King Charles Making a Huge Mistake by Evicting Prince Harry, Meghan Markle From Frogmore Cottage? Prince William's Father Went Against Queen Elizabeth, Historian Claims

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King Charles is reportedly getting rid of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. The King sent the Sussexes eviction notice, but a royal expert believed it was against what Queen Elizabeth would have wanted.

King Charles Going Against Queen Elizabeth's Approach?

His Majesty asked Prince Harry and Markle to vacate Frogmore Cottage. The Duke and Duchess' rep confirmed the news.

Royal expert and historian Dr. Tessa Dunlop said the King's decision goes against the Queen's conciliatory style.

She is seemingly against the decision, saying the optics were "terrible."

Dunlop said, per Express:

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"Worse, he has conflated the problem of the Sussexes with that of Prince Andrew by asking the latter to relinquish his larger home, the Royal Lodge, and move into Frogmore Cottage. Big mistake. The optics are terrible."

Dunlop added that the late monarch was working on having Prince Harry and Markle onboard under her reign.

The Elizabeth and Philip, The story of Young Love, Marriage and Monarchy author added:

"The late Queen tried hard to keep Harry on board. Frogmore Cottage was part of that package. She was likewise lenient with Andrew."

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King Charles' Decision Could Diminish Monarchy?

Even if the public opinion is on King Charles' side, Dunlop still believes the move could diminish the monarchy weeks before His Majesty's coronation. King Charles' coronation is set on May 6.

Dunlop also criticized King Charles for caring more about his disgraced brother, Prince Andrew, than his son, Prince Harry. According to reports, the monarch asked the Sussexes to vacate Frogmore Cottage because he would be giving the keys to the Duke of York.

Dunlop told Mirror:

"Charles, in his effort to stamp authority on his reign, has undone those efforts, and by conflating the separate issues of Harry and Andrew through the prism of Frogmore Cottage it looks like our King cares more for his disgraced brother, than his conflicted son and foreign daughter-in-law."

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She added:

"The court of mainstream public opinion may currently be on the King's side, but internationally this move diminishes our monarchy just weeks before invitations go out to Britain's biggest state ceremony of 2023, the coronation. An event where you can now look forward to seeing Prince Andrew, but probably not the Sussexes."

Do you agree that King Charles' decision was against the late Queen's ways?

Stay tuned for more news and updates about King Charles and Prince Harry.

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