PRINCE HARRY and Meghan Markle are bad by Hollywood standards, according to a royal writer, who joked that the Duchess should go after Elon Musk.
According to royal biographers, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle do not meet Hollywood’s definition of wealth.
Following reports that Meghan is house-hunting in California, Tina Brown suggested the Duchess of Sussex consider trading up her husband.
According to The Santa Barbara News-Press, Meghan and Harry are looking for a “private estate” in Hope Ranch, a wealthy neighborhood not too distant from their current home in Montecito.
When informed of Meghan’s desire for a new residence, Brown, the author of The Diana Chronicles and The Palace Papers, speculated that it might not be the only item the mother of Archie and Lilibet is thinking about replacing.
Yes, and at some time she might be seeking more than just a new home, she added. The only thing I can say is that Elon Musk is still unmarried.
The article said, “The pair may be having trouble assimilating into the opulent lifestyles of their mega-wealthy neighbors,” according to the Telegraph.
It’s not fun to be a D-list star who doesn’t have enough money for them, she remarked. Being around those extremely wealthy folks is a completely different game.
Their $14 million mansion in Montecito, where they reside, is a modest cottage in comparison to what these other folks have.
Brown met with a lot of individuals who were familiar with the inner workings of the Royal family while penning The Palace Papers.
She thinks Harry and Meghan are currently involved in some type of conflict regarding Harry’s need to criticize the Firm in his memoir, which he no longer wants to do.
According to sources, he was attempting to make last-minute adjustments to his explosive book in the wake of the Queen’s passing.
It was also revealed that he received an advance of about £17.5 million ($20 million) as part of a £35 million four-book contract for the “wholly accurate” memoir.
“They are now in this bind, where they have accepted all this money and Harry has signed this book deal where he is supposed to divulge everything about his horrific existence as a prince,” said Brown. “But now he is truly tortured about it because he realizes there is no going back if he does it.”
“I don’t believe there is a way for Harry to get back if the book goes on. Therefore, I’ve always believed that the book won’t be published.
The window is closing, but I always believed that a deal would be struck and Charles would be required to repay the advance to prevent Harry from publishing this book.
Publishers paid $20 million upfront because they knew whatever was written would be big for sales and visibility throughout the world, a source told The Sun on Sunday.
But they added that the initial draft was unsatisfactory since it was a little too sentimental and concentrated more on mental health issues than they had hoped.
“After much time and effort, the final manuscript has finally been completed and approved, and it will be released this year.
Harry, however, has thrown a wrench in the plan since he is anxious to have it modified in light of the Queen’s passing, her funeral, and his father Charles’s ascension to the throne.
“There could be things that, if revealed so soon after the Queen’s passing and his father’s coronation, might not seem so well.
“He wants certain things altered. By no means is it a whole new work. He is compelled to change by all means. It might already be too late.
In the meantime, Meghan, the 41-year-old wife of Prince Harry, found herself in yet another royal book-related controversy.
According to the book Courtiers: The Hidden Power Behind The Crown, her coworkers referred to her as a “narcissistic sociopath.”
The “Sussex Survivors’ Club,” as the aides called themselves, said that Meghan wanted to be “rejected” by the facility.