Real expert dissects Queen’s ‘warm’ statement about Harry and Meghan

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The Queen is “ leaning back ” to try to help Prince Harry and Meghan Markle after the couple announced that they would abandon royal duties in an attempt to become “ financially independent. ”

Real experts have claimed that a dramatic statement from the Queen had been written to take care of her vulnerable grandson.

In his statement, His Majesty made clear his disappointment at the couple’s decision to renounce their royal duties, but said the royal family “understands and respects” their wishes.

The Queen’s words came after a summit in Sandringham between her, Prince Charles, Prince William and Harry, and it is believed that Meghan called from Canada.

After the meeting in Sandringham this afternoon, an expert claimed that the victory had been for the young Royals.

Penny Junor said the Queen was ‘carefully handling a vulnerable Duke and Duchess of Sussex’ with her statement today

The Queen's statement in its entirety tonight after a day of talks to decide the future of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

The Queen’s statement in its entirety tonight after a day of talks to decide the future of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

The Queen (pictured attending church in Sandringham on Sunday), made clear her deep disappointment at Harry and Meghan's decision to resign in a statement released tonight.

The Queen (pictured attending church in Sandringham on Sunday), made clear her deep disappointment at Harry and Meghan’s decision to resign in a statement released tonight.

Speaking to the Times, royal author Ingrid Seward said: ‘The first round has gone to the Sussex. It feels that the royal family is leaning back to try to help.

This is while real expert Penny Junor said the Queen was “carefully handling a vulnerable Duke and Duchess of Sussex” and that the couple had “got what they wanted.”

“They have decided that Harry and Meghan should leave and do whatever they want, and they will support them.”

He also described the monarch’s words about the future of Harry and Meghan as “friendly and warm.”

The couple, who do not want to receive public funds, will have a transition period in which the Sussex will spend time in Canada and the United Kingdom, but final decisions will also be made in the coming days.

‘I think it’s a positive statement. Sounds friendly and warm, the way the Queen talks so much about the family, ” Junor said.

Ingrid Seward (pictured above) said the Susessex had won the first battle

Ingrid Seward (pictured above) said the Susessex had won the first battle

Penny Junor (pictured) described the monarch’s words about Harry and Meghan’s future as ‘friendly and warm’

“That she supports her decision is very good news.”

She added: “He read me like a grandmother talking about the family.”

The real writer said he gave the couple space to find their perspective.

I think it will take away the pressure. I think they are in a very vulnerable state right now. I think they are unhappy, feel isolated and unloved, not appreciated and need careful handling, ” he said.

“My reading of that statement is that the family has been sensitive to their vulnerability.”

Robert Lacey

Dickie Arbiter, former press secretary of SM The Queen with his daughter Victoria Arbiter

Robert Lacey (left) said the language was personal, while Victoria Arbiter, along with her husband Dickie, said the movement “would probably be revealing.”

Seward, editor-in-chief of Majesty magazine, believes that the Queen’s statement, which uses the word “family” eight times, was intended to be “very kind and very informal.”

“It’s simply the way it is written is extremely informal, and I think it is to make it very friendly,” said the real biographer.

‘And I think it’s pretty gentle. And I think that is probably the whole approach, it is gentle, gentle. And interestingly, she keeps mentioning the family, all the time.

‘Certainly not Oscar Wilde. But I think it’s a very close and rather weak statement, and obviously it’s just so everyone is happy to move on. ”

When asked about the next steps after the statement, Ms. Seward said: ‘He said in the next few days, so that’s very fast for the royal family.

“I think we’ll hear more soon. I think this is a bridge.”

Meanwhile, real biographer and historian Robert Lacey said that language was an immensely personal intervention that is not characteristic of typical palace releases.

He told BBC Radio 4: ‘It’s remarkably practical. I mean it may have been prosecuted through officials, but this is the Queen, talking to her people and talking about her family, and I think going through that is the concern she feels. ”

The couple, who do not want to receive public funds, will have a transition period in which the Sussex will spend time in Canada and the United Kingdom.

The couple, who do not want to receive public funds, will have a transition period in which the Sussex will spend time in Canada and the United Kingdom.

Royal commentator Victoria Arbiter added that the movement would probably be revealing, tweeting: ‘I think it was very surprising, particularly in a statement from the Queen. Do they have to give up their titles? This would be an indication that they are …

The Queen said: ‘Today my family had very constructive discussions about the future of my grandson and his family.

“ My family and I fully support Harry and Meghan’s desire to create a new life as a young family.

“Although we would have preferred them to remain members of the royal family who work full time, we respect and understand their desire to live a more independent life as a family while still being a valuable part of my family.”

‘Harry and Meghan have made it clear that they don’t want to depend on public funds in their new lives.

‘Therefore, it was agreed that there will be a transition period in which the Sussex will spend time in Canada and the United Kingdom.

“These are complex issues that my family must solve, and there is still work to be done, but I have asked for final decisions to be made in the next few days.”

After spending the afternoon gathered in crunchy conversations inside the Long Library of the great house, Charles, William and Harry left Norfolk’s property in separate cars.

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