Royal dis­cord

YOU (South Africa) - - YOU SAY -

Oh, Meghan, what have you done (YOU, 20 De­cem­ber)! We all loved you at the be­gin­ning of your re­la­tion­ship with Harry. He seemed so happy and you both seemed to have such a won­der­ful fu­ture to look for­ward to.

You’ve now shown your true colours – and so soon af­ter the wed­ding. You share your fa­ther’s dis­re­gard and dis­re­spect for a monar­chy. Fresh air spray in St Ge­orge’s Chapel? Re­ally? It’s the smell of many years of his­tory. En­joy and ap­pre­ci­ate it.

Kate will one day be queen so show her a lit­tle re­spect. You’ll never have the poise and grace she has. She took you un­der her wing and tried to guide you into royal life, but you want to do ev­ery­thing your way. It doesn’t work like that, my girl!

It’s all very well to have a strong will and know what you want in life, but you now live in Eng­land, not Hol­ly­wood or Canada. You’ve driven a wedge be­tween two broth­ers and it’s time for you to wake up, shape up and be the royal ev­ery­one ex­pects you to be. You’re no longer an ac­tress, so get real and make amends be­fore your baby is born. Let the cousins grow up be­ing friends! BRENDA, EMAIL

SMeghan’s half-sis­ter has said, “What Meghan wants, she gets.” Well, I hope she doesn’t up­set the royal fam­ily and, es­pe­cially, our fu­ture queen, Kate. Kate is classy, beau­ti­ful, well groomed and a proper lady.

Princess Di would’ve been so up­set if a wedge was driven be­tween Harry and Wil­liam, who’ve been best friends all their lives. I think Harry could’ve done much bet­ter for him­self and didn’t give him­self enough time to get to know Meghan prop­erly. JUNE RUBY WRIGHT, EAST LONDON

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