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Queen Elizabeth II Announces She Could Intervene on the Scandalous Statements of Meghan’s Father

Since the official entry of Meghan Markle into the Royal family, her father Thomas Markle continues to multiply controversy. Several crisis meetings have been held on the subject of the ” out of control” behavior of the Duchess of Sussex’s father. A reaction from Queen Elizabeth II has been announced for this purpose. The objective of her intervention will be to try to extinguish the fire.

It must be said that the  scandalous statements of the Duchess of Sussex’s father since the royal wedding of his daughter upset Buckingham Palace to the point that Queen Elizabeth II, 92, could intervene, as reported by the British media.

Meghan Markle is ” deeply hurt by what is happening, and everything is done behind the scenes to ensure that her well-being is a priority, ” a source told the Mirror newspaper.

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One of the solutions to calm the controversy is the eventual intervention of the queen if we stick to the statement of Phil Dampier, the expert of the royal family in the British media: ” It becomes out of control. If this continues, I would not be surprised that the Queen herself is interfering to pull the ears of some .

According to The Daily Mail, the royal assistants allegedly organized a series of high-level crisis meetings on the uncontrollable behavior of the Duchess’s father.

In a recent interview with The Daily Mail, Markle said he was shocked by the “haughty attitude” of his daughter Meghan, while pointing out that he was afraid he would not see his future grandchildren.

Some time ago, Meghan Markle’s father had said that he planned to travel to the UK soon to see his daughter after several months without contact. The purpose of her move is to try to reconcile with her following a scandal involving paparazzi just before the royal wedding.

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Written by How Africa

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