Prince Harry and Meghan Markle ‘face permanent exile from Royal Family’ after bitter rift with The Firm revealed in book


PRINCE Harry and Meghan Markle reportedly face permanent exile from the Royal Family after bad feelings towards The Firm have been aired in a bombshell new book.

Sources have suggested this could be the final straw after grievances have been laid bare in Finding Freedom.

Sources have suggested Prince Harry and Meghan could find it hard to be welcomed back into the fold

The couple stepped back as senior royals earlier this year

The book, which the Duke and Duchess claim to have not been involved with, reveals details of family disputes.

And sources have told the Daily Mail this latest upset could likely destroy any chances of them coming back into the fold for good.

A royal household source said: “The door will always be open to them as much-loved members of the family. 

“But it’s hard to see how they can now salvage the new role they wanted as ‘hybrid’ royals, running commercial careers alongside royal duties from the US.”

And another said: “The review period has not yet been discussed but it doesn’t seem if there is any way of going back now. Some very private family matters have now been aired in public, seemingly with their blessing. That will be hurtful.”

But others suggested “it was all to be expected”, with the hopes within the family now that the couple “have got whatever they want to get off their chests now”.

The book, which is due for release next month, will chart the events leading up to the couple’s departure from the UK.

Author-Journalists Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand have had access to more than 100 people for the book and sources say it will portray the Sussexes in a positive light.


The new book, Finding Freedom serialised in The Times, tells how Meghan was driven to Harry’s cottage in Kensington Palace for a cosy night in after he told a pal she was “ticking every box fast”.

She had joked after a recent two-year relationship ended before her first visit to London, she’d be happy with “a nice English gentleman to flirt with”.

Harry was left “in a trance” after meeting Meghan for their first date, a pal claimed in the book.

The pair were “in their own little world” for three hours over beers and martinis at London’s Dean Street Townhouse, after being introduced by a friend.

The couple have never shared who it was who set them up on that first date, and within days of the meeting Meghan began to hint at the blossoming relationship.

She posted on Instagram a photo of a Love Hearts candy saying “Kiss Me” with the caption “Lovehearts in #London” – a possible message to Harry.

This weekend we told how Harry and Meghan were branded a pair of “whingers” over their long list of gripes in a bombshell biography.

HOAR Online has gone to Buckingham Palace for comment.

They are now living in the US after moving from the UK

They made the shock announcement in January after spending time abroad

They got engaged in 2017 after dating for more than a year

The couple have said they want to step away from the royal fasmily

The Queen was said to be hurt at their decision