Royal photographer didn’t think Prince Harry and Meghan’s wedding would last 3 years – .

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Royal photographer didn’t think Prince Harry and Meghan’s wedding would last 3 years – .


A royal photographer who hooked up with Princess Diana has revealed he doesn’t think Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding will last three years.
Kent Gavin became friends with the Princess of Wales after spending years documenting the events of her life, including her marriage to Prince Charles.

And, with his knowledge of the royal nuptials, the star snapper has now said he doesn’t have much hope for the Sussexes – giving them less than 36 months to quit.

Harry and Meghan tied the knot in May 2018 in a glamorous ceremony in St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle and remain together to this day.

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Mr Gavin said he didn’t think Meghan would be able to deal with the monarchy
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Mr Gavin told Insider: “When it was announced that Harry was going to marry Meghan, I told my co-workers and a few people, ‘I’m not giving this marriage three years. “”

The photographer, who previously worked for the Mirror, added that he didn’t think someone accustomed to the world of Hollywood would be able to face the monarchy.

Harry and Meghan have forged successful lives after leaving the royal family to move to the United States with their children.

But a royal expert has claimed the couple could possibly run out of ‘change’ as they share items from their lives on podcasts and in books.

Harry and Meghan both signed major deals with Netflix and Spotify, the former also appearing in the Apple TV series The Me You Can’t See.

It was then that he opened up about the ‘total neglect’ of the royal family, before also appearing on the Armchair Expert podcast and lashing out at his father’s parenthood.

Last month it was also announced that Harry would publish an “accurate and entirely true” memoir next year that will share the “experiences, adventures, losses and life lessons that have helped shape him.”

Royal Vanity Fair editor Katie Nicholl has now asked what Harry and Meghan will have left to share once those deals are done and the stories told.

She said: “I think the biggest threat to Harry and Meghan, once these book deals are done and the podcasts are over and Spotify, then what is their currency? “








The couple now live in the United States with their young family
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Appearing on True Royalty TV’s The Royal Beat, Katie predicted the Royal Family would bounce back from whatever Harry decided to include in his book.

She added: “This book will make the Royal Family very nervous, as will many events to come.

“But it will do them good because the royal family will always be the royal family.

“So I guess there’s a comfort level in there, when you see how the story has played out so far. “

His words came after it was claimed there was a ‘tsunami of fear’ in royal circles about what Harry will include in the book.

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