New revelations from Meghan Markle’s past are sparking heated debate.

According to a former Buckingham Palace employee, Meghan Markle thought she was “going to be the Beyoncé of the UK” when she wed into the Royal Family. The Duchess of Sussex, 41, thought her new position within the British monarchy “would give her that kudos,” the unnamed insider told Valentine Low of The Times.

“What [Meghan] learned was that there were so many regulations that were so ludicrous that she couldn’t even do the things that she could do as a private citizen, which is tough,” the insider was quoted by the royal correspondent as saying.

“All that was needed was for the decision-makers to get around a table and decide what to do about the situation. What is required of you to feel better? What else can we offer?’”

Mr. Low continued by outlining “another position,” according to which the Duke and Duchess of Sussex would have never been able to come to terms with the Firm.

They called the split “inevitable” and said it would be “difficult” to maintain a working relationship with the Duke and Duchess included.

Mr. Low stated that there are “five scenarios” for the Duke and Duchess’s exit from the royal family.

The conversations over how much time the pair would devote to public activities vs their private endeavors were said to have taken place in a “positive mood.”

The Duke and Duchess would continue to enjoy royal benefits without the obligations put on senior royals, according to him, but there could be no half-measures.

Since leaving the royal family, the Duke and Duchess have hardly visited the UK.

They left their positions as working royals in March 2020 and moved to California, Meghan’s home state.

Archie and Lilibet are being raised by them apart from the Royal Family and across the water.

Meghan did not accompany Prince Harry when he went back in 2021 to unveil a plaque honoring his mother, Princess Diana, at Kensington Palace.

Along with their two young children, they then went back in June 2022 for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee festivities.

Despite spending the majority of the long weekend out of sight, they did attend a special service at St. Paul’s Cathedral.

The couple then made the announcement that they will visit charities “near to their hearts” when they returned to the UK in September.

The Queen was said to be receiving medical attention in Balmoral during the visit to the UK.

Then Prince Harry made his way to the Royal Family’s residence in Scotland, albeit it’s believed he arrived after his grandmother had passed away.

The Duke and Duchess stunned Windsor’s audiences as they stepped outside with Prince William and Kate, Princess of Wales, shortly after learning of the late monarch’s passing.

The transport of the Queen’s casket to Westminster Hall was followed by a liturgy in her honor, which the Duke and Duchess attended.

When they attended the Queen’s official burial on Monday along with the rest of the Royal Family, they both were extremely upset.

We have reached out to the Duchess of Sussex’s representatives for comment.


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