There has been a suggestion that the late Queen Elizabeth II felt that Prince Harry may be ‘perhaps over-in-love’ with Meghan Markle. The relationship of Harry and Meghan has been a major source of drama and scandal for the royal family in recent years as accusations have swirled around racism towards Markle and the way that she has been treated by the royal family. British broadcaster Gyles Brandreth has written a biography which is set to be released soon, titled ‘Elizabeth: An Intimate Portrait.’ On the suggestion that the Queen thought that Harry was ‘over-in-love’ with Meghan, Brandeth wrote: “This was as far as she came – to my knowledge at least – to ever uttering a word against the new Duchess of Sussex.”
The late British monarch was “truly delighted” when her grandson said he was marrying Markle, according to the book which will be released in December. “She liked Meghan and told lots of people so. And she did everything she could to make her future granddaughter-in-law feel welcome,” according to the biography, an excerpt of which was published in the Daily Mail. The situation with Meghan and the royal family reached a head when she did a highly revealing interview with Oprah Winfrey.