The Duchess of Sussex wanted to give her input on how to modernise the Firm and was “angry” she was not heard, according to a royal expert. Royal biographer Angela Levin told GB News Meghan wants to “run everything” and believes she “knows a great deal”.
She said: “She always wants to run everything. She thinks she knows better.
“She was very angry the Palace didn’t listen to her ideas about modernisation within the first few weeks she was there.
“She thinks she knows a great deal, she also talks globally. I reread something…you have to read through the lines sometimes.”
Ms Levin also hit out at the message Meghan and Prince Harry released to call for action in the wake of ongoing crises in Afghanistan and Haiti.
The expert said: ”She said those with global influence should advance humanitarian dialogue at the UN.
“Now, she spoke on behalf of the UN once, she thinks she’s got global influence.
“I wonder whether this is not just asking if she can talk over a film or a cartoon film – she’s sort of implying she would be very good to have at the UN meeting for all these poor people.”
The Sussexes have been outspoken about different humanitarian causes in a bid to help bring a voice to those struggling.
In their latest statement, published on the Archewell website, the couple addressed the Taliban’s takeover of Afghanistan and the huge earthquake which struck Haiti causing over 1,400 deaths.
They wrote: “The world is exceptionally fragile right now. As we all feel the many layers of pain due to the situation in Afghanistan, we are left speechless.
“As we all watch the growing humanitarian disaster in Haiti, and the threat of it worsening after last weekend’s earthquake, we are left heartbroken.
“And as we all witness the continuing global health crisis, exacerbated by new variants and constant misinformation, we are left scared.
“When any person or community suffers, a piece of each of us does so with them, whether we realize it or not.
“And though we are not meant to live in a state of suffering, we, as a people, are being conditioned to accept it. It’s easy to find ourselves feeling powerless, but we can put our values into action — together.”