Harry and Meghan started dating in 2016, and after a whirlwind romance, the couple tied the knot in May 2018. The Sussexes left full-time royal duties this year and have since moved to the United States. to start a new private life.
Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand, who co-wrote the tell-all, did so by having access to close friends of the Royal Family who claimed she was angry with the rules and traditions of the Royal Family.
In the book, the authors wrote that Meghan was upset by a senior assistant at Kensington Palace, who told her not to engage with the media and “not to smile at the paparazzi, which they said would do wrong with photographers ”.
The authors claimed Meghan “felt frustrated and emotional” after the phone call, and believed someone “was telling her what kind of jewelry to wear or not smile at a photographer was too much”.
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But some Meghan fans have taken issue with Harry for not properly introducing his wife to the Royal Family.
One of them said on Reddit: “I really believe Harry failed Meghan and Meghan was keen to marry Harry as quickly as possible.
“Harry failed to prepare her – either because of her ability to act, believing that she would be able to adapt quickly; or for fear of losing it; or because of God knows what. But he missed it.
They later added that the couple “failed to understand that the real nature of being a royal is to adapt first to changes within the institution and then to change the institution from within. “.
But the new book also said that Meghan often felt isolated in the royal family and told a close friend she was “very sad” that her time as Duchess had not gone as planned.
Mr Scobie then added in an interview after the publication of the book, Meghan was not part of the royal family.
He added to The Cut: “When we look at the immediate royal family, I think they clearly supported Harry and Meghan to some extent.
“Unfortunately, the institution itself is not designed to handle someone different or as drastically different as Meghan.”
Meghan herself has admitted that she has struggled with the pressure of being a royal.
In an interview with ITV, she said she tried to embrace a “British sensibility of a stiff upper lip” as a way of dealing with struggles.
The Duchess added: “I never thought it would be easy, but I thought it would be fair and that’s the part that’s really hard to reconcile. “