However, the first signs of a pushback strategy are now beginning to emerge from behind the palace walls, with the friends of the deceased. Queen Elizabeth II told senior reporters at Daily telegram that Harry and Meghan’s “ambush” of the family, by making shocking revelations to the media in the last years of her life, “affected” her health before she passed away last month. 9 years ago.
Daily Beast was informed last summer that the queen was suffering from bone cancerlater confirmed by an unofficial biography of her and her husband’s friend, Gyles Brandreth, which the palace did not dispute.
It therefore seems inconceivable that Harry and Meghan were at least not aware of their grandmother’s fragile state of health when they made damaging allegations in television and media interviews. . The Queen is also worried about further revelations to be revealed in the Prince’s book, Preventivewas originally published last year, the newspaper said.
The telegraphy reported by royal correspondent Victoria Ward and deputy editor-in-chief Gordon Rayner, both experienced and reliable reporters.
The newspaper quoted “friends of the late queen” as saying the prospect of the book “had haunted her for the last months of her life,” with one source saying: “This has taken a toll on her health. of the queen in the last year of her life. It paid the price.”
The Queen has gone to great lengths to try to keep lines of communication open with Harry, describing him as “much-loved” in public statements, but the friend said the status ” his much-loved grandson” made the “almost weekly” attacks even worse for her.
A source, described as a “friend of the late queen” told telegraphy: “She never wanted to deal with confrontation, even going back to the beginning of Prince Andrew’s troubles, and these things have been thrown in her face almost weekly.
“It has had an impact. She lost Prince Philip, and then the repeated ambushes of the Royal family by a much-loved grandson took its toll. At that stage in your life and reign, you don’t need that above all else.”
A second source, described as “reputable” confirmed that they have no doubt the queen’s health has been affected as a result of the Sussex media attacks.
The first source added, “He said he wanted to reconcile, then he stabbed them in the back with this giant machete,” and mused, “How do their children become part of the family now? That is out of the question.”
Harry has also been charged with hypocrisy of invading his family member’s privacy.
One particularly personal revelation is that Charles tells Harry that he was “mistreated” at school and still carries a teddy bear from his childhood.
A “royal source” told telegraphy: “It’s hypocritical that he talks about other people’s mental health. The king may have talked about his troubles at [school] in public, but Harry didn’t go into all that. The problem is that he doesn’t have any adults to advise him.”
Another source said: ‘It’s hard to understand how he would think like that, as he is so keen to protect his private life.
The development comes as Harry’s book is greeted with a mixture of skepticism, ridicule and anger in the UK.
At the heart of the criticism, in particular, was Harry’s decision to publicly state that he had killed 25 enemy fighters in Afghanistan and that he considered those he had killed to be “pawns”. not human.
Outrage continued to grow this weekend as critics suggested he was endangering himself and his family and providing terrorist recruiters a valuable propaganda tool. .
Former Commander of the British Army, Colonel Richard Kemp wrote in telegraphy: “The duke has now created a problem of his own. basically brag about killing members of the Taliban, who is currently ruling an entire nation, he has set an extraordinary goal on his back. His apparent disregard for life could feed the jihadist propaganda machine used to inspire attacks by Islamist forces. Now, a Taliban spokesman is calling for the involvement of international courts, where ‘criminals like Harry proudly confess his crimes’ will be prosecuted.
“What an own goal from a man who has been so trained over his own security concerns that he has taken legal action against the Home Office for what he assume they did not provide him with adequate protection.”
And the famous former Marine, Pen Farthing, who runs an animal rescue center in Kabul. And glad you have thought of the security implications of those of us still in #Afghanistan trying to bring some good. #idiot #notmyprince.
Colonel Tim Collins, a legendary military leader famous for his pre-battle speech he gave before the Iraq war. News force: “Harry has now turned his back on another family, the military, the family that once surrounded him, despised his biological family,” and condemns “the rejection of family and love comrade that he desperately needed.”