Meghan Markle 'should have warned' Prince Harry over drug revelations - 'Quite concerning'

Meghan Markle 'should have warned' Prince Harry over drug revelations - 'Quite concerning'

Meghan Markle should have warned Harry according to Angela Levin

GB News
Ben Chapman

By Ben Chapman


Published: 22/03/2023

- 22:08

Updated: 22/03/2023

- 22:54

It comes as the Duke of Sussex faces fresh scrutiny over his visa after a request was submitted for further details

Meghan Markle has been slammed for her role in the drug revelations which may land Prince Harry in hot water.

It comes as the Duke of Sussex faces fresh scrutiny over his visa after a request was submitted for further details.


The Heritage Foundation are calling on Harry’s visa application to be released so the American taxpayer can understand whether the Duke declared his drug use.

US immigration law does not look favourably on those with a past of using drugs, with deportation not out of the question.

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Speaking to GB News, royal biographer Angela Levin says Meghan should have done more in preventing her husband from speaking out on the matter.

She told Dan Wootton: “I don’t understand why his wife didn’t warn him.

“He talked to her about everything he was going to say. She is in charge as we both know.

“She didn’t say ‘be careful, because if you talk too much about the drugs, you might be in trouble’.

Angela Levin

Angela Levin has hit out at Meghan Markle

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“Why she left him alone on this, I feel quite concerned about.

“The mental health guru who was talking to him should have said beforehand, ‘don’t talk about the drugs’.

“He made his life extremely difficult.”

The revelations came to light in the Duke of Sussex’s autobiography, Spare, which was released in January 2023.

Director of the Heritage Foundation's Oversight Project, said: "This request is in the public interest in light of the potential revocation of Prince Harry’s visa for illicit substance use and further questions regarding the Prince’s drug use and whether he was properly vetted before entering the United States".

However, a US State Department spokesman said: "Visa records are confidential under Section 222(f) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA); therefore, we cannot discuss the details of individual visa cases".

The Duke admitted in his autobiography that in 2002 he had “taken cocaine” during a shooting weekend.

He goes on to reveal that the occasion was not a one-off and he had done “a few lines” on other occasions.

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