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Prince Harry, Meghan Markle 'trying to smash Royal Family and the monarchy down', claims Angela Levin

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Prince Harry, Meghan Markle trying to smash Royal Family and the monarchy down, claims Angela Levin

Angela Levin, a royal commentator and author of several biographies about senior members of the Royal Family, has claimed that Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle "are very determined to show that their way is the best way."

The royal biographer told FEMAIL that the Duchess of Sussex feels 'enormous bitterness' that she wasn’t able to 'modernise' the Firm.

It comes after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced their return to the UK this September to visit two charities.

Commenting on the news, Levin said: 'I've thought for a long time that Harry and Meghan are trying to create an alternative woke royal family, the grandeur and the pomp and circumstance that surrounds them.

'...When they went to America, when they went to the United Nations, and not just as somebody who's interested and curious and one of us but with good credentials. They are people who are very determined to show that their way is the best way.

'And I think Meghan, who doesn't like losing, she likes to win, feels enormous bitterness and resentment towards the Royal Family for not letting her modernize the Royal Family.'

Levin continued: 'I may be wrong, I hope so, but the impression is that they don't want to be royals yet they're hanging on to their titles very, very tightly.

'When Meghan goes anywhere, she always uses her royal title. Now, why do that if you don't actually like the royal family and you wanted to get shot of them?

'So that's why I think there's a big plot and a plan to show how awful the [Royal Family] are. And I think that in Prince Harry's books, and in that terrible interview with Oprah Winfrey, was trying to smash the Royal Family and the monarchy down.'

Angela Levin also shared her knowledge about Prince William, saying the Duke of Cambridge will want to avoid Harry until he's had a chance to read his younger brother's memoir.