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- How did the Queen feel about Harry and Meghan's relationship?
- Find out what she really thought
The fact that Queen Elizabeth II (†96) doesn't make negative comments about her family members in public in any way is something huge to remember. In spite of all the scandal around her son Prince Andrew (62) and her grandson Prince Harry (38) and his wife Meghan (41), the Queen had always shown that she stood by her family.
THIS is how the Queen really felt about Harry and Meghan
However, only she knew what was really going on in the Queen's head. In a new book, author Gyles Brandreth also wants to know what the Queen really thought about her grandson's relationship.
The author revealed that the Queen thought her grandson was "perhaps a little over-in-love" with Meghan Markle in the early stages. He wrote this in his book Elizabeth: An Intimate Portrait, according to The Sun.
It goes on to say: "This was as far as she came – to my knowledge at least – to ever uttering a word against the new Duchess of Sussex." The Queen actually seemed to have harbored small doubts, but never opposed Harry and Meghan's love.