Royal courtiers were concerned that Meghan could secretly record the Megxit talks between the Queen, William, Charles and her husband Harry if she joined the historic Sandringham summit by phone from Canada.
The shocking revelation shows the full extent of the deterioration in relations between the Sussexes and the rest of the royal family laid bare in the pro-Meghan Finding Freedom biography.
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But our royal insider says the book is one-sided and doesn’t include unfounded fears within the monarchy that Meghan might be trying to cause damage.
A source said: ‘During conversations at Sandringham, assistants were concerned that Meghan would ask to come on the phone and record what would have been used in the future.
“That didn’t happen, of course, but it shows the depth of mistrust between the Sussexes and other royal homes at the time.
“Since the book that has not improved. ”
The insider added: “While relations have hit rock bottom, it is admitted that Meghan could have done a lot more damage by taking the nuclear option of a Panorama-style interview with Diana.
“This did not happen and details of the talks were kept secret. But the fact that there have been serious suspicions indicates how badly things have turned out.
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“Now the book has blown up all of that negativity again. This is useless. ”
The four-hour Sandringham summit on January 13 was attended by the Queen, Charles, William, Harry and a small circle of advisers.
A so-called hard Megxit was agreed to, with the Queen issuing a statement which read: ‘While we would have preferred them to remain full-time active members of the Royal Family, we respect and understand their wish to live a more life. independent. “
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