Meghan and Harry made ‘dangerous’ point about Queen that ‘went unnoticed’

Meghan and Harry made dangerous point about Queen that went unnoticed
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Prince Harry told Oprah in a clip released after the bombshell interview with himself and Meghan Markle aired – “when you’re head of the firm there is people around you that give you advice”

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry made a “dangerous accusation” in their interview with Oprah that has so far been ‘little noticed’, it is reported.

Harry explained in the bombshell interview that when you’re head of the Firm, there are people around you that give you advice.

But he claimed that “some of that advice has been really bad”.

A journalist for The Mail on Sunday said: “They [in Windsor] are also concerned by one particularly dangerous accusation that has, so far, been little-noticed.

“This was the insinuation by the Sussexes to Oprah that there is some sort of distinction between the Queen – whom they have been at pains to say is blameless – and the institution of Monarchy itself.”

In a clip released after the main interview aired, Harry recalled an incident when he and Meghan had been invited to stay with the Queen on January 6, last year, but that the invitation was revoked the moment they landed in Britain.

Harry said his grandmother had personally invited them to Sandringham for a “chat, tea and dinner” and to stay overnight as they flew back from Canada for the first time.

But it’s claimed the invitation was cancelled when they landed.

Harry and Meghan had been staying in Vancouver, where they celebrated Christmas, while the details of their departure were thrashed out.

Harry and Meghan said they’d been invited for tea with the Queen before the invitation was cancelled (Image: AFP via Getty Images)

The couple say the Queen had told them to head to Norfolk to see her the “moment they land”, before the invitation was taken back.

“My grandmother had said ‘the moment you land, come up to Sandringham, we’d love to have a chat, come for tea, why don’t you stay for dinner because it’s going to be a long drive and you’re going to be exhausted?”‘

He said “the moment we landed in the UK” he got a message from his private secretary at the time, passing on a message from the Queen’s private secretary.

He said it was “basically saying ‘please pass on to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex that he cannot come to Norfolk. The Queen is busy, she’s busy all week’.”

Prince Harry insinuated that the Queen gets bad advice from people around her (Image: POOL/AFP via Getty Images)

Oprah said: “After she’d just invited to you?”

Harry replied: “She’d just invited me. ‘The Queen is busy, she’s busy all week, do not come up here’.”

Harry added that when he called the Queen from Frogmore Cottage to ask her what had happened, she told him that she had something in her diary that she didn’t know she had.

He said he asked about the rest of the week, and his grandmother had replied that she was busy then too.

The Queen with Meghan and Harry during a past royal engagement (Image: POOL/AFP via Getty Images)

But Harry explained that he didn’t want to “push back” because he knew what was going on.

Harry didn’t blame the Queen personally for this incident, but claimed he felt the Queen was given “bad advice”.

Orpah asked: “Doesn’t the Queen get to do what the Queen wants to do?”

Harry replied: “When you’re head of the firm there are people around you that give you advice.

“And what has also made me really sad is some of that advice has been really bad.”

But a Mail journalist said it was no wonder Palace aides were ‘furious’.

A source told the newspaper: “Her Majesty can do – and does do – what she chooses.”