Queen will see Finding Freedom as ‘huge source of irritation’ and Meghan & Harry might ‘never recover’ royal author says

THE QUEEN will find the explosive new biography about Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s lives a “huge source of irritation” according to a royal author.

The unofficial biography was released yesterday and features explosive claims about Megxit and the couple’s relationship.

And Nigel Cawthorne author of Prince Andrew, Epstein and the Palace says that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex might “never recover” from the repercussions of the tome.

Speaking to Fabulous digital, Cawthorne said: “The Queen and Charles will find Finding Freedom a huge source of irritation.

“There is enough in the book to suggest that the degree of separation between the authors and the couple was very low indeed.

“Apart from whether they recognise or disagree with criticism in the book, it raises the spectre that at least one of the Sussexes cooperated or didn’t discourage cooperation.

“That is just about the only faux pas you can never recover from if you are found out.”

Cawthorne went on to say that loyalty is the key to keeping the firm happy.

He continued: “The palace will tread very carefully until this has been established one way or another.

“The one single reason why Prince Andrew has been able to maintain his independence from Charles for almost forty years despite scandal after scandal is the fact that he has always been 100% unwaveringly loyal, he has never leaked to the press even if it might have given him a brief advantage.

“Diana, Princess of Wales, it turned out afterwards, had cooperated with a number of books to set out her point of view. It was a clear case lese majeste.”

The author went on to warn that Harry must be wary when it comes to defending his wife if he doesn’t want to become isolated from the “inner sanctum.”

He added: “Prince Harry is in an unenviable position.

“On the one hand there is the love he has for his family and on the other had the love he has for his wife. If he wants to keep their trust, he can only speak out publicly in defence of his wife but he must not scheme behind the scenes.

“The inner sanctum of the royal family would forever be closed to him."

Meghan and Harry’s unofficial biography was co-written by Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand.

Meghan, 39, and Harry, 35, have insisted they had nothing to do with the book, from which The Times published extracts two weeks ago.

Scobie, who has close ties to Meghan, also said he had not spoken to them directly.

However, the book does contain intimate information on the early stages of their romance.

Explosive claims made in Finding Freedom include…

  • Harry felt like he and Meghan were 'thrown under the bus' to protect the royal family
  • Meghan felt people wanted her to serve her child "on a silver platter" after Archie was born
  • The Sussexes had to let go of Archie's nanny in the middle of her second shift
  • Prince Harry was "delightfully surprised" when Meghan reportedly peed in the wood on their luxury camping trip in Botswana
  • Harry was stunned after Meghan's estranged family gave a series of interviews criticising the duchess
  • Meghan had to undergo kidnapping training after an unusually high number of threats
  • She fell for Prince Harry after seeing him play with pal Jessica Mulroney's kids
  • The Duchess of Sussex saw Prince Charles as a 'second father'

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