A royal expert who was friends with the late Princess Diana is speaking out this week to reveal how she thinks Prince William views Meghan Markle, the wife of his younger brother Prince Harry.
In a video posted to YouTube, Lady Colin Campbell dismissed a recent story that Meghan and Harry had quietly wished William and his wife Kate Middleton a happy tenth wedding anniversary. Campbell said that she believes this report was a “set up,” and that William does not think highly of his sister-in-law at all.
“My information is that this is a total set up,” Campbell said. “That nobody is pleased or fooled by this supposed good wishes. That in fact, Prince William cannot abide by his sister-in-law.”
“My understanding is that he regards her as lower than the lowest form of pond life,” she added. “And that he is absolutely spitting bricks. Not only about the treacherous way in which she invented all sorts of slurs, slanders and misrememberances to attack the Royal Family unfairly and untruthfully. But also to attack his wife.”
Campbell went on to say that William is livid about claims that Meghan made to Oprah Winfrey in her tell-all interview back in March. At the time, Meghan claimed that it was Kate who made her cry during an argument over bridesmaids dresses before her wedding, not the other way around, as was reported by the press.
“I understand that he regards it as unforgivable that this pushy little scrubber, who has hustled her way up into his family, had the temerity to attack his wife,” Campbell said. “A) knowing that it wasn’t fair and B) that she couldn’t defend herself.”
This comes weeks after Campbell predicted that Harry and Meghan “won’t last.”
“She and Harry won’t last. Once she became the royal Duchess of Sussex, it was off with everyone’s head,” Lady Colin Campbell told Page Six, referring to Meghan. “Disconnected from reality, she lost it. She froths at the mouth when my name is mentioned. But nothing she can do because I made no legal mistakes. With all I stated about her — her background, how she learned about him — I am legally OK.”
Campbell then discussed what she believes will happen if Harry ever wants to make a comeback to the U.K. in an official capacity.
“No matter how disagreeable, the Crown handles situations,” she explained. “hey’ll wait until the situation crystallizes. For now dignity and politesse rule the situation. She’s picked America and a communal property state and has two children. She’s got him. Difficult for him to get out. He’s entrapped.
“Returning, London would act polite. Be received politely,” Campbell continued. “Treated with respect. The Establishment, however, will treat him as a pariah.”