Harry and Meghan will ‘struggle to rebrand’ says Schofield
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are struggling to plan their next move following months of criticism since the Duke of Sussex released his bombshell memoir, Spare.
The royal couple, who stepped back from senior duties in March 2020, have received a decline in popularity since moving to Montecito, California and discussing their royal lives in major interviews.
Royal expert Nick Bullen told Us Weekly the couple is finding it difficult to find a balance between appearing disingenuous about their plans to have private lives while also trying to maintain their currency.
He said: “I think certainly the narrative in the UK and what I’m hearing is that they are somewhat struggling with where they go next.
“There’s only so many times you can wheel out this story of, ‘my father and brother were mean to me’.
“What is the next turn of the dial? If they were really genuine when saying they wanted to retreat from public life and to be more private then they’re going to have to do that.
“But if they do that, does that reduce their currency? But if they come out, are they being disingenuious about why they retreated from public life?
“I think there’s an awful lot of questions in the Sussex camp about what is the next play.”
‘Nervous’ Prince Harry set to avoid family members at Coronation[LATEST]
Charles ‘practising Coronation in palace’ with taped out dimensions[ANALYSIS]
Meghan’s letter leak ‘just the beginning’ of ‘nightmare’, expert says[VIDEO]
Revelations about the state of Harry’s relationship with members of the royal family have been aired in a series of interviews, either broadcast or in his memoir Spare.
Harry’s controversial autobiography includes claims his brother William physically attacked him and that the King put his own interests above Harry’s, and was jealous of the Duchess of Sussex and the Princess of Wales.
Reports of a fractious friendship between Meghan and Kate were confirmed in Spare, with Harry recounting how the princess, pregnant at the time with Prince Louis, said she was owed an apology from his wife who had previously commented Kate was suffering from “baby brain” due to her “hormones”.
Harry attacked the reputation of the Queen Consort, saying her willingness to forge relationships with the British press made her “dangerous” and criticised her attempts to rehabilitate her “image” at his cost, during a series of interviews to promote his book.
Harry, in his interview with Oprah Winfrey, said Charles stopped taking his calls when he was trying to discuss stepping down as a working royal in 2019.
“My father and my brother, they are trapped. They don’t get to leave. And I have huge compassion for that.” Harry told Winfrey.
Harry’s most damning claim in recent years is that a member of his family – not the late Queen or Duke of Edinburgh – made a racist comment about his son.
The unnamed royal was worried how dark the skin tone of Archie might be before he was born.
Follow our social media accounts here on facebook.com/ExpressUSNews
Source: Read Full Article