In every toxic relationship there comes a moment when friends and family of the aggrieved party must put their own grievances aside in order to save their loved one from a life of misery.
That time has now come for Prince Harry’s family.
Regardless of the limited chances of success, an intervention was to be staged to try to protect the concerned Duke and speak to the couple to separate fact from fiction.
Because it’s now clear to everyone that Meghan Markle seems out of touch with reality and is on a mission to defeat the royal family at all costs.
The emotionally vulnerable Harry – once a popular and affable chap – appears to have been transported to an alternate universe embarrassing and damaging to all parties, particularly the monarchy.
The Rubicon was crossed with the former actress’ latest anti-Royal Family and anti-Britain comments for The Cut magazine to promote her new Spotify podcast, which features a catalog of distortions and untruths.
The Rubicon was crossed with the former actress’ latest off-kilter tirade against the royal family and Britain for The Cut magazine to promote her new Spotify podcast, which features a catalog of distortions.
With the dutiful 96-year-old queen struggling to stay healthy, thousands dying in floods in Commonwealth country Pakistan and Britain gripped by a livelihood crisis, Meghan appears on a mission to wreak maximum havoc on her British relatives through the use of dubious “truth bombs.” “.
Despite the limited chances of success, an intervention should be staged to try to protect the troubled Duke of Sussex from the Montecito fanatic, also known as his wife
Prince Charles and William, ideally with Peacemaker Kate in tow, were set to board a plane to California
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex attend Thanksgiving service at St Paul’s Cathedral in London on June 3 on their latest visit to the UK
Trouble is, most of their carefully designed monarchical and media-damaging grenades are usually questionable.
Like her erroneous claim that she couldn’t take Archie to school in the UK without 40 photographers taking photos in a press pen.
Meghan moaned: “Sorry I have a problem with that. That doesn’t make me obsessed with privacy. It makes me a strong and good parent who protects my child.”
Um, the problem is that such a scenario is utter nonsense – Prince William and Kate drop their three children, including a future king, to and from school practically every day without a single photo being published in the British media. There is certainly no push pin!
As public figures, the Cambridges have, on very rare occasions, made the decision to officially allow photography, but that is a personal decision that could easily have been rejected by the Sussexes.
When asked about Thomas Markle in the interview, she apparently takes the opportunity to publicly decimate Harry’s relationship with his own father, Prince Charles.
Recounting a private conversation with her husband, she says, “Harry said to me, ‘I lost my father in this process.’ It doesn’t have to be for her like it is for me, but that’s his choice.”
However, Meghan’s pathetic PR guy Omid Scobie has since clarified: “There seems to be confusion in some headlines about this quote in The Cut interview. I understand Prince Harry is actually referring to Meghan’s loss of her own father and Meghan says she doesn’t want Harry to lose his.
But either way, the situation is dire.
When author Allison P Davis asks if “Harry feels isolated with no family around,” Meghan again changes the subject to bring it up on her and replies, “Well, look, we’re both building a community. I didn’t have any friends up here.”
Of course, when it comes to Megxit, none of the problems were Meghan’s fault, but the fact that she appeared to be a hands-on American.
Moaning about not being able to remain working royals while raking in millions from big corporations, she ridiculously claims, “We’re not allowed to do that for some reason, even though several other family members are doing just that.” ‘
Name me one working member of the royal family who is capable of it, let alone one who is willing to berate their relatives for a massive payday – they don’t exist. It’s just more nonsense.
Even more ridiculously, Meghan makes it clear that she believes the royal family owes her an apology as she maintains a thinly veiled threat to release more damaging information if she doesn’t get her way.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (left) with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex (right) at Westminster Abbey in March 2019
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex hold hands during their bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey
“I think forgiveness is really important. It takes a lot more energy not to forgive,” she says. “But it takes a lot of effort to forgive. I tried really hard, especially because I know I can say anything. I’ve got a lot to say ’til I don’t. Do you like that? Sometimes, as the saying goes, the silent part is still part of the song.’
No, I don’t like it one bit. It’s obvious what you’re trying to do.
Harry also has a cameo to destroy his family once more while giving the magazine a tour of the couple’s gargantuan home office, where the chairs behind their shared desks have been positioned to look like thrones.
He says rudely, “Most people I know and many in my family can’t work and live together.”
Adding to the deception, Meghan opens up about the couple’s reality show Keeping Up With The Kardashians, which she claims is actually a historical documentary.
“The part of my life that I couldn’t share, that people couldn’t see, is our love story,” she adds.
Give me the sick bucket. She also describes their relationship as “like salt and pepper.” We always move together.”
But perhaps the most nonsensical moment comes as Meghan shares the story of a visit to the 2019 London premiere of the stage show The Lion King, where a South African member of the cast compared her to Nelson Mandela.
She recalls: “He looked at me and is like light. He said: “You just have to know: when you married into this family, we rejoiced in the streets as much as when Mandela was released from prison.”
The tone deafness of post-Megxit Sussexers is on full display as Meghan gushes about her $14 million Montecito mansion, which features a huge housewarming gift of a grand piano in the living room from her wealthy new pal Tyler Perry to accompany the soundtrack write for your life’.
Meghan says they decided to buy the Beverly Hills country club-style home before stepping inside, explaining as they strolled through the garden, “One of the first things my husband saw when we were around this walking around the house were these two palm trees. See how they are connected below? He says, “My love, it’s us.” And now every day when Archie walks past us, he says, ‘Hi, Mom. Hi Papa.”
Harry and William at the unveiling of a statue of their mother Princess Diana at Kensington Palace in London on July 1 last year
It’s easy to try to ignore Meghan’s constant whining and claims of being a victim – after all, this is the first of many woe-me interviews planned to clog her Spotify show – but it’s important for the royal family to read the nonsensical revelation in full to find out just how deep the Sussexes are now in their own rabbit hole.
It is obvious to me that they no longer have a shred of respect for the Queen or the monarchy, an institution they seem intent on damaging, even as they continue to benefit from their association with it.
So Prince Charles and William, ideally with Peacemaker Kate in tow, should hop on a plane to California.
I know there are a million reasons why such an idea would be dismissed as absurd and impossible, especially considering that the chance of getting through to Harry seems close to zero – after all, he’s the co-pilot of this kamikaze -Mission.
But at the very least, on behalf of the Queen, the institution she has worked to protect her life, and the country she loves, they would have done whatever they could to save Harry from this destructive madness.
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