When Prince Harry released his memoir Spare, readers were not surprised to find surprising details about the Royal Family members in the book. Sadly, the Duke of Sussex's decision to share such details has led to King Charles kicking him and Meghan Markle out of Frogmore. Here are the details.
Jan Moir Weighs In On Prince Harry's Troubles
King Charles Kicks The Sussexes Out
Recent reports have revealed that the King of England has asked his son and daughter-in-law to vacate their residence at Frogmore Cottage.
When Was The Decision Made?
The decision came after the publication of the Duke of Sussex's autobiography. Hence, Harry and Meghan are drawing up plans to ship their remaining belongings to the US.
Who Will Be Taking Over?
The Windsor property will be occupied by King Charles's younger brother Prince Andrew, who is no longer a working royal after facing scrutiny over his relationship with convicted sex offender, Jeffrey Epstein.
Many Have Shared Their Thoughts Since The Confirmation
Since the news of Harry and Meghan's eviction from Frogmore Cottage made headlines, many Royal experts and British entities have aired their thoughts. One of those to do so is Newspaper Columnist, Jan Moir.
Jan Says Kicking The Sussexes Out Is Splendid
The woman began by mentioning that there was nothing more splendid than the Monarch's compelling response to Harry's controversial memoir, which she tagged "400 pages of petulance.
Jan Explains The Reason For Her Delight
The columnist also explained that it wasn't out of place for King Charles to make such a decision, as his son trashed the Royal Family and entire British nation on "American chat-show sofas."
Jan Says Harry Invaded His Dad's Privacy
Jan went ahead to recall a part of the memoir, which she believed should have been left out, as she considered it an invasion of Prince Charles' privacy.
Details Of The Embarrassing Words
Jan confessed that in Harry's book, he revealed his 74-year-old father traveled everywhere with his teddy bear, was sometimes distant, and failed to get teenage Harry a therapist.
Jan Shares What The King Probably Thought
"I like to imagine Charles muttering, 'I know it was you Fredo. You broke my heart!' as he signed the eviction notice with a fine quill and then firmly pressed his cipher into the hot wax," Jan added.
Jan Might Change Her Opinion About King Charles
The columnist went ahead to praise the king noting that if he continued with such boldness, she would be forced to change her initial opinion that King Charles and his wife would oversee the end of the monarchy.
What Should Be The Monarch's Next Step?
Next, the woman talked about the next thing she believed King Charles should do, for her confidence in him to be totally restored.
King Charles' Next Step Will Restore Jan's Confidence In Him
According to Jan, all the monarch needed to do was to banish the disgraced Prince Andrew to an "ordure-scented bothy on the wilder fringes of the Balmoral estate."
Harry And Meghan Are Displeased
Meanwhile, Jan says the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are reportedly angry about the cruel eviction. However, she wasn't bothered as it was enough to teach them that actions had consequences.
Jan Is Thrilled That Karma Is Paying The Couple A Visit
Overall, Jan was ecstatic about seeing the karma train rattling down the track toward Montecito, California, where Harry and Meghan live.
Jan Thanks King Charles For His Actions
In the publication, she thanked King Charles for giving Harry and Meghan, whom she described as a spoilt manbaby and Lady Macbeth, the kick up their backside.
Jan Says Harry And Meghan Are Selfish
Jan also said the couple was selfish, noting that they caused a lot of harm to the Royal Family. Firstly, the columnist noted that the Sussexes were filming their Oprah interview when Prince Philip became sick.
Harry And Meghan Label Royal Family Members Racist
Next, Jan mentioned that Harry and Meghan made Queen Elizabeth to be burdened with worry and painted the Royal Family with a racist hue.
Harry And Meghan Cannot Have Both Worlds
To Jan, it was surprising that the Sussexes believed they still had a right to Frogmore cottage after everything. But with what has happened, they will learn that they can't have both worlds.