Prince Harry's 'attacks' on 'villain' Camilla led to Frogmore Cottage eviction: expert
04.03.2023 - 15:15
Prince Harry's comments about Camilla during his press tour for "Spare" were reportedly the "final straw" that led to his and Meghan Markle's eviction from Frogmore Cottage. Harry, 38, and Markle, 41, were asked to vacate the royal abode so that Prince Andrew could reportedly move in.The process was started Jan. 11, just one day after the Duke of Sussex's memoir was released, according to The Mirror.
One royal expert told Fox News Digital it's not surprising Harry's comments pushed Charles over the edge. "The King is ferociously loyal to his wife, so it doesn't surprise me that, above all the things written in ‘Spare,’ Harry's attacks on Camilla were what irked Charles the most," said Chris Andersen, author of "The King." "As far as the King is concerned, the coronation has as much to do with Camilla as it does with him. Crowning Camilla is the capstone of their love story.
But Diana's ghost still hangs over the proceedings. Harry's description of how Camilla schemed to get where she is will make sure of that." A source told The Mirror Harry's comments about Camilla were the "last straw" and that Harry's memoir crossed a line. "It was the last straw.
Harry was well aware how Camilla would be a red line for his father, and he crossed with flagrant disregard anyway," the source said. "It was the ultimate act of disrespect." Prince Harry labeled Camilla a "villain" during his press tour for "Spare." The queen consort was painted as the evil stepmother by the prince in his memoir. "She was the villain.
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