The late-Queen had a brutal one-word description for her granddaughter-in-law Meghan Markle, a source has claimed.
Not too much was known about the relationship between the Queen and Meghan, although it appeared to be more respectful than the ones the Duchess of Sussex had with other Royal Family members.
However, citing an a source speaking to the Spectator, it seems like the former Head of State was actually not even remotely fond of the ex-actress.
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And she made it very clear during an evening event at Balmoral in Scotland shortly before she died.
The source said: “At the drinks before the dinner, a small group were talking to the monarch and she explained that Harry meeting Meghan had become a complete catastrophe and described her as evil.
“By this point we all knew the Queen's health was in decline and she had months left, she seemed regretful about how things had panned out.”
And this claim, critic Daniela Esler feels, leaves huge issues ahead of Saturday's Coronation of King Charles – despite the King and soon-to-be-Queen taking the “high road”.
Writing for news.com.au, she said: “Charles and Camilla have not really had much option but to take the high road and hope that all the reporting about their zip-lipped response would paint them as dignified.
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“Even people about to be anointed with holy oil in a deeply sacral moment can have their feelings badly hurt and want to go and wallow in the bath for a bit.
“If Their Majesties have been using their friends to covertly get the word out about the toll that Harry’s book really had on them, then they would not be alone.”
Elser did, however, say that the claim about calling Meghan “evil” should be taken with a “healthy dose of scepticism”.
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