"In Meghan’s world, if you’re determined enough, you can get to the top. But Meghan can’t, she can’t get to the top whatever she does," the author said
For many, marrying a prince and living in a palace is a dream come true but for Meghan Markle, it seems to be nothing short of a nightmare. During her interview with Oprah, She revealed many of her struggles during her stay at Buckingham Palace. She even spoke about how she didn't get any help when she opened up about her mental health problems.
A royal author Tom Quinn has now come forward and claimed that senior royal aides actually told the Duchess of Sussex that she would never be ”in the first division’ as her sister-in-law, Kate Middleton, reported Newsner.
After marrying Prince Harry in 2018, the couple got their own private residence. They had lived at Kensington Palace for a short while, however that residence actually was Kate and Prince William’s home. “It’s in the grounds of Kensington Palace, and it’s quite small. It’s tiny compared to the enormous double apartment that Kate and William have," Quinn told the Express while talking about the house the couple had to move into. He claimed that it was at this point that their relationship also worsened for several reasons. Meghan apparently found it hard to reconcile that Kensington Palace was reserved for Kate and William. During the same time, a royal senior aide had apparently told her that she would never be ”in the first division’ as Kate, Quinn further revealed, reported Newsner.
“It was being pointed out to them in no uncertain terms that they weren’t in the first division, because that place is held by William and Kate. Inevitably that led to friction. In Meghan’s world, if you’re determined enough, you can get to the top. But Meghan can’t, she can’t get to the top whatever she does," Quinn said, reported Newsner. Since then things have gotten worse and the Oprah interview just added to it all. Recent reports say that Prince Harry is trying to reconcile with his father and brother. Insiders claimed that while his journey to patching up things with Prince William has started off on a good note, the same cannot be said with Prince Charles.