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Paul Burrell, as a man butler of Lady Diana, experienced Prince Harry tiny. Today, he regards his attitude and that of his wife Meghan Markle. He speaks of "dagger in the back" and "juicy gossip" against the royal family.
The. Starting with some members of the royal family, and former relatives of the close circle of . In and his controversial comedian marriage , it is today the language of Paul Burrell who delusions. He was none other than the old butler of , Harry's mother, who knew him small. In a rather critical interview with the English version of the Closer magazine, this former Royal employee is against the attitude of the . For him, they went guilty of betrayal by spying the secrets of the palace, while their function required precisely to keep it.
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Harry and Meghan broke the fantasy around the British royal family
He Tonne: "Part of the fascination for the royal family and his popularity is based on the fact that no one knows this It's really happening once the doors closed. And when Harry and Meghan share insights from this life, it's shocking, outrageous, and people love to hear about it ". For Paul Burrell, it is clear:, but mostly exploited the marketing power of their own family to feed both their image of marginal and to bring down the old principles of the monarchy the more famous of the planet. The old butler sees no other conclusion than the following one: "They escaped from the royal family and resumed their freedom, but in reality, they will always be chained by the fact that being members of the royal family is the only thing that makes them interesting ".
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The spouses of Sussex have "worsened their quarrel" with the monarchy
but, always as bitter, he adds: "play on these links, it is stabbing the family in the back, and worsening their quarrel" . Especially since a future event is again to fear. Because he could still peel the image of the queen and his. This is the publication of brother's memoirs of the. These should in his eyes participate in the pile of "Juicy Ragots" who have been invencing things for several years. Paul Burrell concludes: "I imagine that Harry's book will be even more shocking than he has been able to say so far, because that's what the publishers" .
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