Meghan Markle Exposes Her Entitled Hollywood Roots As She Slams The Queen
Meghan Markle once again has picked a fight with the Queen. She said there is nothing "legally stopping" her from marketing the word "royal."
Meghan Markle is not too happy about the Queen’s decision to stop her and Harry from marketing the term “Sussex Royal.” In a defiant move that exposes her entitled Hollywood roots, the actress-turned-princess-turned-family-wrecker threw serious shade at Her Majesty the Queen.
Queen Forbids Harry And Meghan From Using “Royal” In Their Branding
It was reported earlier this week Queen Elizabeth is forbidding her grandson and his Tinseltown bride from using the word “royal” in their branding. This didn’t sit well with the pair who left royal life behind to make their own fortune. Meghan and Harry apparently want to capitalize on their royal prestige without having to be limited by their official duties, dress requirements, and the like. The Queen has put her foot down on that plan and Meghan’s reaction exposes her Hollywood character.
The rules are very clear and it shouldn't come as a surprise that The Queen has banned Prince Harry and Meghan Markle from using lucrative 'Sussex Royal' brand that they hoped to use to build new lives because 'they simply cannot sell themselves as Royals'.
— Dickie Arbiter 🇬🇧 (@RoyalDickie) February 19, 2020
“Nothing Legally” Stopping Meghan
The Daily Mail is reporting that Meghan’s not having it. A friend of hers reports that Meghan claims there is “nothing legally” stopping her from using the “Sussex Royal” brand.
Meghan Markle shows her true colors and throws Harry right in the middle of another fiery battle with his family. If she really cared for her husband, she wouldn’t continue instigating these fights. She clearly wants to have her cake and eat it, too.
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From The Daily Mail:
Meghan Markle has told friends there is nothing ‘legally stopping’ her and Prince Harry from using their Sussex Royal name, despite the Queen banning them from using it, DailyMail.com has learned.
The 38-year-old complained to her inner circle that using the name ‘shouldn’t even be an issue in the first place and it’s not like they want to be in the business of selling T-shirts and pencils,’ the insider said.
They added: ‘Meghan said she’s done with the drama and has no room in her life for naysayers, and the same goes for Harry.’
The insider friend also stated, “Meghan said the name of their brand pales in comparison to the foundation they are building and the enormously positive impact it will have on people and the environment.”
Meghan #Markle is actually going to ignore the explicit instruction of Her Majesty the Queen in her pursuit of wealth and fame. This won't go well for the grifter. Mark my words #Megxit
— True Blue Islander (@geniuswriter1) February 21, 2020
“She (Meghan) said regardless of the name, Harry and Archie have royal blood and no one can take that away,” the friend said the entitled actress is telling friends. “And that as a family, they will always be considered royalty.”
Markle doesn’t want to sell t-shirts and pencils, but she is certainly trying to pimp out the royal name for her own personal profit. She is likely to use the brand for her left wing political agenda as well. Royals are strictly forbidden from getting involved in politics. Meghan wanted to stop being a royal but she wants the perks of cashing in the word.
Meghan’s Reaction Causes Stress
Meghan clearly has no respect for the 93-year-old sovereign or 98-year-old Prince Philip. It’s shameful that Harry is permitting his wife to cause his elderly grandparents such stress. She doesn’t care about her own family. Now she is apparently extending that same treatment to Harry’s.
As Kelly Mathews pointed out on Twitter, as entitled as Meghan is, the massive clothing company H&M should probably have a letter preemptively drafted for when Meghan and Harry claim rights to that name, too.
I have a feeling that right now someone at the head office of H&M is sitting there writing a letter that starts with “I’m incredibly sorry but H&M is already taken”… @hm @hmusa #harryandmegan #SussexRoyal pic.twitter.com/5UTDoqXOp6
— Kelly Mathews (@allthingsregal) February 19, 2020