Meghan Markle is allegedly trying to set up a private audience with King Charles III to discuss perceived double standards within the British royal family.
That’s according to veteran royal expert Neil Sean, who regularly shares insider information on his YouTube channel.
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According to Sean, the Duchess of Sussex has sent a letter to the monarch requesting a solo meeting.
Her aim is reportedly to gain “answers” as to why she and Prince Harry have been subjected to much stricter rules than other non-working royals like Sarah Ferguson.
The royal commentator claims that Meghan is frustrated about the ongoing public profile of Prince Andrew’s ex-wife. Despite no longer being an actively serving royal, Ferguson continues using her Duchess of York title professionally.
For instance, she makes frequent TV appearances on shows like This Morning and Loose Women. The former spouse of Prince Andrew also openly promotes her books, endorses advertisers, and more under her royal moniker.
Comparatively, Meghan and Harry lost their HRH titles and Sussex Royal brand when they stepped down as senior working royals.
The Sussexes have since struggled to leverage their Duke and Duchess titles commercially amid strict palace guidelines.
According to Sean, this double standard “really riles Meghan” as she and Harry “don’t understand why it’s a different rule for her.”
The couple now supposedly wants King Charles himself to explain the inequality.
Meghan Markle’s memoirs
Meghan’s alleged efforts to arrange a private talk with the monarch follow rumors she’s planning an explosive memoir.
As her husband did with his bestselling book Spare, Meghan will possibly recount her Hollywood days, royal experiences, and surrounding dramas.
Some sources suspect such a tome would be part of the Sussexes’ lucrative four-book deal with Penguin Random House.
If Meghan releases an autobiography filled with royal revelations, she’d face renewed backlash from the palace.
So far, the couple is scheduled to publish wellness projects and children’s books.