Meanwhile, the royal butler who served Princess Diana has spoken out to reveal Queen Elizabeth II is completely terrified of her grandson’s new bride.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex stepped out for their first event as a married couple on Tuesday for Prince Charles’ 70th birthday bash at Buckingham Palace. They put their honeymoon on hold in order to have the ability to attend the backyard party, where Harry gave a speech from his father’s honour.
Newlyweds Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have stolen the show in Prince Charles’ 70th birthday celebration today. The US celebrity looked regal in a lotion hat and fitting outfit in her first event as a royal — but made sure to maintain her new husband shut throughout the afternoon.
But the couple made sure to maintain Prince Charles at the forefront of this event, celebrating his birthday now regardless of the real date really falling in November.
Newly-married Harry gave a speech at the birthday party because of his father, paying tribute to Prince Charles for his “brute force to influence change”. Talking to the audience of tens of thousands, he explained: “In my mind, this occasion sums up your approach to get the job done. [Source: The Sun]
Everything seemed picture perfect until Paul Burrell, a former royal butler, sat down with “Good Morning Britain” to talk Meghan Markle’s “colorful past.”
“Colorful” is an interesting way to explain Meghan’s past, actually. Some might use different words. She’s from a broken home and can be a divorceé who left her first husband out-of-the-blue once the marriage no longer benefitted her. She proceeded on a couple years later with somebody richer and more famous: Prince Harry.
Indeed, quite colorful. Much more colorful than those who have traditionally married to the royal household. Maybe this is the reason why Burrell worried that Meghan “is all the things that the Royal Family is fearful off.”
“She is mixed race, she is American, she’s a divorcee and that’s everything that we have to adopt to move forward,” said Burrell. “There will be ripples in the royal pond, yes there will, and things will probably happen but I believe she’s steady, she’s strong, she is a good person to enter the royal household.
She has served her apprenticeship at Hollywood on that point, now she’s entered the world stage and joined the cast of the largest soap opera on the planet.”
If the royal family be “fearful” of Meghan Markle? Absolutely. She has already tarnished their reputation apparently beyond repair.
Her wedding ceremony featured a Trump-hating bishop that had been really ridiculously flamboyant that many members of the royal household could not include their disgust. Meghan followed that charade up by dropping the f-bomb during her carriage journey together with Prince Harry. Classy.
It was theorized from the very beginning that Meghan Markle was not “royal substance” as she simply did not possess the “breeding” one might look for in an aristocrat.
Her behaviour in the royal wedding demonstrated that those feelings were right. Poor Queen Elizabeth II has worked her whole life to make an enduring legacy and the entire world is now watching as the new Duchess of Sussex dismantles it.