And here we go again.
America has always dined on the delicious droppings off and under England’s Royal table.
As a journalist dispatched to England from 1981 to 2013 to cover the British Royal family at weddings, leisure, or each other’s throats, it was a chance to watch the Brit tabloid press sprout like mushrooms after rain reporting on royal missteps and misdeeds.
The latest version of the War of Independence — the hasty exit to America by England’s Prince Harry and his American actress wife, Meghan Markle, to escape bullying from the Brit press and crippling royal family control — is yet another paean to royal pain.
The new royal rift surfaced this week in advance of a well publicized Oprah interview Sunday with America’s transplanted British royalty, known simply as “Harry and Meghan,” who are also known as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
Originally intended to showcase the couple’s new life in America away from England’s royal interference and bullying primarily by the pens of the Brit tabloid press, a pregnant Markle, expecting her second child, was sent a Brit brick this week in advance of the interview with Oprah, a friend who attended their royal wedding.
Only this time Meghan was the subject of a story in the mainstream Times of London newspaper accusing her of bullying her royal staff while living at Kensington Palace in October 2018, before the couple’s headline-grabbing wedding.
Based on a formal…