Meghan Markle has an immense level of control over her husband, Prince Harry. Here are three ways she controls the British Prince.
Thanks in large part to Meghan Markle and her ultimatum, Prince Harry is no longer a senior member of the royal family.
Having made the daunting decision to walk away from his royal responsibilities, and his family to a certain extent, there are now several challenges Harry must face up to.
Despite his time in the British armed forces, Prince Harry has never really had a ‘career.’ He’s not qualified to do much beyond what he’s done during his life as a royal.
Conservationist Jane Goodall shed some light on how Prince Harry is doing during an interview with the Radio Times:
Yes, I’ve been in touch. Though I think he’s finding life a bit challenging right now. I don’t know how his career is going to map out.
Newsflash–it probably isn’t going to work out for him.
Aside from giving speeches, he’s not qualified to actually do anything. The sole purpose of him being in Los Angeles is to add gravitas to Meghan Markle and her career ambitions.
Prince Harry will be dragged out in front of the cameras on the red carpet now and then if the situation calls for it.
On other occasions, Meghan will tell him to stay home as she smiles at the cameras with other influential figures.
Yes, I know what the knuckleheads in the Sussex Squad will say. “But Meghan and Archie are his family now!”
Just because Meghan has a dysfunctional relationship with the majority of her family doesn’t mean Prince Harry should follow suit.
Harry was always close to his father, grandmother, and especially his brother. This was on display when news reports told us that Prince Charles had contracted coronavirus.
Prince Harry was reported to be devastated and feeling incredibly guilty that he wasn’t there to help.
That wasn’t of any concern to Meghan, though. She couldn’t care less about Prince Charles. Heck, she doesn’t even care for her own father, so there’s little chance of her giving a damn about Prince Charles.
Meghan Markle is no fool. She knows that by isolating Prince Harry in Los Angeles, she will be able to exert full control over him without his brother, father, or grandmother interfering.
Which means he’ll be doing precisely what Meghan tells him to do.
Let me say straight off the bat that I’m no fan of hunting as a sport. I’d sooner see it banned than anything else.
This, however, is symbolic of the relationship between Harry and Meghan.
Hunting is something that both Prince Harry and Prince William have enjoyed for years. It’s something of a royal staple, and has been for generations.
Jane Goodall believes that hunting will be something Harry will not do in the future, for a very predictable reason:
William and Harry hunt and shoot. But I think Harry will stop because Meghan doesn’t like hunting, so I suspect that is over for him.
This one statement tells us a lot about the dynamic of the relationship between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
It also highlights exactly why, if Prince Harry’s past is anything to go by, this relationship is doomed to failure.
It seems if Meghan doesn’t like something, Prince Harry isn’t permitted to do it. Meghan decides where they live, which family members Harry is allowed to see, and what hobbies Harry is permitted to have.
Anyone with a shred of intelligence knows that such relationships never last.
Especially when the one being controlled is a British Prince, who’ll have no shortage of young LA ladies half Meghan’s age willing to show him a good time.
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This article was edited by Sam Bourgi.
Last modified: April 18, 2020 4:13 PM UTC