In telling the story of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, it is inevitable that other members of the Royal Family will play leading roles.
And in Finding Freedom, the hotly anticipated biography of the couple, published on Tuesday, the intricacies of relationships with certain relatives are laid bare.
The Prince of Wales is clearly much admired by Meghan, whom authors Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand reveal she found to be a trusted confidant who had “really changed her life for the better.”
“Not a father-in-law but a “second father,” a source reveals. It is also claimed that the Prince has a soft spot for Meghan and admires her confidence and energy.
However, her husband’s relationship with his father is clearly more complicated, amid suggestions that Harry felt he was more often more focused on his work than on family….
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