In an interview, Prince Edward confided on the feud that has animated the Sussex couple and the Royal family for several months. With, however, a small, thoughtful message to Meghan Markle and Prince Harry.
Prince Edward would he put water in his wine? For several months, the British royal family has been shaken by the departure of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, who renounced their royal duties, before giving a particularly explosive interview to Oprah Winfrey, which seriously damaged relations between the couple and the Windsors.
If Elizabeth II tries to maintain good relations with the Sussexes, it is difficult to do the same for other members of the family, such as Prince William, Prince Charles, or Prince Edward and his wife Sophie of Wessex. Indeed, it was whispered that the latter had even reserved for their nephew a particularly cold reception at the funeral of Prince Philip.
If since the countess has revealed to have spoken at length with Prince Harry after the funeral, thus sweeping away the rumors of misunderstanding, Prince Edward has in turn confided about the break between the Sussexes and the Windsors. “It’s difficult for everyone, but it’s the families,” he said, after his wife had said in a previous interview that despite this rift, they remained “a family despite everything.
An affair however “too public” for the Earl of Wessex, who has always been very discreet within the Royal family. “We have all had the same spotlight shone on our lives. We’ve all been subjected to massive intrusion and everything else. We’ve all had to deal with it in different ways,” he told the BBC, as relayed by the Daily Mail, noting that leaving the monarchy is, however, a “difficult decision,” and that in this he wishes them “good luck.”
Prince Edward wishes “much happiness” to Meghan and Harry
If he finds “sad” the break between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle with the rest of the royal family, the youngest son of Elizabeth II, however, showed himself, in half-tone, understanding towards the couple. “There are all sorts of problems and circumstances, but we’ve all been there,” he added, before however wishing “lots of happiness” to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who recently welcomed their second child, a baby girl named Lilibet Diana, a name he did not comment on. “This is fantastic news and I absolutely hope they are very happy,” added Prince Edward, before however reminding his motto in this story: “I stay away from it all. And that’s probably the safest thing for him.