Meghan Markle was a 'massive problem' for the royal family & wasn't made to feel important enough, author claims

MEGHAN Markle was a ‘massive problem’ for the royal family and wasn't made to feel important enough, Prince Harry’s biographer has claimed. 

Robert Lacey, who wrote the sensational new book Battle of Brothers, appeared on Good Morning Britain chatting about the Sussex’s with co-host Piers Morgan. 

Robert claimed Meghan was the “real reason” behind the apparent feud between Prince William and Prince Harry, claiming the 38-year-old did speak to his younger brother about his relationship. 

The 76-year-old said: “Meghan was a massive problem for the Royal Family. 

“It's easy to be wise after the event. Here's a self-made woman.

"A self-made millionairess, the only one in the Royal Family who's made her own money, created her own celebrity and not inherited it."

Robert outlined the alleged falling out between the two brothers in his book, claiming the dad-of-three was “quite right” to raise his concerns with Prince Harry, 36. 

He told Piers on yesterday's show: “William was quite right to say to Harry: ‘Look, this is a challenge you're bringing into the family, how's it going to work?' 

“And with wisdom after the event, one has to say not enough preparations were made."

Robert also claimed that the former actress wasn’t made to feel ‘important’, implying this partly fuelled their move to the US. 

He said: "She wasn't made to feel important enough and they are now where they want to be."

The parents to one-year-old Archie stepped back for royal duties earlier this year, and relocated to Meghan’s native America. 

Prince Harry, and Meghan, 39, settled down in Montecito after buying a $14 million mansion in July. 

In the chat with Piers, 55, Robert also claimed Prince William, 38, raised fears over the pace of Prince Harry’s relationship with Meghan, with the pair meeting in June 2016, before announcing their engagement the following November. 

The pair got married in May 2018, and welcomed their son Archie in 2019. 

Their swift timeline is in stark contrast to Prince William’s courtship with Kate Middleton, who he began dating in university, before they wed in 2011.

Robert pointed this out, saying: “William took the lesson of duty.

"As he went through this difficult time, the prospect he was going to be King was a strength for him, to the degree that when he fell in love, he politely asked his girlfriend to wait nine or 10 years to make sure she'd be good for the job. 

“They have created a wonderful figurehead for the future.

"Harry took the opposite conclusion from the turmoil of his parents' loveless marriage, that he was going to go for love.

"We're looking at a clash of love and duty."

Plus Meghan was ‘desperate to be liked’ and ‘not worried about privacy’ in her now-deleted Instagram posts, expert reveals.

In other royal news, we told you how Meghan wants to "make the world a better place" for Archie.

And sharp-suited Kate Middleton stunned at the Natural History Museum.

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