Meghan Markle has angered people and isn’t “as fun as it looks” after joining the Royal Family, a royal expert says.
The Duchess of Sussex should have gone to a psychiatrist instead of Oprah after her suicide, says Penny Junor.
The royal biographer told a new ITV documentary: “I was taken aback by the Oprah interview.
“This is not a statement to be made for public consumption.
“This is something that should happen in the privacy of a psychiatrist’s couch.”
The Duchess, 39, told Oprah Winfrey she was not given the help she needed when she wanted to kill herself after marrying Prince Harry.
This is one of the bombshell criticisms of the Royal Family that the couple made on a TV chat show earlier this year – after leaving the Firm and moving into their £11m Montecito home in California.
But Ms Junor, who spoke in the documentary, Harry and William: What Went Wrong, said: “I heard very bad stories from the start that Meghan was upsetting people.”
She went on to say that the Duchess’ approach was “showbiz-y, celebrity”, The Sun reported, adding: “Our royal family are not celebrities.
“They are working members of public institutions.”
The couple left the Royal Family and started a new life in the US before making sensational claims in an Oprah interview earlier this year that rocked establishments.
Another royal biographer, Robert Lacey, claims that Prince William felt Meghan had an agenda early on in her relationship, the Daily Mail reports.
In the same documentary, the author says: “Someone close to William told me that William felt from the start that Meghan had an agenda.”
It comes after reports that Prince Harry will soon be returning to the UK for another memorial service in honor of Princess Diana.
The Duke of Sussex is said to be making the September trip — and this time he could join his wife Meghan Markle, according to The Sun.
Harry returns to the US after his whirlwind trip to England to uncover a statue of his late mother at Kensington Palace with Prince William.
Thursday’s event was scaled down due to Covid restrictions.
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But reports say he will return to British soil in about 10 weeks to join 100 friends, family and charity leaders for another commemorative event.
A representative for Meghan Markle has been approached for comment.