Meghan Markle and Prince Harry 'beyond disgusting' for new swipe at Queen and told 'sort yourselves out' by royal experts

MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry's latest swipe at The Queen is "beyond disgusting", a royal expert has said.

Author Angela Levin blasted the couple as being "so resentful they want to bring Her Majesty and the Royal Family down", making sure they are the "victims".

The Duke, 36, and Duchess of Sussex, 40, are said to be less than impressed with the way the Firm dealt with their explosive allegations during their Oprah Winfrey interview.

The Palace said it would investigate claims of racism and conversations regarding the colour of son Archie's skin within the family.

But Harry and Meghan believe the monarch, 95, did not take "full ownership" of the issues raised and "little" has been done since, according to People.

Author Angela Levin described the latest savage aim at the Queen's "recollections may vary" comment as "absolutely outrageous".

She told Talk Radio today: "I think it is beyond disgusting actually.

"I do hope the Queen doesn't listen to a couple like that who only think about themselves and make sure they are victims.

"Some people get a sort of buzz if they are attacking someone else and if it's dangerous.

"They get a high and the adrenaline keeps them going and they feel powerful and strong.

"We need to consider that for a moment. What they are doing now is absolutely outrageous. Why should the queen accept full responsibility?"

She continued: "This is two people now who are so resentful they want to bring down the royal family and the Queen.

"She is vulnerable at her age."

It comes as…

  • Meghan Markle & Prince Harry take a savage swipe at the Queen’s ‘recollections may vary’ comment after Oprah bombshells
  • Meghan and Harry were ‘afraid of the consequences’ of speaking out about Royal Family – but felt it was ‘now or never’
  • ‘Thriving’ Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are about to ‘increase their visibility’ after ‘keeping toxicity away’
  • Meghan and Harry are slammed for not naming UK charities in Afghan post – including his own
  • The couple have ‘no regrets’ about their ‘fairytale’ & see themselves as a ‘self-made woman & her knight’

Angela went on to question Harry's comments about not wanting to "move on until this is sorted".

The royal commentator said: "Harry say's he's not moving on, but he's moved on. He's written a book, probably about the royal family.

"Work is pouring in for him. He has definitely moved forwards so that's nonsense."

Her remarks follow Meghan and Harry's pal Omid Scobie yesterday declaring the couple are about to enter a new era of visibility.

Omid Scobie revealed that the "thriving" couple are "really excited" about the busy schedule ahead following the end of their parental leave.

Scobie, the preferred reporter of the Sussexes who co-authored their biography Finding Freedom, confirmed the pair will return to public life after "keeping toxicity away".

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