The former editor of Vanity Fair, Tina Brownauthor of the new book The Palace Papersrevealed in an interview that the Duchess of Sussex “He didn’t understand his role” when he joined the Windsors.
“I think it was a fundamental misunderstanding what would happen when he joined the royal family. He saw the palaces and Diana as this global humanitarian superstar, but he forgot that for 16 or 17 years, Diana worked like a dog within the Royal Family in routine engagements.”.
“It was the charisma that she brought to her work that made it extraordinarily special,” added the author.
He also referred to the tour that Meghan y Harry they did for Australia in 2018. “He didn’t like it one bit. He saw the job of representing the monarchy and suppressing his own views as abhorrent”.
In The Palace PapersBrown quotes a close source as saying that the duchess “He hated every second (of the tour). He did not understand why everything was organized in a certain way”.