Meghan and Harry face Invictus Games headache as Duchess of Sussex adopts ‘extraordinary’ attitude

Meghan Markle and Attitude


Royal biographer Angela Levin has hit out at Meghan Markle’s “extraordinary attitude” towards the Invictus Games, ahead of her possible return to the UK in May.


Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at invictus Games

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are thought to be attending the Invictus Games anniversary event in London together, despite the Duchess reportedly vowing to “never set foot in the UK again” after stepping down as a working royal.

Speaking to GBN America, Levin said that people within the Invictus Games feel Meghan Markle is “taking over” the event.

She also claimed those in Canada, where this year’s event is being held, have asked how they can “stop the games from going ahead” this summer.

Comparing Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s success individually, Levin said the Duke of Sussex is “out the door when it comes to who is in the spotlight”, and Meghan “recently took away his spotlight” with the launch of her new lifestyle brand, American Riviera Orchard.

Host Nana Akua argued that the timing of the launch could have been “well timed” by Meghan because Prince Harry was “already in the spotlight” after virtually appearing at the Diana Awards in London.

Criticising Meghan’s role in the Invictus Games, Levin fumed: “She comes over, she does a speech, she does a second speech, she leads people down the paths and the winners, and they say she knows nothing about fighting and going in wars.

“It was Harry’s job, and I think they feel quite sorry for him. They’re angry.”

Levin noted that the Invictus Games could possibly be held in the UK in 2027, which would prove “difficult” for the Duke and the Royal Family.

Levin told GBN America: “I don’t think Harry’s got anything to look forward to, really. If this happens in the UK, it’s going to be very, very difficult for the Royal Family.

“I think it’s an extraordinary attitude that Meghan has, she thinks she’s better than everyone. She thinks of herself as globally famous.”

Nana claimed that the Invictus Games would be held in Birmingham, not London, and argued that the games being held in the UK may “actually unite them and bring them together, because the family are now together”.

Nana added: “Maybe they’ll talk to each other – but who wants to go to Birmingham.”

Levin agreed, revealing: “They’ve got a bit of money, but they haven’t got much money to pay for it. The money’s not there.”

Discussing Meghan Markle’s dwindling relationship with the Royal Family, Levin said the Duchess “could have had it all” and the King was “so happy” when she originally joined the family.

Levin told Nana: “He was very kind and was accepting her in whatever way she was. But it is foolish, she keeps trying to do something and she always gets it wrong.

“She put up one page for her new website, and people don’t want to put money into it. They don’t because they know what she’s like and know that she’s very difficult and they’re not necessarily wanting to buy jam and tablecloths, and birdseed.”