Meghan Markle ‘may be tiring of needy Prince Harry amid couple’s money woes’

Meghan Markle may be "tiring" of Prince Harry and may seek an exit plan within two years, as the couple's "money woes" mount, according to royal experts.

Tom Bower, author of Revenge: Meghan, Harry And The War Between The Windsors, sensationally told Page Six that Meghan may turn to King Charles to negotiate an out from her marriage with Harry.

And this comes as former editor of Tatler, the New Yorker and Vanity Fair, Tina Brown – who was reportedly a friend of Diana, Princess of Wales – effectively mocked the couple's finances publically.

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“There are many now in London who say that [Meghan] is tiring of [Harry]," Bowers told Page Six.

“They speculate that in two years she will say, ‘This is enough’ and should negotiate some sort of deal with [King] Charles to break the marriage.”

And speaking of the Sussexes’ California life, Brown told a crowd at Henley Literary Festival on Sunday, October 9, that their Montecito mansion is a "humble cottage" compared to their neighbours' houses.

She said: “It’s not very pleasant to be a D-list celebrity who, for them, doesn’t have enough money. It’s a wholly different game to be with those super-rich people.

“In Montecito, where they live, their $14 million mansion is a humble cottage compared to what these other people have.”

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The Diana Chronicles and Palace Papers author added: “Yes, and at some point, it might be more than a new house she’s looking for,” before saying: “Elon Musk is still single; that’s all I have to say.”

In Bower's chat with Page Six, he added: “I think the funeral awakened some misery in him that he was so cut off from his family and friends and was an outsider. And I think that puts great pressure on their relationship.”

He also said the Duke “clings” to wife “like a needy man, like a life raft” and that Harry had been left “damaged” and “very disturbed” by his parents’ marriage breakdown and his mother’s subsequent death in 1997.

The Sussexes have been contacted for comment.


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