Connect with us

Metro

Harry and Meghan Left Out by King’s Secret Payment

Please Share This Story

Prince Harry was shocked and hurt by his father, King Charles, who paid a ‘seven-figure’ sum to help another royal family member with their security costs, but refused to do the same for him and his wife, Meghan. This is one of the explosive revelations in the new book Endgame, written by Omid Scobie, a royal biographer and friend of the Sussexes.

According to a report by Express, The book, which is a sequel to the bestselling Finding Freedom, claims that Harry and Meghan were left in a ‘dangerous’ situation after they stepped back from their royal duties in January 2020 and moved to Canada. The book alleges that King Charles, who had initially agreed to fund their security, changed his mind and cut them off financially, leaving them ‘scrambling’ to find a solution.



The book also claims that Harry was stunned to discover that his father had secretly paid a ‘seven-figure’ sum to help another royal family member with their security costs, without telling him. The book does not name the royal in question, but hints that it was someone who had been involved in a ‘scandal’ and had ’embarrassed’ the monarchy.



The book suggests that King Charles’s decision to help the other royal, but not his own son, was motivated by his desire to protect the reputation and image of the monarchy, rather than the safety and well-being of his family. The book quotes a source close to Harry, who says: ‘He felt betrayed by his father. He couldn’t understand why he would fork out a fortune for someone who had brought shame to the family, but not for him and Meghan, who had done nothing wrong.’

Pay Attention:   Illegal Migrants Should Be Sent To Orkney Islands Instead of Rwanda, Because Of This - Anderson



The book also reveals that Harry and Meghan were forced to rely on the generosity of their friends, such as Tyler Perry, Oprah Winfrey, and David Foster, who offered them their homes and security services in Canada and the US. The book says that Harry and Meghan were ‘grateful’ for their help, but also ’embarrassed’ by their situation. The book says: ‘They felt like they had no choice but to accept the kindness of strangers. They hated being a burden on anyone, especially people they barely knew.’

The book also claims that Harry and Meghan tried to negotiate with the palace and the Canadian government to find a solution for their security, but were met with ‘resistance’ and ‘hostility’. The book says that Harry and Meghan felt ‘abandoned’ and ‘isolated’ by the royal family and the British media, who they accused of spreading ‘lies’ and ‘hate’ about them. The book says: ‘They felt like they were being punished for wanting a different life. They felt like they were being treated as second-class citizens.’



The book’s allegations have sparked a fierce debate and backlash in the UK, where many royal fans and experts have criticised Harry and Meghan for ‘attacking’ and ‘betraying’ the royal family and the country. They have also questioned the accuracy and credibility of the book, which they claim is based on ‘one-sided’ and ‘unverified’ sources. They have also accused Scobie of being a ‘mouthpiece’ and a ‘cheerleader’ for the Sussexes, rather than a ‘neutral’ and ‘objective’ journalist.

Please Share This Story

Birminghamgist Staff is a News Reporter, making waves in the UK with insightful and Engaging reporting.

Advertisement
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Trending