Sussexes wanted royals to drop everything for them on Jubilee weekend – critic

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle reportedly expected the royals to "drop everything" over the Platinum Jubilee, a expert has sensationally claimed.

Angela Levin, a renowned critic of the Sussexes, claims the ex-royal couple had expected a "very warm welcome" on their return to the UK.

She added that the Firm were "rushed off their feet" throughout the long-awaited events, the Express reports.

Writing for the Sun, Ms Levin said: "I think Harry and Meghan expected a very warm welcome and that everyone would drop everything for them.

"In reality, the royals were rushed off their feet during the four-day Platinum Jubilee."

The critic went on to discuss the Sussexes' Harry and Prince William's ongoing rift.

She claimed that Prince Harry could "have come over to see his brother when things were quiet enough for a serious conversation.

"Instead he was with the people who aren’t working royals and, as a result, had a furious look on his face."

Adding that William had an "increasingly full diary".

In other news, Harry found being stripped of his military titles “demoralising”, according to a royal biographer.

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The Duke of Sussex lost his titles after he and Meghan Markle decided to step back from their royal duties in 2020.

As a result, Harry had to sacrifice his army titles and military appointments, which was reportedly a “tough pill to swallow”, claims Finding Freedom authors Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand.

The book reads: “If his grandmother’s validation of his experiences served as encouragement, the most demoralising aspect of the new deal was his being stripped of his honorary military appointments that had been awarded to him as a senior royal.

“As a retired serviceman, Harry would always be able to wear his medals, but no longer could he wear uniform as Captain General of the Royal Marines, Honorary Air Force Commandant of the Royal Air Force Bas Honington, and honorary Commodore-in-Chief of the Royal Navy’s Small Ships and Diving Operations. These roles had come to an end.”

Harry left the military in 2015 but maintained his links with servicemen through honorary titles.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been contacted for comment.

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