Meghan Markle, Prince Harry Shock: Sussexes Allegedly Furious Over Double Standards, Can't See Difference With Their Ventures Compared To Other Royal Family Members, Royal Expert Neil Sean Claims

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry stepped back from their royal duties two years ago. However, the royal couple allegedly felt the double standards, and they were livid about it.

Meghan Marke And Prince Harry Allegedly Furious And Don't See A Difference In Their New Ventures With Other Royals

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are living the lives they want in California. However, the royal couple is allegedly "secretly furious" because they couldn't see a difference in what they are doing compared to the other members of the royal family. They reportedly felt that they always received negative headlines.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were allegedly referring to the Prince of Wales and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall's upcoming appearance on the British series Eastenders. The Sussexes it was just similar to what they do, but they were criticized. So, they allegedly felt the double standards.

"A close, very close, a source tells me that they're [Meghan and Harry] very kind of mismade [at the] way that whatever they do is seen as negative, bad and basically trashy, whilst something similar, you know it could be Charles and Camilla, it's lauded, it's applauded and that's the baffling bit," royal expert Neil Sean said on his YouTube Channel, Express reported.

He noted that the Duke of Sussex doesn't seemingly understand the difference.

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"According to a very good source in Montecito, and as ever we say allegedly, basically Meghan and Harry can't understand the difference between what they did with Ellen, particularly, you know, when Prince Harry was making fun in the orange outfit, trying to promote the Invictus Games," Sean continued. "What's the difference, they are just showing a fun side, trying to market themselves, and of course get their projects off the ground."

Sean added that the Sussexes are "non-royals." Meanwhile, Prince Charles and Camilla are the future King and Queen Consort of England, Scotland, Ireland, and Wales and that makes a huge difference.

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"There is a vast difference when they think about it," Sean said. "They're [Charles and Camilla] not doing it for money, they're doing it basically to raise profile and to show a fun side. It's nothing about business, it's about a reality, soaps [are] meant to show partly a reality."

The stars of the Eastenders were reportedly thrilled with the royals' presence on the show. Sean also believed that the addition of Prince Charles and Camilla for a particular episode would give the program a lot of ratings.

"There's no fee at the end of it," he noted.

"Meghan and Harry's team, as ever, are very quick, as we ever we have to say allegedly, to downplay fun things that the British monarchy are doing," Sean added.

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Have New Netflix Docuseries

Meghan Markle's animated series Pearl was among the shows axed from Netflix as the streaming company worked on canceling some projects to increase its revenue. However, they are making an "at-home with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex-style," Page Six reported.

The program is allegedly "much juicier." The outlet noted that cameras were allowed behind the scenes at the Sussexes Montecito mansion. The cameras also accompanied the Duke and Duchess of Sussex when they flew to New York City last September.

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Some were wondering if the new docuseries was a reality show. The Sun previously reported that the royal couple would be filming a reality show and give their fans a "glimpse into their lives." But the Sussexes were quick to shut down the rumors.

"The Duke and Duchess are not taking part in any reality shows," a spokesman for the couple told People in a statement at the time.

There is still detail about Prince Harry and Markle's new Netflix docuseries.


Stay tuned for more news and updates about Meghan Markle and Prince Harry.

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