MEGHAN Markle “behaved like a celebrity” and clashed with her royal household staff, it was claimed today.
The Duchess of Sussex was often “very egotistical” during her stay at the palace and struggled with her homework, according to a source.
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The claims, made to the Telegraph today, come from an excerpt from a new biography, Finding Freedom, about her and her husband, Prince Harry’s decision to leave the royal family was released today .
The book claimed the 38-year-old moaned that she “gave up her whole life for this family” and said she was “willing to do whatever it takes” in her new role.
But he said the couple felt “adrift” and frustrated that Wills and Kate had secured official plum duties.
And a source told The Telegraph today: “Meghan is clearly someone who knows what she wants and is very sure of himself. But that made her very difficult to work.
“Sometimes she could show extraordinary kindness and be very kind, but at others she was very egotistical and lacking in self-awareness. She said, ‘Why do we have to do this?’ or simply: “I don’t do that”.
“She didn’t understand that there weren’t just jobs that she had to do but that she had to do. She behaved like a celebrity sending emails early in the morning and making huge requests of staff.
The sensational claims made in Finding Freedom include:
The couple made headlines around the world when they revealed they would be leaving the royal family in January, ending their final engagements a few months later before moving to the United States.
Authors Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand, described as the couple’s cheerleaders, are said to have had access to their inner circle to write Finding Freedom.
The biography has now claimed to provide insight into the couple’s decision – with it claiming Harry and Meghan would be furious to take a ‘backseat’ for royals like Charles and William.
The Sussexes moaned that they had taken the monarchy to “new heights in the world” and were held back so as not to “overshadow” the family, it is claimed.
The book says Harry and Meghan even considered driving directly to see the Queen after returning from Canada in January because they had failed to secure a date with the monarch.
The Sun exclusively revealed its Megxit plans to spend more time in Canada in January.
This led to the Sandringham summit with the Queen formalizing the Sussexes’ resignation.
It has previously been claimed that Meghan will email staff at 5 a.m. with her PA resigning after just six months in the role.
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Meanwhile, the biography also claimed that Meghan and Kate Middleton struggled to convey ‘politeness’ in their relationship.
The authors of Finding Freedom say the couple have had a “cordial but distant relationship” throughout Meghan’s two years as a senior royal.
Body language expert Judi James has previously said fabulous things have gotten ‘awkward’ between the sisters-in-law.