The tea about Meghan Markle is continuing to be spilled!!

As we previously shared, Lady Colin Campbell is revealing some very inneresting tidbits about the Suits alum in her new book, Meghan and Harry: The Real Story, including info about Meg’s reported behavior while in Prince Harry‘s social circle!

ICYMI, the author is best known for her 1992 biography of the late Princess DianaDiana in Private: The Princess Nobody Knows. Readers were skeptical at the time at the claims made, but much of what was written was later shown to be true.

The former I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here contestant is sharing alleged details in the book about what went down at the wedding of Harry’s longtime bestie, which fell on Meghan’s birthday in 2018, not even three months after her own wedding. While at the nuptials (pictured above) of Charlie Van Straubenzee to Daisy Jenks, the newlywed reportedly “froze out” fellow guests at the celebration, costing her new husband “most of his friends.”

Ouch!!

Lady C writes:

“A girl went up to Meghan, introduced herself, and said how beautiful she thought she was. She said she knew it was Meghan’s birthday and wished her a happy birthday. Meghan looked at her as if she had committed a great faux pas by speaking to her and walked off. It was so cold.”

She continued:

“Another girl told Meghan how much she admired her, and how wonderful she thought she was that she and Harry were married and how well she thought she was doing. She told her she was rooting for them and wished them well. Meghan’s response? She looked her up and down, turned away without saying a word her out for the rest of the wedding breakfast.”

Also in the book, the author made claims that Prince Charles‘ youngest son “wouldn’t have been allowed to marry” an actress from the US if she had been white, and being biracial actually helped her gain acceptance from higher up royals.

Apparently their union “made the monarchy both reflective and representative of multicultural, multiracial Britain in a way that a white California-born actress who had been a cast member of a popular television series could never have.”

Despite the many struggles Meg went through during her time living in the UK, the Queen seemed to actually be rooting for the romance between Markle and her grandson:

“As a prince once told me, ‘Had Meghan not been a woman of colour, they would never have allowed the marriage. It was the only thing that was unreservedly in her favour.’”

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