MEGHAN Markle “wasn’t a fan of England” and felt that Brits “didn’t understand her”, a royal expert has sensationally claimed.
The American divorcee’s marriage to King Edward VIII in 1937 meant he became the first-ever monarch to abdicate, changing the path of history – and eventually leading to Queen Elizabeth II ascending to the throne.
The author of Prince Philip Revealed: A Biography said: “Wallis hated England. She hated the climate and felt people didn’t understand her or her sense of humour.
“In the case of Meghan, I think she very much felt that the British people didn’t understand her or particularly liked her.
“And I don’t think she was a great fan of England either. Her home is California and that’s where her heart is.”
After Megxit was announced in January, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle temporarily lived in Canada before fleeing to Los Angeles as the coronavirus crisis took hold.
In August, the couple moved into a £11m mansion in Montecito which insiders claimed would be their “forever home”.
Following the Sandringham Summit in January, The Queen issued a statement praising Meghan’s charity work in the UK and how she had adapted to life as a Royal.
Her Majesty said: “I want to thank [Prince Harry and Meghan Markle] for all their dedicated work across this country, the Commonwealth and beyond, and am particularly proud of how Meghan has so quickly become one of the family.”
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