Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are “trying to create an alternative, woke royal family,” according to self-proclaimed royal expert Angela Levin.
Levin — a noted Prince Harry and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall biographer — claims the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are enveloping themselves in “grandeur and pomp that surrounds them” after the royals announced an upcoming trip to the UK.
The pair are scheduled to visit Harry’s home soil and Germany for three charity events next month, their spokesperson told Page Six earlier this week.
However, their upcoming trip seems to have raised the eyebrows of many, in particular Levin, who noted the “odd time” of their visit.
“Harry and Meghan coming to UK for ‘charities close to their hearts.’ Will the Queen be in Balmoral, and William in USA for Earthshot? Is this part of an attempt at an alternative Royal Family?” Levin tweeted Monday. “Odd time otherwise before H’s ‘bombshell’ memoir.“
“Surely if anyone is scared for their safety, they should keep what they are doing and where secret. Otherwise it’s more hypocrisy,” she wrote in a follow-up tweet.
Elsewhere, Levin told Daily Mail she thinks the Sussexes are “very determined to show that their way is the best way.”
“I’ve thought for a long time that Harry and Meghan are trying to create an alternative woke royal family, the grandeur and the pomp and circumstance that surrounds them,” she said.
“They are people who are very determined to show that their way is the best way.”
Levin claimed Meghan “doesn’t like losing” and “feels enormous bitterness and resentment towards the royal family for not letting her modernize the royal family.”
The author noted that while the Sussexes don’t want to be royals, “they’re hanging on to their titles very, very tightly.”
The Post has reached out to Markle and Prince Harry’s reps for comment.
Following their move to California, Harry and Markle had only returned to London a handful of times due to security concerns — and each time without their children.
The Sussexes secretly visited the Queen in April, making a stop in the UK while en route to the Netherlands for the Invictus Games. It was the first time the “Suits” alum returned to the UK since Megxit.
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