Meghan Markle and her husband Prince Harry reportedly ‘complained’ to their friends in the US about allegedly being ‘snubbed’ by the Royal Family at Queen Elizabeth’s funeral last month, a royal expert has claimed.
Royal expert Richard Johnson recently claimed in a piece for New York Daily News that Prince Harry and Meghan had been airing out their grievances to their friends in the wake of having minimum participation at the Queen’s state funeral in London on September 19, 2022.
“The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are complaining they were snubbed and mistreated at Queen Elizabeth’s funeral,” Johnson claimed, adding, “They both whined that the family wasn’t as welcoming as they should have been.”
The comment came after Daily Mail’s Richard Eden pointed out how Meghan and Harry seemed to have gotten some of the worst seats during the funeral.
Speaking on the Palace Confidential podcast, Eden said: “There I was, watching the coverage on television and you couldn’t see Meghan.”
“There was this really tall candle right in front of the view of the camera. By coincidence Harry and Meghan seemed to be seated behind the tallest member of the Royal Family – Tim Laurence, Princess Anne’s husband, now that could be coincidence, but as we know everything was planned meticulously,” he added.