Meghan Markle & Prince Wanted To Leave The Royal Family To Get More Privacy But Yet They're Still 'Doing Pseudo-Royal Engagements,' Expert States
When Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made the decision to leave the royal family in 2020, they said they wanted more privacy. However, it seems like the couple are still into being in the spotlight, as they are in New York City this week meeting with public figures and appearing at Global Citizen Live on September 25.
"It’s nonsense," expert Angela Levin fumed. "They wanted to leave the royal family because they didn’t want to be doing engagements there. And here they are, not so long after, doing pseudo-royal engagements. They want to build up a woke alternative royal family, and get this one gone."
Levin believes Harry, 37, wants to show up his brother, Prince William, 39.
"It’s a way to say ‘you don’t need those old fogies,'" she explained. "Harry has always been jealous of William, and he wants to prove he’s better, stronger, and he believed he could only do that by breaking away."
Ever since Meghan, 40, and Harry uprooted their lives to California, they signed big deals with Spotify and Netflix. In May, the red-headed prince spoke at an event about how important it is to get vaccinated amid the ongoing pandemic.
It's also believed that the former TV star wants to pursue another career. "This magazine cover has made it very very clear what's in the couple's mind — and especially Meghan's mind — and that’s politics. It must be!" the commentator claimed about the couple gracing the cover of Time magazine recently. "I think there is absolutely no doubt that if they made the cover it's not about what they've achieved, but what they could achieve. They're going to become more and more visible. I think that they're looking at politics."
"If you're looking at the future and you're looking at Meghan as an activist, for gender equality, the environment, diversity, I think that it makes total sense that becoming a political future would certainly be on the cards," Fitzwilliams shared. "You're looking at Congress or maybe even the Senate, she's only 40, so there plenty of time. Above all what this says is attention — this cover proves that they have this global pull. I think Meghan and politics are going to be synonymous at a certain point."