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A new book suggests one member of Britain’s Royal Family had some doubts about Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, from the start.
According to a portion of the book “My Mother and I” by Ingrid Seward published in the Daily Mail, Meghan’s arrival was first greeted with enthusiasm.
“One of the few wary of succumbing to her charm offensive, however, was Prince Philip. While the Queen continued to champion Harry’s new love, he warned his wife to be cautious. It was uncanny, he told her, how much Meghan reminded him of the Duchess of Windsor,” the excerpt said.
“As for Prince Philip, he never appeared to change his mind about Meghan. From the moment he detected her apparent similarity to Wallis, he referred to her as DoW (short for Duchess of Windsor),” the excerpt said.
A previous book Seward wrote — “Prince Philip Revealed” — noted how Philip linked the two American women, according to Marie Claire.
“For Philip, whose entire existence has been based on a devotion to duty, it appeared that his grandson had abdicated his for the sake of his marriage to an American divorcee in much the same way as Edward VIII gave up his crown to marry Wallis Simpson in 1936,” the book said.
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