KING Charles’ biographer has revealed what the Queen ‘really thought’ of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Robert Jobson’s new book Our King: Charles III — The Man And The Monarch Revealed, chronicles explosive new details on the fractured relationships between the Sussexes and the Royal Family.
The royal biographer claimed that Prince Harry was “infuriated” after a bombshell from King Charles over Meghan.
And Jobson has also claimed to have known what Her Majesty “really” thought of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
It is said that even the Queen, who had always had great affection for Harry, eventually tired of her grandson’s outbursts.
Her Majesty reportedly found the volatile exchanges between Harry and William wearisome.
The Queen was also frankly mystified by Harry and Meg’s behaviour, describing it as “quite mad”, claims the royal book.
According to Jobson, her Majesty came to believe that her grandson was “so consumed” by his love for his wife that it was “clouding his judgment”.
Queen Elizabeth also had the Sandringham library swept for bugs in 2020 ahead of the Megxit crisis summit, the author claimed.
She had ruled Meghan’s attendance at the Sandringham summit via video link “not necessary” as Harry would represent her.
This was amid fears the feed would be recorded or other people would be listening in.
Despite that, the Queen sincerely hoped that her grandson would find peace and happiness living the life he had chosen.
The Duke of Sussex was hurt when he told his father he was planning to marry the actress and did not receive the response he may have hoped for, according to the Mail on Sunday.
The incident took place during a meeting between the royal princes, and Charles, in the run-up to Harry and Meghan’s wedding.
Harry had been intending to reveal to his father his intention to wed Meghan – but his older brother had already broke the news.
Then, after Harry told Charles himself, William spoke first again, reportedly saying “Are you sure, Harold?”.
The book also claims the Princess of Wales described the Windsor walkabout with Harry and Meghan after the Queen’s death as “one of the hardest things she’d ever had to do”.
Kate, Prince William, Harry and Meghan walked side by side as they made their way toward the crying crowds, in what seemed to be a show of unity.
But Jobson says a source close to the Royal Family revealed it was in fact an “illusion”.
It comes after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are reportedly set to announce their plans for the King’s coronation within days.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are said to be on the brink of a decision ahead of next month’s ceremony at Westminster Abbey.
The couple have remained tight-lipped over their plans despite the deadline for RSVPs having passed on Monday.