Who knows if these days Meghan Markle she will have recalled with remorse the times when she did not want to listen to her friends who warned her about the difficulties of life in the Royal Family and about the risks of ending up in the hurricane of the tabloids. After the Platinum Jubilee where the Sussexes were almost relegated to a corner And kept at a distance also by Elisabetta (who granted them a private interview of just a quarter of an hour), the words of theMeghan’s former friend and former agent, Gina Nelthorpe-Cowne, long-time trusted confidant of the Duchess of Sussex. In a letter to the Daily Mail two years ago, in fact, Gina Nelthorpe-Cowne, owner of the Kruger Cowne artistic management agency based in London, revealed more than one detail that belies the narrative carried out so far by Meghan.
When romance with Harry it had become the front page news of every newspaper in the world, Nelthorpe-Cowne had tried to explain to the then actress that marrying Harry would end up at the center of a media machine based on continuous control. But Meghan had shown an attitude of total closure, of impatience. “I distinctly remember explaining to you while sipping wine in London’s West End that it had to meet the enormous expectations of the British public, the royal family and their courtiers,” Meghan’s then friend and manager recalled. “Her reaction? She raised her hand and silenced me. “Forget it, ”he said in a cold tone I had never noticed in her before. “I don’t want to hear it … this is a positive moment in my life” ».
The former friend also said that “Meghan has never shown any interest in British life and traditions” but he had only one goal: to win over Prince Harry, with all that came in terms of status, and media power. “’We’re going to change the world,’ she whispered in my ear, her eyes sparkling with determination. The way she spoke it really seemed intent on ruling the world“. Among other things, according to Nelthorpe-Cowne the former star of Suits, in the documentary Harry & Meghan: an African Journeydirected by Tom Bradby, allegedly told a sensational lie: “Meghan said that, being American, she didn’t even know who Harry was. When I heard these words I burst out laughing. It was sensational nonsense, easily demonstrable rubbish. ‘ The fairytale-style love story, in short, simply hid a plan to climb the social ladder and take a place on the world stage. “Meghan wanted all the glamor and glory of being a Windsor, but I don’t think she was ever really ready to deal with the daily grind that came with it,” wrote Gina Nelthorpe-Cowne terse. “I don’t think you really understand the real world of altruism, history, tradition and the low profile without any personal gain.”
Yet Harry fell madly in love with her, to the point of saying goodbye to the royal family: «Meghan is razor-sharp, creative and meticulous, with a good entrepreneurial brain. But at the same time she knows how to attract you with her warm personality, her comforting nature of her, her ability to make you feel like you really are the only person in the world that she matters. I knew right away that he was going to hypnotize that broken-hearted boy we saw following his mother’s coffin“. How it went then the story is known to all. The couple who flee the UK leaving behind recriminations, accusations and poisons. And Meghan who decides to play the role of the inexperienced young woman rejected by Buckingham Palace. A story that seems to have many more facets than the version of the former actress.
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Source: Vanity Fair