Duchess Meghan: Did she "get a grip on Harry" with a trick?


Does Duchess Meghan have a bad influence on Prince Harry and his "weaknesses"? She accuses her of a Royal expert.

Lady Colin Campbell (70) is a British author who has written books about the British Royals and was once a close friend of Lady Diana (1961-1997). Their children were also in the same polo club as Prince William (38) and Prince Harry (35) for years. In conversation with "The Sun on Sunday", the Royal expert now raises new allegations against Duchess Meghan (38) and compares them to the figure Lady Macbeth from the tragedy "Macbeth" by William Shakespeare (1564-1616).

"I'm afraid for them"

"Meghan's influence is very reminiscent of Lady Macbeth," said Lady Colin Campbell. Shakespeare's character is overly ambitious and hungry for power. She manages to convince her husband of her plans, which ultimately leads to their downfall. Lady Colin Campbell says about Meghan: "To get Harry under control, she seems to have used his weaknesses."

The behavior of the native American was "completely unacceptable" in the royal family. Even Harry's late mother Diana knew "how to be a princess and when to submit". For the Royal expert, the Duchess of Sussex was "good at talking, but bad at acting". She had chosen a path with Harry that he probably couldn't get away from. "I'm afraid for them," said Lady Colin Campbell.


The Royal expert also comments on "Finding Freedom: Harry and Meghan and the Making of a Modern Royal Family". A statement in the book is particularly "puzzling". For example, it is said that the British royal family did not receive Meghan with open arms. Lady Colin Campbell commemorates the first Christmas that Meghan spent in Sandringham. At that time, she was not married to Harry. That had never happened before. "If that wasn't a sign of welcoming someone with open arms, then I don't know."