Angela Levin claimed that records from the Royal Family show Prince Charles continued to fund Prince Harry and Meghan Markle after they left the monarchy, implying the Duke and Duchess of Sussex told a “blatant lie.” The royal commentator also told talkRADIO that the Sussexes are “looking more and more nasty” as time goes on.
“It’s ridiculous, isn’t it?” Ms Levin said.
“My only way out of this is that he and Meghan believed the £3-4 million his father gave them to help them get started was insufficient and that they needed a lot more.”
“That’s the only justification I have for what is otherwise a blatant lie.”
“We’ve developed a pattern where they pile up every couple of days.”
“I believe this is due to the Palace’s recent announcement that they will no longer follow the Queen’s favorite mantra of ‘don’t complain, don’t explain.'”
“They’ve decided they’re not going to let things slide and let whoever it is get away with it because they know they don’t respond,” says the source.
“They’re coming back with evidence and detail,” she continued.
“As time passes, they appear to be getting nastier.”[jnews_widget_recentnews title=”Recent News”]
The Royal Family’s financial records have been addressed by a senior spokesperson from Clarence House.
“As we all recall, when the Duke and Duchess announced their decision to leave the working royal family in January 2020, the duke stated that they would work to become financially independent.”
“The Prince of Wales has set aside a significant sum to assist them in this transition.”
“In the summer of last year, that funding came to an end. “Financially, the couple is now self-sufficient.”
In a March 2021 interview with Oprah Winfrey, Harry stated that “my family literally cut me off financially” in “the first quarter of 2020.”
“I wouldn’t acknowledge that they are dramatically different,” a spokesperson for Clarence House said of the timeframe. I can only give you the facts.”
“You are conflating two different timelines, and it is inaccurate to suggest that there is a contradiction,” a Sussex spokeswoman said.
“The duke’s remarks during the Oprah interview were about the first quarter of the UK’s fiscal reporting period, which begins in April every year.”