Meghan and Harry’s honeymoon was postponed because William became “weary of doing all the work.”


Meghan and Harry’s honeymoon was postponed because William became “weary of doing all the work.”

A flashback documentary claims that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry did not immediately flee to an exotic location after their wedding because of Prince William.

At the unveiling of Princess Diana’s statue earlier this month, Princes William and Harry stood shoulder to shoulder. While the brothers attempted to present a unified face in honor of their mother’s 60th birthday, they did not appear to interact much with one another. In an interview with Oprah, Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle, made a series of startling charges against the Royal Family, including that the Duchess had encountered prejudice and was not supported when she struggled with her mental health.

During the interview, the Duke of Sussex also revealed that he and his brother’s relationship is now “space.”

The royal in-laws have been rumored to be feuding since Buckingham Palace announced a division between the Cambridge and Sussex households in 2019.

Shortly after the announcement, rumours surfaced claiming that Harry and William were at odds.

When Harry began having significant feelings for Meghan, William “urged some prudence in a well-meaning brotherly sense,” according to royal biographer Katie Nicholl.

Harry was said to be enraged and hurt by his brother’s remarks.

Things didn’t get any better after that.

The couple postponed their honeymoon after their wedding because Prince William was “weary of doing all the work,” according to the 2018 documentary “Harry and Meghan: the First 100 Days.”

“Everyone sort of anticipated them to sneak off to some exotic island somewhere after the wedding,” royal author Duncan Larcombe remarked.

“Unfortunately for all the royal correspondents who would have been hot on Meghan and Harry’s tails, they were instead forced to watch them at Prince Charles’ 70th birthday celebrations.”

Journalist Helen Kiran-Taylor speculated on the reason for the delay, saying, “I suppose the reason poor Meghan has gone to work full time is because Harry needs to take up some of the slack.”

“I believe Prince William is tired of doing everything.”

The garden party, which took place in May 2018, was glaringly devoid of Kate Middleton and Prince William.

Meghan and Harry left for their honeymoon immediately after Prince Charles’ 70th birthday party on May 22, according to Daily Mirror photographer Ian Vogler.

According to rumors, the couple travelled to Botswana, where they spent their first vacation together. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”


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