A book alleged that Meghan and Harry ‘felt marginalized’ after missing any of the family shots during the Queen’s Christmas 2019 address.
Finding Freedom claims the couple were horrified when a photo of them and their son Archie did not appear on the desk in a snapshot of Her Majesty as she spoke.
Omid Scobie and Caroline Durand wrote how he made Harry and Meghan feel that they had “always been marginalized by the establishment and not an essential part of their future”.
They continued: ‘One did not have to look further than the family portraits displayed during the Queen’s Christmas Day address. In the green drawing room of Buckingham Palace, where the Queen gave her speech, viewers shed light on portraits of Cambridge and their children, Charles, Camilla and Prince Philip. A black and white photo of George VI.
Notably absent was the image of Harry and Meghan and their new baby, Archie. Palace sources insisted that the images were chosen to represent the direct line of succession, but for Harry and Meghan, it was another sign that they needed to look their own way.
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