Since the book ‘Harry: Conversations with the Prince’ by Angela Levin was published, it has given a lot to talk about as, after all, it has addressed many controversial, unique, and/or curious questions about Prince Harry himself, the protagonist of the book.
Over time, various stories have emerged about the British royal, although some have been more talked about than others.
One of the ones that has drawn the most attention recently, although the issue arose in 2016, was the infidelity that the prince committed against his wife, Meghan Markle.
It was with British model Sarah Ann Macklin.
Harry and Sarah Ann Macklin
At the time, various media claimed the son of Charles III of the United Kingdom was very interested in her.
“He met Sarah Ann Macklin at a party and they left together that night,” wrote the book’s author, Angela Levin, in one of the chapters dedicated to infidelity.
According to her, it could have been something more serious, since they went on several dates.
“During the early days of his relationship with Meghan, Harry went on dates with Macklin,” she explains.
“They met at a private party and he did everything he could to get her phone number. Then, he bombarded her with text messages.”
So, that seemed to be more than a one-night stand, as Harry thought she was a great woman.
He met with her on several occasions, although at the time he had already been linked to Meghan Markle.
This dynamic would have continued until the moment when the prince traveled to Africa, at which point it would have all ended.
What went wrong
Apparently, the trip was a motive, but not the only one, as their lifestyles were quite opposite.
“A friend of hers told me: ‘They tried, although they were very different. She led a very healthy life and hardly drank. It was a matter where they were on a completely different wavelength’,” Angela Levin reveals in another portion of the book.