Meghan Markle‘s bombshell interviews and revelations that have infuriated Queen Elizabeth II and the rest of the royal family seem to have some dire consequences.
This week, it has been revealed that Queen Elizabeth’s famous online store has snubbed Meghan Markle. Last month, Prince Harry‘s wife published her first children’s book entitled The Bench.
It is claimed that she plans to pen other books.
Meghan Markle explained the picture book was inspired by a poem she wrote and the special relationship that is blooming between Prince Harry and their young son, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor.
Queen Elizabeth’s online Royal Collection Shop, which sells a long list of beloved children’s books, does not carry Markle’s book.
The site sells a selection of “storytime” and “delightful” children’s books, including Paddington and Peppa Pig.
Meghan Markle’s book hit massive success when it was first released and later slipped into oblivion.
The Duchess of Sussex‘s title initially landed on the New York Times Bestsellers List but rapidly slipped from Amazon’s top 100 due to insufficient sale numbers.
A message on the Royal Collection Trust website’s kids’ book section reads in part: “Tuck the children into bed with a bedtime story from the official royal gift shop. These books are full to the brim with colorful illustrations and delightful narratives which are sure to inspire the children.”
The former Hollywood actress has not only rubbed the royals the wrong way with her interviews and racism claims — she is embroiled in bullying accusations.
It appears that Meghan Markle might be involved with yet another fight with Buckingham Palace, as it was reported that the former senior royal was determined to prove that the numerous bullying allegations against her were nothing but lies.
According to an insider, the wife of Prince Harry was preparing to argue the validity of every statement that accuses her of harassing her former staff, and a “brutal showdown” between the Duchess of Sussex and the Buckingham Palace was to be expected in the upcoming months.
Meanwhile, it was reported that there are “at least 10” royal aides who are ready to testify in the ongoing investigation that the palace launched in order to determine if the Duchess of Sussex bullied her staff.
The first rumors about Meghan Markle’s bullying behavior started swirling back in 2017 when she was still engaged to Prince Harry.
Back then, it was reported that the future royal was very strict with her aides and even expected them to reply to her messages at 5 a.m.
At the time, a senior member of the staff allegedly complained to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex about the unacceptable behavior, but Markle snapped back with, “It’s not my job to coddle people.”
According to royal author Robert Jobson, the weeks leading to the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were so intense that even the Duke of Sussex was sometimes ill-mannered with royal aides.
Jobson reviewed the behavior of Prince Harry in his book, Charles at Seventy – Thoughts, Hopes & Dreams, as the author wrote, “Raising his voice on occasion, Harry would insist: ‘What Meghan wants, she gets.”
Tensions are still high in the royal family.