Lady Anne Glenconner (91 years old) is one of the closest confidants of the British royal family. For many years she accompanied Princess Margaret around the world as lady-in-waiting. Now I talked about Duchess Meghan.
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- Lady Anne Glenconner likes to share her opinion when it comes to portraying the royal family ‘correctly’.
- She was Lady Margaret’s lady-in-waiting for more than 30 years and was also a confidant of the late Queen Elizabeth.
- Glenconner said Meghan had wrong ideas about life in the British royal family.
if Mrs. Anne Glenconnerwho was once born Anne Tennant, talks about details, and listens closely.
Finally, Queen Elizabeth’s childhood friend, who was also Princess Margaret’s lady-in-waiting and a close friend, can reveal some juicy details.
Over the course of her life, the 91-year-old published several books about the nobility and her life under the Crown. Her first work, A Lady in Waiting, was a haunting look at life around the royal family.
Lady Glenconner: ‘Meghan had no idea’
It was also she who introduced Princess Margaret, then 43, to 25-year-old Sir Roddy Llewellyn, with whom she had an eight-year relationship.
When the first season of The Crown aired on Netflix, she publicly supported the royal family. Lady Glenconner expressed her anger at the TV series. She watched all the episodes but couldn’t find any truth in them. Princess Margaret in particular was misrepresented.
Now Glenconner is also putting Meghan Markle in the “right light” and mocking her. In the Podcast “Rosebud with Giles Brandreth” She said she “thinks Meghan’s problem was that she had no idea what was really expected of her.”
There is no golden carriage for Duchess Meghan
It is said that Meghan entered the royal family naively, believing that she would be like a movie star, and that after her wedding to Harry, she would be driven in a golden carriage.
According to Mrs. Glenconner, being a member of the royal family is very boring. Moreover: she feels “terribly sorry” for Harry. This opinion will also be held in the USA.
During the coronation of King Charles III. I sat next to American politician John Kerry. When Kerry asked what people in the US thought of Harry and Meghan, he reportedly replied:
“We are all very sorry Harry. “I think I can leave it at that.”
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