Meghan’s rage: ‘don’t push Me’

Fol­low­ing that live in­ter­view and those TV doc­u­men­taries, Meghan and Harry have been hurled back into the spot­light…

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They’re said to be gear­ing up to an­nounce their en­gage­ment, but it looks as though there’s an­other bump in the road for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle – and while Suits star Meghan is de­ter­mined that the cou­ple put on a united front, it’s said to be Harry who’s fret­ting. Amid Meghan’s sis­ter speak­ing out again on live TV and a se­ries of doc­u­men­taries be­ing re­leased about the cou­ple’s re­la­tion­ship, Harry is said to be wor­ry­ing about Meghan. Ac­cord­ing to a source speak­ing ex­clu­sively to Look, Harry is ter­ri­fied Meghan will be ‘put off ’ of royal life – be­fore it’s even started.

Since the Duchess of Cam­bridge an­nounced her third preg­nancy a few weeks ago (she’s due in April), it seems like at­ten­tion to­wards Meghan, 36, and Harry, 33, has shifted slightly. But last week, Meghan and Harry hype re­turned full force, af­ter Meghan’s half-sis­ter Saman­tha Grant be­gan sing­ing her praises in an in­ter­view on live tele­vi­sion (de­spite pub­licly slat­ing Meghan a few months ago when she called her a ‘hyp­ocrite’ and a ‘shal­low so­cial climber’). She also re­vealed she is writ­ing a book and the ti­tle, The Di­ary of Princess Pushy’s Sis­ter, is ac­cu­rate. Yikes.

‘She’s lovely,’ said Saman­tha last week. ‘She’s very an­i­mated, very charm­ing, very lively and, no mat­ter what, I don’t be­lieve that you can be a half-sis­ter. Either you’re sis­ters or you’re not. In my heart and in re­al­ity, she’s my sis­ter.

‘The Bri­tish peo­ple and the world will be sur­prised by how grace­ful and lovely she is. She will bring so much to her role as part of the royal fam­ily. The world will be sur­prised.’ Ac­cord­ing to an in­sider, Meghan’s fu­ri­ous – and we can to­tally see why, es­pe­cially con­sid­er­ing the un­nerv­ing change of heart from Saman­tha’s pre­vi­ous com­ments. ‘Meghan can’t be­lieve her sis­ter has done this again,’ ex­plains the in­sider. ‘she knows the pair can get through any­thing, but she’s rag­ing. She’s done every­thing she can to keep things pri­vate and wants things to carry on the way they have been.’

But while Meghan is try­ing to look the other way, adding fuel to the fire are the se­ries of TV doc­u­men­taries cur­rently be­ing aired about the cou­ple’s re­la­tion­ship. Last week­end, Chan­nel 4 aired When Harry Met Meghan: A Royal Ro­mance and, as Look went to press, ITV an­nounced a sim­i­lar pro­gramme, Harry and Meghan: A Royal Rev­o­lu­tion, set to be shown in the next fort­night.

‘For the first time, the re­al­i­ties of the royal bub­ble are start­ing to dawn on Meghan,’ re­veals an in­sider. ‘She’s worked so hard to make sure she acts prop­erly and that peo­ple like her. Meg’s im­age is care­fully crafted and has been built up over many years.

‘Harry has been great. He’s given her count­less ex­am­ples of times that he’s been un­fairly crit­i­cised and no­body thinks any less of him. He’s told her that ul­ti­mately you can only worry about your own ac­tions. But, the most sur­pris­ing sup­port has come from Kate. When Meg looks at how Kate holds her head high through it all, that’s the ul­ti­mate ex­am­ple. This doc­u­men­tary will come and go, Kate said, but Harry will still love you.’

Very wise words, Kate. #roy­al­sis­terin­law­goals, right?

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