Meghan Markle was allegedly "unresponsive" to Queen Consort Camilla’s advice when she first joined "The Firm." The claim was made by royal author Angela Levin, who has written a new biography on the wife of King Charles III, out on September 29th, titled "Camilla: From Outcast to Queen Consort." The author spoke to many of Camilla’s pals, staff and former colleagues, as well as other palace insiders to tell the story of how she became one of the key members of the British royal family.
Levin first meet the now-Queen Consort in 2015. In 2018, she wrote a book titled "Harry: A Biography of a Prince," which was based on her exclusive conversations with the 38-year-old before his marriage to Markle.
My biography of our new Queen will be out on 29 September. pic.twitter.com/tVG9QT1HCY— Angela Levin (@angelalevin1) September 23, 2022 "Camilla warmly greeted Meghan when she came to London," Levin wrote in an excerpt published by The Telegraph on Thursday. "Prince Charles enjoyed talking to her, especially about the theatre and arts.
Camilla felt the experience she had from coping with public abuse, press insults and frostiness from the Royal family put her in a good place to help Meghan adjust to the restrictions of royal life and was equally keen to help Meghan find her feet." "They had lunches together, and Camilla spent a lot of time offering advice on how to handle the pressure," Levin shared. "She tried to be supportive, was happy to be her mentor and took her out for private lunches.Read more on foxnews.com