Meghan Markle quitting Royal Family was 'tragedy' after she 'made every effort'


Biographer Andrew Morton said the Duchess of Sussex “made every effort” when she joined the Royal Family. He added that the former actress’s departure was a “tragedy” for the royals.

Mr Morton, who has penned biographies on Princess Diana and Meghan, told the Royally US podcast: “I thought that she was a team player before, and she was known as a team player on Suits.

“She converted to the Church of England, she changed her nationality and was going to become a Brit.

“When she joined the Royal Family, she made every effort to get involved.

“She gave up all her social media accounts and dropped the fact she was a patron of various charities.

“She seemed to be willing to be integrated into the Royal Family.

“I think that what’s happened is a small tragedy for the Royal Family.

“They’ve lost someone who was relevant to a section of the population that they couldn’t really reach.”

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Harry and Meghan have settled into a mansion in Montecito.

In March, they hit out at the Royal Family in their controversial Oprah Winfrey interview.

The couple made a series of astonishing claims about the royals in the tell-all chat.

Since Megxit, Harry has returned to the UK twice – once for Prince Philip’s funeral in April and again for the unveiling of a Princess Diana statue in July.

The Sussexes have signed lucrative deals with Netflix and Spotify as they pursue new careers in the US.

Earlier this month, they carried out a series of high-profile appearances as they toured New York.



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