Zara Tindall Confronts Meghan Markle, Urges Her To Leave Princess Anne Alone: Rumor
Zara Tindall allegedly confronted Meghan Markle amid claims that the latter is accusing Princess Anne of being racist.
In its April 19 issue, New Idea claimed that even though Markle didn’t name-drop Princess Anne, Tindall knew that she was referring to her mom during her interview with Oprah Winfrey.
“Her mother is no racist. Though she did have some valid concerns about whether Meghan was suitable for Harry and fears Meghan had done a number on Charles and the queen. Because of this, Zara never trusted Meghan,” the source said.
Last month, Lady Colin Campbell also claimed that Markle was referring to Princess Anne when she said that some members of the royal family had concerns over her son’s skin color.
However, the royal author also said that the Duchess of Sussex must have misunderstood Princess Royal’s real concern. After all, Princess Anne wasn’t worried about Archie’s skin color.
She was worried that Markle and Prince Harry’s children won’t be raised to follow royal rules and traditions because of the former actress’s tendency to break the rules.
With this, the tabloid’s source said that Tindall will never be able to forgive Markle for her unfounded allegations. After all, everyone knows that her mom is one of the hardest working members of the royal family. And for Prince Harry’s wife to undermine her makes Tindall’s blood boil.
According to the source, Tindall has also vowed to never invite Prince Harry and Markle to Gatcombe Park ever again. Unfortunately, she is forced to reunite with her cousin because they will be attending Prince Philip’s funeral on April 17.
Reports revealed that Prince Harry arrived in London on Sunday. He was by himself because Markle opted to stay back in the United States with their son, Archie.
The Duke of Sussex still hasn’t reunited with his family members because he’s quarantining at Frogmore Cottage.
According to Fox News, Prince Harry is just a guest at Frogmore Cottage because the house now belongs to Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank. The royal couple moved into the property just before they welcomed their firstborn last month.
Princess Eugenie, Princess Beatrice, Prince William, Kate Middleton, Prince Charles, Camilla Parker Bowles, Prince Andrew, Prince Edward, Sophie, Countess of Wessex, and Queen Elizabeth will attend Prince Philip’s funeral at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle on Saturday.