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Meghan Markle set ‘tortured’ Prince Harry free from agony of royal life


Meghan Markle set ‘tortured’ Prince Harry free from agony of royal life

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According to one expert, Meghan Markle is the lady who “set Prince Harry free” Prince Harry from the Royal Family.

The Duchess enabled Harry to escape the Monarchy’s shadow.

Harry has spoken out about feeling “trapped” in the monarchy, and a writer who covered the Sussex royals’ 2018 tour to Oceania claims Meghan assisted the Duke in leaving.

“They don’t get to leave. And I have huge compassion for that,” Harry told Oprah.

Journalist James Longman carefully followed the pair and accompanied them on their 16-day trip to Australia, Fiji, Tonga, and New Zealand in 2018 — and believes Meghan was the trigger for Harry’s departure from the Firm.


He feels Meghan was the catalyst for Harry’s departure from the Firm.

Mr Longman said Harry was “angry” during the royal visit and that he was in “agony” as a full-time employee of the Firm.


“For me, maybe, Meghan is the woman that set Harry free,” he said.

Mr Longman, who spoke on ABC’s documentary ‘Royal Divide: Harry, Meghan, and The Crown,’ said fractures were already emerging between the Sussex royals and the rest of the monarchy.

He said: ”We saw it when we were on the royal tour with them around Australia.

“Harry was not his usual self, he wasn’t chatty, he wasn’t calm and relaxed, he was kind of angry.”

The Duke later confessed that his trip to Australia did not help relieve tensions with the Palace because of similarities between Meghan and his late mother, Princess Diana.

In March, Harry told Oprah Winfrey on CBS’ ‘Oprah with Meghan and Harry’ that the Australian media’s portrayal of the pregnant Duchess may have made her feel ignored by certain members of the Royal Family.

The Duke went on to say that while the Royal Family was initially receptive to Meghan, “it really changed after the Australia tour”

He then said: “I just wish that we would all learn from the past.”

The 30,000-mile trip was likened to Princess Diana and Prince Charles’ 1983 royal tour of Australia and neighboring nations, where they visited hundreds of well-wishers and international leaders.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have subsequently moved to California with their son, Archie, and have recently been joined by their baby daughter Lilibet.

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