Queen Elizabeth II thought her grandson Prince Harry was “probably a little too in love” with her wife, former actress and Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle. According to British broadcaster Giles Brandless’ new biography, the Queen wanted Meghan to be “welcome” to the royal family.She also said Meghan could “stay an actress” if she wanted to. But Queen Elizabeth II was “worried about Harry’s well-being” more than her “TV nonsense,” including a couple’s interview with Oprah Winfrey.
Last year, Prince Harry starred alongside Oprah Winfrey in Apple TV+’s mental health documentary series The Me You Can’t See. Harry had spoken out about racist articles written about Meghan and how his family wasn’t helping her.As quoted by the Daily Mail, the following excerpt from the biography says: The Queen’s comment that Harry is “a little overly in love” goes on to say, “She never said a word about it, at least as far as I know.” The new Duchess of Sussex”. The late British monarch was “genuinely happy” when Prince Harry announced his marriage to Meghan Markle, according to a book titled Elizabeth: An Intimate Portrait, due out in December.The Queen told Meghan she could continue her career: “You can continue to be an actress if you want. After all, it’s your job.” Harry and Meghan got married in 2018. They are the parents of son Archie, born in 2019, and daughter Lilibet, born in 2021. The couple then moved to the United States.