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Prince Harry and Meghan's marriage will 'end in tragedy', says royal expert

Meghan Markle, left, and Prince Harry, right, are said to be in a rocky marriage <i>(Image: PA)</i>
Meghan Markle, left, and Prince Harry, right, are said to be in a rocky marriage (Image: PA)

The relationship between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle is reportedly troubled, with a Royal expert predicting that it will "end in tragedy".

Biographer Tom Bower appeared on Dan Wootton Tonight on GB News, claiming that Meghan is a "scheming woman" who is only interested in using people for her own benefit.

He went on to say that Harry has no idea about the game he is engaged in through their marriage and that Meghan's agenda is so obscure that no one can say what it is, except that "she has got a puppet, and the puppet is Harry".

The Argus: Prince Harry
The Argus: Prince Harry

Prince Harry (Image: PA)

There have been rumours of a split between the two, fuelled by Meghan's absence from royal engagements, such as King Charles’ coronation, and speculation that she had been out partying in LA without Harry.

Petronella Wyatt, a society journalist, tweeted that friends of hers who live near the couple are always bumping into Meghan at parties these days, adding that she tends to leave Harry at home.

According to Bower, the marriage is doomed between the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, with Harry and Meghan running into "one major problem after another".

Prince Harry recently made another solo trip to the UK and stayed in Frogmore Cottage, the royal residence gifted to him and his wife by Queen Elizabeth II after their wedding in 2018.

The Argus: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
The Argus: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle (Image: PA)

Recently, former royal butler Grant Harrold claimed that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle may return to the UK.

Despite their ongoing rift with the royal family, Mr Harrold suggested that the couple could potentially buy a property in the UK so that Harry could visit more often and maintain his association with Britain.

Even though Meghan has no family in the UK, Harry may still want to keep ties with the country, Mr Harrold said.

The 45-year-old former butler told the New York Post: "I'd never say never, it's always possible that one day he might want to come home, it's possible that he might buy [a property] here if he wanted to come over [more] and Meghan didn't want to come over.

"Meghan doesn't really have any family here as such, all her family are in the States and that's where Harry has decided he wants to set up his home."

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex stepped back from their duties as senior royals in January 2020, and have since been living in California.