Meghan Markle ‘riled up’ by one member of Royal Family as she’s warned over future memoir | Royal | News | Express.co.uk
The Duchess of Sussex has a bone to pick with the royals over their treatment of another member of the family.
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Meghan Markle has taken issue with the treatment of some royals in comparison to her (Image: Getty)
What “really riles” Meghan Markle, according to a leading royal expert, is the latitude afforded to some royals to speak their mind on television, over others. In particular, Neil Sean told GB News, Sarah Ferguson‘s ability to go on daytime talkshows and say what she thinks, really wrankles the Duchess of Sussex, who has come in for severe criticism for her and Prince Harry‘s public outbursts.
Mr Sean told the channel that Harry and Meghan “simply don’t understand” why Fergie seemingly can speak publicly without consequence, when they cannot.
He said: “The thing that really riles Meghan is that Fergie pops up on things like the ITV daytime show ‘This Morning’, ‘Loose Women’ and billing herself as the Duchess of York, selling books and possibly doing adverts all under the Royal Family.
“Meghan and Harry seemingly don’t understand why it’s a different rule for her.”
Sarah Ferguson was seen at the Sandringham walkabout for the first time in 30 years (Image: Getty)
Meghan and Harry had a tough 2023, with several commercial and PR blunders. Harry’s memoir Spare, although a best-seller, brought with it global scorn over his perceived victim complex.
Meanwhile, Meghan’s Spotify podcast deal was axed in June after only 12 episodes and then Jeremy Zimmer, chief executive of the United Talent Agency, branded the ex-Suits actress “untalented”.
If that wasn’t enough, it emerged later in the year that the Montecito couple’s charitable organisation Archewell had lost nearly £10million in donations.
Meghan and Harry had a difficult 2023 (Image: Getty)
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Mr Sean’s comments come off the back of Fergie’s apparent royal rehabilitation, after she appeared at the Sandringham Christmas Day walkabout for the first time in 30 years.
She stepped out alongside her ex-husband Prince Andrew and their daughters Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie.
Fergie was barred from all royal events in 1992 when bombshell images of her toes being sucked by her financial advisor were published.
Royal commentator Hilary Fordwich told Fox News that Ms Ferguson’s return to the royal fold was not an accident and was carefully planned.
She said: “What might seem to an outsider as a casual stroll on Christmas Day to the church service at St. Mary Magdalene in Sandringham, Norfolk, is actually a carefully choreographed, highly public promenade.”