As they met on June 3 at St. Paul’s Cathedral at the National Thanksgiving Service, Prince Charles exchanged a sweet moment with Kate, Duchess of Cambridge. The heir to the throne was noticed blowing a kiss to his daughter-in-law, and this gesture of Charles allegedly made Prince Harry and Megan feel offended. Speaking about the latest episode on his YouTube channel, royal expert Neil Sean spoke about the exchange of Charles and Kate and Sussex’s feelings about it.
Speaking about Charles’ gesture, Mr. Sean said: “According to a very good source, this is one of the things that makes Harry and Megan feel very belittled now.
“[This is] because of what Prince Charles did in the cathedral. “
He added: “In fact, some say, [this] is the biggest insult they have received since they left, of course, and decided to become Megxit. “
The royal expert continued: “As I have said many times, you threw down your glove, you said all those things on TV.
“Prince Charles, Queen, Prince William, [the] However, the Duchess of Cambridge, Sophie Wessex, has the right to react in any way she wants after what happened before. “
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He added: “Prince Charles, Catherine, William, Harry and Megan were really more insulted there than that.
“I would just say that Prince Charles did something quite unusual and maybe [he] I just never thought about it like they did [William and Kate] be there in front of him. “
He noted that Meghan and Harry were “second rows of the royal family” and that they were sitting “with normal people because they wanted a better word”, so of course Charles “couldn’t do it” [to them].
Mr Sean added: “[And] why would, given what they did to him.
“So fast forward, it looks like this particular embarrassment could end up as one of the biggest topics of conversation in Prince Harry’s book.”
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Although it was their first official visit, the couple still made a quick pit stop to visit the Queen at Windsor Castle on their way to the Invictus Games in April.
During the platinum jubilee celebration, the couple took their two children, Archie and Lilibet, with them.
Unlike her older brother, daughter Meghan and Harry was born in the US, and the jubilee visit marked her first time in the UK.
During the jubilee weekend, the queen met her namesake great-granddaughter in person for the first time, who turned one on June 4.
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