Is Prince Harry’s reaction to Meghan’s Frogmore Cottage eviction left for memoir?

A royal expert has said that King Charles III’s decision to vacate Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Frogmore Cottage could be seen as nothing more than a reaction to the release of Prince Harry’s memoir. The comments come as a representative for the Sussexes confirmed that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle had been asked to leave Frogmore Cottage. The UK residence was gifted to the couple by the late Queen Elizabeth II after their wedding in 2018.

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Royal expert RS Locke said it’s “impossible to believe it’s not” King Charles has reacted to Prince Harry’s controversial memoir Spare, which was released in January as the couple moved Frogmore Cottage “ahead of the book’s release”. within a few days” was asked to vacate.

Royal expert RS Locke said: “The eviction of the Sussexes from Frogmore Cottage is transparently punitive and King Charles wanted the couple and the public to know.” King Charles’ move is an indication that he “clearly … does not want Harry and Meghan to return to this country”.

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“Charles, William and Camilla can hardly [have] Happy with the pasting they got in spare. Harry is threatening a chapter or two and has made it known that, if necessary, he has another 400 pages in his back pocket,” said Nigel Cawthorne.

“For Andrew to move out of the Royal Lodge and into Frogmore Cottage is a demotion. Of course, he could dig his heels in and refuse to budge. Then Charles would have to send the bailiffs in,” speculated Nigel Cawthorne. Planted.

Royal commentator and celebrity manager Maya Riaz also said the decision to “evict” Harry and Meghan from Frogmore “shows that King Charles is clearly distancing himself from the couple”. He added that, given the timing of the news, “one can only assume this is Charles’ response to the sparring, without verbally reacting to the public”.

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