We often hear about Meghan Markle and Prince Harry having an "inner circle" of friends in L.A. But how many are actually Harry's friends?
In many of the news reports about both Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, we read and hear about an “inner circle” of friends.
These are the unnamed, vague group of people who supposedly advise both Simply Harry and The Duchess of Difficult during their transition to life in the U.S. from the U.K.
You would assume that when we hear about such people, it includes trusted individuals on both sides, right?
Well, you’d be wrong.
As I’ve said in previous articles, this move to Los Angeles has effectively cut Prince Harry off from life as he knows it.
The cash cow has been separated from anyone who would try to clue him in that he’s being treated like a chump.
As someone on Twitter commented on one of my previous articles, if this were a man taking his wife away from her friends and family and surrounding her with only people he trusted, it would be considered an abusive relationship.
That’s an interesting take for sure. I’ll let others form their own opinions on that!
At the top of the list has to be Doria Ragland, the mother of Meghan Markle.
It makes perfect sense for Meghan’s mother to be part of that inner circle. After all, she can help the couple settle in and make new friends in L.A.
Friends like Marianne Williamson, who Doria introduced to Prince Harry before their publicity stunt with Project Angel Food, is also part of the inner circle.
Williamson has been friends with Doria for close to 30 years. She also believes that clinical depression isn’t real. Don’t believe her? She’ll point you in the direction of some sources written by members of the Scientology cult that back her claims up.
Doria gave Meghan Markle one of Williamson’s books as a teenager. That explains a lot.
In fact, there’s quite a connection between Meghan’s friends and Scientology.
Ah, Oprah. Wherever there are money and influence to be found, you can be sure Oprah will be lurking in the background.
She reportedly advised both Meghan Markle and Prince Harry to break “free” from the royal family and build their brand, according to sources:
Oprah was the first person to talk to Harry and Meghan about breaking free and doing their own thing, building on their own brand.
Of course, she did. Would we expect anything less?
I expect she’ll use Baby Archie’s name to help push her book club as well. The whole reason behind the video of Meghan Markle’s reading with Archie was to push that particular agenda, after all.
There have also been numerous reports that the likes of Serena Williams, Amal Clooney, and Abigail Spencer are part of Meghan and Prince Harry’s inner circle of friends.
Do you see the trend here?
The inner circle is all Meghan Markle associates. There are none of Prince Harry’s friends involved.
I’ve long been critical of Meghan Markle, but it’s hard to say that she hasn’t played her hand perfectly. Prince Harry is just the slightly dim victim in all of this, but he’s hardly blameless.
The house of cards will come crumbling down at some point. By then, Meghan will have what she wants and will be looking to the next rung on her social stepladder.
There must be an old wealthy Hollywood producer that wants a younger woman? Watch this space!
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This article was edited by Sam Bourgi.
Last modified: May 19, 2020 1:12 AM UTC