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Queen Elizabeth II’s aide defends Firm after Meghan and Harry interview – ‘Utmost respect’

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Lord-Lieutenant Peaches Golding, Her Majesty’s rep in Bristol, insisted she is always given “the utmost respect and dignity” by the Royal Family. It followed the Duke and Duchess of Sussex telling Ms Winfrey of their hardships as royals, including Harry losing contact with Prince Charles and Meghan’s suicidal thoughts.

The representative insisted the Royal Family are “trying to get the best out of each other” in an interview with ITV’s Alex Beresford.

After being asked about her “personal experience of working for the Queen”, Lord Golding insisted the family have treated her with respect.

She then told Mr Beresford: “One of the things that the Lord-Lieutenant does is we join communities to palaces and palaces to communities.

“I can say that I have always been treated with the utmost respect and dignity and with people who are trying to get the best out of each other on every occasion.”

When asked about her experiences with Meghan and Harry, the Lord-Lieutenant also praised the royals.

Lord Golding recalled a visit from the Sussex royals in 2019.

Harry and Meghan supported One25, a charity which supports women.

She said they also visited Empire Fighting Chance, a charity assisting young people/

Lord Golding added: “They can still be role models for many people and that’s very good – whether they do it as private citizens or within the royal family’s activities, it doesn’t matter.

“As Her Majesty said, they will always be much-loved members of the family.”

It comes as sources and insiders claim the Royal Family are “furious” with the Sussex royals for attacking the Firm.

A royal aide told The Sunday Times: “The question nobody seems able to answer is what are the Sussexes trying to achieve with this?

“We don’t know what they want.”

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Meghan shared her suicidal thoughts during her time as a working royal in the interview with Ms Winfrey.

She told the host: “I just didn’t want to be alive any more. And that was a very clear and real and frightening constant thought.”

Harry also suggested Charles had stopped taking his calls.

He said: “By that point I took matters into my own hands; it was like, I needed to do this for my family.

“This is not a surprise to anybody.

“It’s really sad that it’s got to this point, but I’ve got to do something for my own mental health, my wife’s and for Archie’s as well.”

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