Meghan Markle and Prince Harry ‘seeking to capitalise on advantage’ as royals scale back activity

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry ‘seeking to capitalise on advantage’ as royals scale back activity

Angela Levin says Harry and Meghan were looking to take advantage of royal absences

Ben Chapman

By Ben Chapman

Published: 27/05/2024

- 16:16

The couple this month embarked on a short trip to Nigeria

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are looking to “take advantage” whilst Prince William and King Charles are unable to conduct overseas royal tours, royal author Angela Levin has claimed.

The couple this month embarked on a short trip to Nigeria where visits at a secondary school and a polo club came about in a busy few days.

Speaking to GB News, Levin hit out at the couple, claiming they are seeking to take advantage of William and Charles being unlikely to make foreign trips.

The Prince of Wales is juggling duties with looking after his family after the bombshell news that Princess Kate is suffering from cancer.

Angela Levin, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry

Angela Levin hit out at the couple


King Charles is also cancer-stricken, meaning lengthy stays away from home are unlikely to be on the agenda as he undergoes recovery.

“The royals who go out have a lot of discussion and weeks of studying”, said Levin.


“Her behaviour which was so inappropriate will slide down to affect the Royal Family.

“They had so much royal stuff that it wasn’t just a visit.

“It was Harry and Meghan trying to take over the advantage that King Charles and William can’t go away.

“They can, and they can take it away from the Royal Family. They want to show they’re modern, fun and everything else.”

Angela Levin and Mark Dolan

Angela Levin joined Mark Dolan on GB News


Harry and MeghanHarry and Meghan recently undertook a three-day tour of NigeriaReuters

The First Lady of Nigeria last week appeared to criticise the Duchess’s clothing choices.

In a discreet dig towards the former Suits actress, she told an audience: "The message here is we have to salvage our children. We see the way they dress.

"They keep forgetting that Nigeria, we are beautiful. You can see what they showcase on the stage, I said, 'We are fashionable, we see what is going on'.

"We are not having the Met Gala. And everyone, the nakedness, is just everywhere and the men are well-clothed. So we have to do something. Tell them we don't accept nakedness in our culture. That is not beautiful. It's not beautiful at all."

Angela Levin admitted on GB News that Meghan’s fashion choices also left her “furious” as she unleashed a scathing rant on the matter.

“She went to a school, a very religious school, and she went with a backless dress”, she said.

“You don’t do that. I think it is very provocative. If she was representing the Royal Family, she would not have been wearing anything like that.

“I thought it was absolutely appalling. I was livid with it. I thought her choice of clothing was absolutely terrible.”

The Duke of Sussex told People: “It is hugely important for us to meet directly with people, supporting our causes and listening, in order to bring about solutions, support and positive change.

“There’s only so much one can do from home and over Zoom, so we look forward to travelling more because the work matters.

“Whether it’s the Archewell Foundation, Invictus, or any of our other causes, there will always be reasons to meet the people at the heart of our work.”

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