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Meghan Markle and Harry ’poking bear'– Sussexes ‘tipping point’ warning

MEGHAN MARKLE and Prince Harry are "poking the bear" with their barrage of allegations made against the royalty , with an expert warning the couple's most up-to-date claims may are a step too far.




The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have both made variety of TV appearances within the previous couple of months, which has seen the pair chat about life as senior members of the royalty . aside from the Queen’s response to claims made in their first interview with Oprah Winfrey, the Palace has remained tight-lipped and refused to reply to Meghan and Harry’s damning claims - as is tradition. But a royal expert has claimed the Palace is poised to erupt and should start disputing the allegations made by the Sussexes.


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Rebecca English, the Daily Mail’s Royal Editor, has warned that Meghan and Harry are “poking the bear” with their repeated comments slamming the Firm.


She also claims the Palace could reach a “tipping point” where they plan to publicly answer the allegations.


The MailPlus host said: “The Palace have always gone with the never complain, never explain approach.



“Can we actually expect that to hold on? Surely there'll be a tipping point?"


The expert added: “Buckingham Palace genuinely don’t want to urge drawn into a public slanging match with Harry and Meghan.


“That said, they're poking the bear tons , and other people are right to ponder whether there'll be a tipping point.”


The Duke and Duchess of Sussex made variety of incendiary claims about the royalty in their first TV interview with Oprah, which aired at the start of March.


The couple accused an unnamed loved one of racism, alleged that Meghan received little support when she was feeling suicidal and claimed their son Archie was denied a royal title.


Since then, Harry has opened on his upbringing and spoke of his “genetic pain and suffering”.

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