It took Camilla several years to get in the good graces of the other members of the Royal Family and also to be appreciated by the British.
However, with the passage of time it became clear that the Duchess of Cornwall was decisive in various critical situations which concerned the ‘Firm’.
In particular, as the Mirror reports, it seems that Camilla played a key role before Meghan Markle’s wedding, succeeding with calm, clarity and rationality to guide her husband, Prince Charles, towards “the right thing to do”.
One of the most beautiful scenes of the wedding between Meghan and Harry, celebrated in 2018, is precisely the one that sees Prince Charles accompany Meghan along the aisle of St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle.
During the emotional ceremony, Prince Harry was seen whispering “thanks Dad”before turning to meet his bride.
However, according to a source, this moment is so touching it would never happen without the providential intervention of Camilla.
“It was the right thing to do”: Camilla’s credit
“I know that Camilla did her best by providing all her support to Carlo, who he was deeply troubled – lets the source know to Vanity Fair – When Meghan was having a difficult time with her father, Camilla made sure that things could go for the best. It was she who told Carlo to accompany Meghan down the corridor it was the right thing to do”.
Meghan’s father Thomas hoped to accompany his daughter down the aisle but was unable to travel to Windsor in time as he had to undergo heart surgery just a few days before the ceremony.
“I can’t think of a better replacement for Prince Charles – he later told Good Morning Britain – He looked very handsome and my daughter was beautiful with him. I was jealous, I wish I was there, I wish it was me. But thank God, Carlo was there with her ”.
About 18 months later, in January 2020, the Sussexes shocked the world and the royal family by announcing their decision to give up real duties. Subsequently, Meghan and Harry know moved to the United States, California, where they live surrounded by Hollywood stars.
Will Harry and Meghan really go home?
Earlier this month the former editor-in-chief of Vanity Fair, Tina Brownsaid Prince Harry and Meghan Markle may still return to Britain to continue the work of ‘modernization’ of the royal family.
As noted, the couple has signed multi-million dollar deals with platforms such as Netflix And Spotify, even if things are not going very well: the leaders of both services do not seem at all satisfied with the agreement with the Sussex. Suffice it to say that among the cuts made by Netflix there is also Pearlthe animated series created by Meghan.