Prince Charles was saddened but not surprised when his son Harry and daughter-in-law Meghan Markle left the family and headed to the United States.
While the future King of England likes and admires his daughter-in-law, Nigel Cawthorne, author of the new tome, “Prince Andrew: Epstein and the Palace” said to the London Sun: “I think [Prince Charles] he likes strong women, but in The Firm there is only room for a Queen. “
“The Firm” is what people inside and outside the Palace call the business side of the British royal family.
“I think it foresaw considerable problems for The Firm,” said Cawthorne. “Harry and Meghan amplified the popularity of the royal family in the way that Prince Andrew and Fergie did at the time. However, for the sake of The Firm, you will feel that this result is better than the monarchy being small rather than a constellation of stars in separate orbits. “
Charles, who really likes Meghan and nicknamed it “Tungsten” because of the strong metal, “really tried to support what Harry and Meghan were looking for,” Cawthorne said. “In truth, however, there was not much I could do other than offer moral support. You undoubtedly personally regret the fact that you will not see your child and family as much as you would otherwise. … He likes tradition and order. “