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originally posted by: Charliebrowndog
My guess is Harry is trying to distance himself from the family because of the madness they are involved in. When there is this much smoke there is fire somewhere. I think Andrew and Charles were/are up to some bad things.
He was propelled into the royal circle by two people, I understand. One was prebendary Willie Booth, a former chaplain at Westminster School, who’d taken over from Caesar. The other was Jimmy Savile.
originally posted by: zosimov
Something I found interesting about that second article (Daily Mail) I posted. It said that Savile introduced pedophile bishop Peter Ball into the royal circles (it was unsubstantiated, but interesting.)
originally posted by Liquesence:
Meghan has been hounded by the press since the day she appeared. I don't think they've had a good word to say about her and all the constant comparing to Kate must be very wearing as well as possibly creating a rift between Harry and William. I believe, considering what happened to his mother, Harry wants his wife out of the headlights of the British Tabloids as difficult as that may be, he's putting his new family first, as he should
originally posted by: Liquesence
That said, I personally think it's a combination of the article above and with the fact that royal life has such strict protocols and rituals that it's hard for her to be...free, and she just wants to live the semblance of a normal, married life away from all of the ritual and BS of being married to royalty.
But seeing some of the interviews with her it seems the royal tradition, ritual, attention, and press is something that really affects her negatively.
So what you two are positing does make a lot of sense. Though I can't see marrying royalty if one were aiming for a normal life, I know that my perspective is very limited.
I still have to wonder if the Queen could have had her hand in it, and whether the above circumstances were seen as a way out through which everyone could benefit.