There is no good blood between Meghan Markle and Camilla: let’s find out together what happened between the two “royals” of England.
Apparently, the sweet princess Meghan Markle he spares no one in his eternal feud against the Royal Family. In recent weeks, too Camilla Parker Bowles – wife of Prince Charles – ended up in his sights. However, this is nothing new, given that between the two, as is well known, there has never been a relationship of esteem and affection. It seems in fact that Lady D’s eternal rival did not trust the American actress very much, an opinion confirmed later with the definitive removal of Harry from his family. The actions of the two former royals made not only the Prince Charlesbut also Harry’s brother, William. In essence, Meghan is seen at court as the one who took away the little prince and dishonored the crown. After all, who forgets the scandalous interview with Oprah Winfrey? But returning to Meghan Markle and Camilla Parkerit seems that the actress this time made it really big.
Camilla vs Meghan: the royal diatribe intensifies
Recently, Camilla Parker Bowles has been named patroness of the National Theater. However, an important detail lies in the fact that Meghan would have been the real recipient of that title. What happened then? The wife of the Prince Charles gave a speech on violence against women during the Woman of the World Festival, on the occasion of which he sensitized all family members to avoid showing up at official events and putting on a show. This for avoid taking away the importance of the Festival, diverting attention from such a delicate subject. You think sweet Meghan he accepted the appeal of the – so to speak – mother-in-law? Obviously not.
In fact, at the same time as Camilla’s speech, the press had to divide following the diffusion of some images of Markle visiting the National Theater. Will it be a coincidence? The princess chose the institution of which Camilla is now patron and the visit took place during the Woman of the World Festival. Paradoxical, isn’t it? The press expressed differing views on what happened, but a good percentage believe that there is something Machiavellian about all this (and not declared).