As Meghan Markle and Prince Harry arrived at the United Nations in New York Monday, where he delivered a keynote speech for Nelson Mandela International Day, the couple refused to answer a reporter’s question about a lacerating new book that digs into their rift with the British royal family and mostly portrays her as manipulative, fame hungry and disingenuous.
But as damning as the best-selling book, “Revenge: Meghan, Harry and the War Between the Windsors,” is about the American former TV actor, author Tom Bower reveals at least one instance when Meghan’s reported haughtiness sounded understandable.
As Prince #Harry & Meghan arrive for #MandelaDay at #UNGA, no response to my question about Tom Bowers new book @MajestyMagazine @RE_DailyMail @katienicholl pic.twitter.com/CdacBeBLc8
— Margaret Besheer (@mbesheer) July 18, 2022
That’s when the Duchess of Sussex refused to sit quietly as Harry’s upper-class British friends cracked jokes about sexism, feminism and transgender people during a weekend shooting party he hosted when they were dating.
It’s been reported by the Daily Beast and other publications that many of Harry’s old friends have been amazed by “his transformation from posh, politically incorrect party boy,” who played nude billiards in Las Vegas, into a “woke Los Angeles social-justice warrior.” The Daily Beast said “that vanishingly few of Harry’s old pals are still in regular contact with him” because of his…