A lot of people notice how Prince Harry and Meghan Markle do things differently. They also distance themselves from doing the old-fashioned royal tradition, resulting in the claims they are modernizing the monarchy. With all these things they’re doing, a royal commentator believes the Sussexes are not happy with their conventional royal roles.
Prince Harry and Meghan are not afraid to do things in their own way. Although their modern approach to the royal life raises the eyebrows of the traditionalists, some see them as a breath of fresh air.
Royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams said that the British royal family is built on old customs, but Prince Harry and Meghan Markle don’t have time for it. “They have shown every indication that they are unhappy with conventional royal roles,” he told Express.
Fitzwilliams believed that Prince Harry and Meghan’s jetsetter lifestyle is a sign that they are unhappy with their status quo. The Duchess of Sussex even chose to see Serena Williams play tennis instead of visiting Queen Elizabeth II at Balmoral. This, reportedly, proved her distaste of her part in the monarchy.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are often scrutinized because of their high-profile royal roles. They are even criticized for their string of private jet travels this summer despite being active climate change advocates. They also face public outrage after they allegedly spent £2.4 million public money on the renovation of their Frogmore Cottage.
These criticisms, discontent, and relentless public attention result in a controversial revelation about Prince Harry and Meghan’s struggles. It also comes with a legal case against the Mail on Sunday for publishing the former Suits star’s private letter to her estranged father, Thomas Markle, Sr.
However, it still confused Fitzwilliams what Prince Harry and Meghan Markle would do if these steps they took would still not make their lives easier. “The only problem is if you abandon the stiff upper lip and you replace it with emotional appeals as well as legal action, and you are still unhappy, what happens then?” he asked.
Anyhow, Meghan Markle received the support of 72 female Members of Parliament (MP) earlier this week. The Labor MP for Halifax, Holly Lynch, started an open letter for the mother-of-one to show their unity against the continuous media scrutiny and the unauthorized publication of indefinite articles, which described to be “often distasteful and of misleading nature.” Prince Harry’s wife, reportedly, phoned Lynch to say her appreciation and express her gratitude personally.