Meghan Markle Seen Putting On A Brave Face As Royal Aide Shames Her And Prince Harry By Leaking Rowdy Details Of Their Time At Buckingham Palace

Meghan Markle Prince Harry Time At Buckingham Palace Revealed

As new bizarre stories leak about Meghan Markle, she was spotted carrying her son, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, to school.

Meghan Markle, who is more than six months pregnant, had her baby bump visible in a tight black sweater, jeans, a chic coat, and a facial mask.

Archie looked like a mini Prince Harry in a black beanie, gray sweater, and jeans.

The pictures surfaced via Page Six, one day after a royal aide gave Harry and Meghan a piece of their mind by saying that their unruly behaviors are not missed in the palace corners.

A source has said Buckingham Palace is a much “calmer” place after the departure of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle last year.

The royals stepped down from their senior positions more than a year ago, moving initially to Canada before settling in California, US, with their son, Archie.

And a source has claimed that back home in the UK, things are a “lot calmer” and “simpler” at Buckingham Palace, and Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are no longer “kicking off” and questioning why they “couldn’t just do what they wanted.”

According to the royal aide, the Sussexes did not understand “how things worked,” and the person said this had been “one of the main issues” during their time in the Palace.

A royal insider told the Mirror: “One of the main issues with Harry and Meghan, when they were part of the working family, was their inability to understand how things worked. It’s been a lot simpler without them kicking off over why they couldn’t just do what they wanted. Things are a lot calmer.”

The claims come after Prince Harry touched down at Los Angeles airport on Tuesday, the day before Queen Elizabeth II marked her 95th birthday.

The monarch was not thought to have seen many members of her family on the day due to the coronavirus pandemic, and the usual traditions such as gun salutes did not take place since the Queen is still mourning the loss of her husband, Prince Philip.

In the wake of his death earlier this month, age 99, other senior royals have reportedly been rallying around the Queen to support her.

Among them is Sophie, Countess of Wessex, who is expected to take on an expanded role in future public engagements as things reopen post-pandemic and as the arrangement with the Sussexes has been reported as final.

Royal author Victoria Murphy said Sophie, 55 — who is married to the Queen’s son, Prince Edward — has become a “stalwart” member of the family in recent times, even though her work does not often get the same level of attention in the press as the younger royals do.

Conversations

Recommended For You