Royal Family's strategy of tacking Meghan Markle and Prince Harry approved by King Charles

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry

The Royal Family feel that it is inevitable that further digs will be fired at them by the Sussex, according to an insider

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Svar Nanan-Sen

By Svar Nanan-Sen


Published: 28/07/2023

- 12:01

The Royal Family feel that it is inevitable that further digs will be fired at them by the Sussex, according to an insider

The Royal Family's strategy of navigating Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's attacks on the monarchy has been approved by King Charles, it has been claimed.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex stepped down as working members of the Royal Family in 2020.


Since leaving the monarchy, the couple has launched multiple public attacks on the firm through TV interviews, a Netflix series and Prince Harry's autobiography.

The Royal Family feel that it is inevitable that further digs will be fired at them by the Sussex, according to an insider.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex stepped down as working members of the Royal Family in 2020.

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The source told the Daily Beast that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex making court appearances, publishing further books or making films was now widely considered inevitable by senior members of the monarchy.

However, the policy of not reacting or commenting to the attacks has been deemed successful by the royals.

Therefore the Royal Family will not be changing their strategy towards the Sussexes.

It comes as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been put under strain due to the fallout of the Duke of Sussex's autobiography Spare, according to a royal commentator.

In January, Harry released the memoir which contained several attacks on senior members of the Royal Family.

The Duke of Sussex undertook several TV interviews to promote the book, noticeably without Meghan Markle by his side.

Royal commentator Katie Nicholl has claimed that the "pretty epic" reaction to Harry's book has put pressure on the couple as friends and family have turned against him.

Nicholl told Page Six: "My experience with Harry and Meghan – whenever I’ve been with them as a couple, who are very, very close – [have] a sort of spark between them that always struck me as being very authentic.

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The policy of not reacting or commenting to the attacks has been deemed successful by the royals.

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"However, there have been rumours circulating in recent months that the fallout from Spare, which is pretty epic for Prince Harry who had Britain really turned against him, his home country; he’s really not welcome here.

"[The book has] left a bad taste in people’s mouths.

"It’s further alienated him from his friends and his family and I think, inevitably, that has put a strain on them."

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