Is Palace proving Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s claims with their no-comment policy? +2023

with her story Harry & Megan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have ruled hearts around the world. Within a day of its release, the show occupied the Number one on Netflix in the US. It is now too in the top ten in many countries around the world. In the first three episodes, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle focused primarily on press harassment.

They also said a few things about the palace here and there, including how they were never allowed to tell their own story. Before the docuseries was released, insiders claimed that the Institution stood ready to deny any false allegations made by the Sussexes. According to reports, Prince William has also informed his team about it question every scene. However, the royal family denies the rumours Continuing their no comment policy.

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Palace policy for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle could backfire

Queen Elizabeth II always said so Rule of never complaining and never explaining. The late monarch believed so Silence was the strongest weapon. After her death it was King Charles III. and Queen Consort following the same mantra. The House of Windsor has yet to release an official statement regarding Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s docuseries. Experts believe that by not responding to the Sussexes’ allegations of racism, the institution lost a good chance of getting in. Crisis communications expert Dave Quast believes the royal family had an opportunity to make people aware of their steps to combat racism.

“By not commenting on the substance of the allegations by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Buckingham Palace has missed an opportunity. To further demonstrate to Britons and the world that she understands the monarchy’s long and troubled history on racial issues.” Quast said as called by Forbes.

There is now another theory that says that House of Windsor is waiting for the remaining three episodes to air on December 15th. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle did not aggressively attack the monarchy in the first volume. So in the second part some serious accusations are to be expected.

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