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A bombshell new book is set to reveal all about the inner workings of the Royal Family, including claims over break-ups and lies between the Sussexes.
Courtiers: The Hidden Power Behind the Crown is set to release on October 6 and features a number of claims from deep in the heart of the Royal Family.
One of many claims made by the book is that the Sussexes were almost on the verge of breaking up before Prince Harry was forced into announcing the relationship between him and Meghan Markle.
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A panicked Duke of Sussex is said to have been "freaking out" after Meghan offered the ultimatum.
It was not the first instance of interest reported by the book of Meghan's antics, with one allegation saying that the Duchess of Sussex would phone up and abuse one staffer "every ten minutes" on a Friday night.
The anonymous staffer alleged that she would be taken outside "to be screamed at by her and Harry" and that she "could not escape them" and their rage.
Staffers at the time also allege that Meghan was socked that she wasn't receiving payment for Royal tours, with several members alleging they overheard her say: "I can't believe I'm not getting paid for this."
Despite that lack of payment, Meghan is said to have "enjoyed the attention".
Relationships between the Kensington Palace team and Meghan are said to have worsened, with a "disrespect" from Meghan toward the staff.
Meghan Markle 'couldn't believe she wasn't paid for royal tours', claims new book
One staffer took it upon themselves to raise the issue, with the book stating: "People needed to be treated well and with some understanding, even when they were not performing to Harry and Meghan’s standards, they suggested.
"Meghan was said to have replied, 'It's not my job to coddle people.'"
Rude behaviour appeared for Prince Harry also, who is said to have been dressed down by The Queen following a hectic period of wedding preparations for "ringing others to put pressure" on The Queen's dresser Angela Kelly.
The book reads: "Whether Harry swore at his grandmother’s aide, or about her, is not clear. But she wasn’t impressed. She reported all this to the Queen, who summoned Harry to a private meeting."
After an issue over trying tiaras for the Sussexes' wedding, the Queen is said to have put Harry in his place as he was, according to one source, said to have been "downright rude."
It would appear Harry had his own frustrations though, and one was the fear of becoming "irrelevant" once Prince George turned 18, unfavourably comparing himself to Prince Andrew and saying he needed to "move forward".
A nervous Prince Harry is said to have struggled with telling the Queen about his move to America and that of fighting against the media, with the book alleging that Harry had "needed a beer" before breaking the Megxit news.
But one moment between the Duke of Sussex and brother Prince William is said to have "highlighted once again the dysfunction at the heart of so many royal relationships."
The at-the-time Duke of Cambridge was set to meet with Prince Harry, who appeared to get cold feet over the meeting once he realised his brother would have had to inform his private secretary of schedule changes.
He was also said to have been "addicted to Twitter" long before he met Meghan and that he had a "mistrust of the courtiers at Buckingham Palace".
That mistrust appears to have stretched so far as to see the Sussexes lie "about the birth of Archie" in order to escape media scrutiny, with the pair releasing a statement informing the media of Meghan's labour, despite the fact that she had "given birth some eight hours before."
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