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Buckingham Palace now fighting back against Meghan and Harry


Buckingham Palace now fighting back against Meghan and Harry


According to a royal analyst, Buckingham Palace has begun its “biggest pushback” against Meghan Markle and Prince Harry.

An expert recently shared their opinions on the royal squabble, admitting that the Queen is at her wit’s end when it comes to the Sussexes.

Is the Queen and her army of bureaucrats preparing to “fight back” against Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s “rabble-rousing”? It’s likely, according to experts, because the Royal Family is “increasingly fed up” with the couple’s behavior.

To avoid being entangled into problems that would normally go away with the passage of time, the Queen has always adhered to the motto “never complain, never explain”

According to royal expert Daniela Elser, the Queen and her courtiers may be becoming more pushy in their public interaction with Meghan and Harry. The most recent squabble is whether Harry sought permission from the Queen to name his daughter Lilibet. “The palace has not denied the BBC’s initial reporting or issued any sort of statement distancing themselves from the initial claims,” she wrote in an op-ed for

She also stated in an interview that Buckingham Palace is preparing for a battle.


Her Majesty is now considering hitting back, according to the Mail on Sunday, since Harry and Meghan and their pals routinely go public with stories the Queen apparently feels are false.

The Queen is alleged to have told Buckingham Palace courtiers to rectify any claims that distort her or other senior Royals’ private discussions, abandoning the rule of “never complain, never explain”

“This in and of itself is extraordinary and if the palace does continue to stand its ground then this would represent the House of Windsor’s biggest pushback against the rabble-rousing couple since their sensational departure from the palace in January last year.

“After months of having been the target of the Sussex’s’ fusillade of painfully public criticism, are the Queen and her army of courtiers finally starting to far more aggressively – and obviously – fight back?

According to a BBC story, the couple did not have contacted the Queen before naming their new-born baby after her. Although Harry and Meghan have fought back, with their attorneys even calling the piece “false and defamatory” Buckingham Palace has not officially backed them or corrected the record.

Despite the attorneys’ intervention, the BBC’s piece is still available online, but it now includes Harry and Meghan’s statement.

“The Duke spoke with his family in advance of the announcement, in fact his grandmother was the first family member he called,” their statement stated.

“During that conversation, he shared their hope of naming their daughter Lilibet in her honour.

“Had she not been supportive, they would not have used the name.”

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