to let the family see Lilibet.

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  • Meghan Markle
  • Prince Harry
  • Queen
  • Royal Family

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