Meghan and Harry’s marriage would FAIL in three years, according to Diana photographer.
A ROYAL photographer who spent years photographing Princess Diana has said that he does not believe Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s marriage will last.
Kent Gavin, a friend of the late Princess of Wales, has given his initial thoughts on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s romance.
In May 2018, Meghan Markle, 39, and Prince Harry, 36, married in Windsor Castle’s St George’s Chapel.
Mr Gavin was afraid that the couple would not make it as far as they have after the couple announced their engagement.
“When it was reported that Harry was going to marry Meghan, I told my colleagues and a few people, ‘I don’t give that marriage three years,’” he told Insider. Harry and Meghan recently celebrated their third wedding anniversary as they awaited the birth of their second child, Lilibet Diana.
Meghan “makes the decisions” in the relationship, according to royal analyst Tom Quinn, because Harry is “very fragile.”
Meghan was compared to Wallis Simpson, an American socialite who married Prince Edward, by the royal author.
“Mrs Simpson was a powerful, dominant woman who gave Edward VIII everything his mother hadn’t given him, he was weak just as Harry is vulnerable,” Mr Quinn said in the Channel 5 documentary Meghan at 40: The Climb to Power.
“When a man who isn’t particularly decisive finds a woman who is, or vice versa, they typically get along swimmingly because one takes the decisions and the other follows suit.
“Meghan and Harry get along because Harry is a fragile person who has only known this gilded cage, and he isn’t very worldly.