Queen “fires warning shot” at Harry and Meghan – Sussexes “shake” after latest explosion | Royal

Queen “fires warning shot” at Harry and Meghan – Sussexes “shake” after latest explosion | Royal

The Queen, 95, has reportedly dropped her sentence never complain, never explain herself following a series of statements made by Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. Mail on Sunday editor-in-chief Charlotte Griffiths warned Harry not to denounce the royal family. She went on to say he should have explained to Meghan how it worked.

When asked if the Queen had fired a ‘warning shot’ Ms Griffiths told Palace Confidential on Mail +: ‘How can he not, when the Queen makes the law you have to be a little shaken.
“He knows how it all works, Meghan maybe didn’t know and he should have explained otherwise.

“He’s been here for many years and if he’s suddenly forgotten, that’s how the game works and he knows it better than anyone. “

She added, “You must be thinking that they never really learned the nuance, right?

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“It’s been a few years now and they still don’t seem to get it, but they just don’t, they’re so American about everything.
“It’s a different ball game, they’re going to have to learn. “

This comes from the fact that royal expert Robert Jobson has since claimed that the Queen is ready to fight the inaccurate claims made about her.

Speaking to Australia’s Sunrise morning program, Mr Jobson said: ‘The situation arose out of Meghan and Harry’s predicament with all of these statements being made.

It comes as the Queen hosted the US President and the First Lady for tea at Windsor Castle.

Joe Biden and his wife Jill visited the Berkshire Royal Residence on Marine One on Sunday after attending the G7 summit in Cornwall.

The couple landed on the grounds just before 5 p.m., a few minutes before the scheduled time, and were greeted by the Queen in the castle quadrangle.

A guard of honor formed from the Queen’s Company First Battalion Grenadier Guards gave a royal salute and the United States national anthem was played under blue skies and a scorching sun.


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