Meghan Markle asked her public relations employees to “make her the most famous person in the world“, reveals this Tuesday, the royal biographer, Lady Colin Campbell.
Lady Colin Campbell – who has previously written about Prince Harry’s mother Princess Diana – said she only looked into Meghan Markle’s case “after learning that the Duchess of Sussex had told her US press secretary and public relations advisers that she wanted to do in America anything that she was strictly prohibited from doing as a member of the royal family. “
“With the connivance of Harry of courseThe 71-year-old biographer revealed to Graham Norton on her BBC radio show, accusing the Duchess of Sussex of interfering in business ventures as well as in politics.
“Meghan Markle asked her PR advisers to make her the most famous person in the world,” Campbell insisted on Markle’s strategy already set last year before the Megxit.
The Royal Observer said it was “a very deliberate policy “.
“And that must involve a huge controversy – otherwise you just aren’t that famous”, she added.
Campbell admitted that she herself was fueling this plan by writing her book, “Meghan and Harry: The Real Story”.
“I think history is being made, and I don’t care if she ends up being the most famous person on the planet or not”, she told Norton on the BBC podcast released on Saturday. “I’m worried [juste] that there is an interesting story to tell. “
The biographer also claimed that once she started writing her book, the Sussexes attempted “to influence the narrative by mutual friends”.
“Harry, on behalf of Meghan, asked one of his great friends to sell me a bunch of trash on Meghan and her relationship with her father”, she told Norton. “I refused because I knew it was completely wrong.”