Prince Philip Had A Horrible Nickname For Meghan Markle

It doesn’t matter what family we happen to be in, there are likely to be secrets. Some of those secrets will go to the grave and others are eventually repealed, often to the horror of other family members.

Family secrets are normally something that happen to ordinary people, they also happen in royal families as well. This recently came to light after the death of the Duke of Edinburg, who died at the age of 99 in 2021.

Prince Philip apparently had a rather low opinion of Meghan Markle, and it wasn’t revealed publicly until a book was written that spoke about the royal family from an insider’s point of view.

That book, Mother And I, written by Ingrid Seward, was rather telling. Stuart knew her way around the Royal family, because she was the editor-in-chief of Majesty Magazine, as well as being a royal biographer. When it comes to writers in that royal family, she is one of the most respected.

According to a report about an excerpt from the book, the nickname that Prince Philip had for Meghan, who married into the royal family in 2018 was less than savory. He referred to her as the ‘Duchess of Windsor.’

In case you are unaware, that is a controversial title to hold because it was originally given to the American socialite, Wallis Simpson. It was quite scandalous when Wallace married into the royal family in 1937 after marrying Edward VIII, who was the uncle of Queen Elizabeth II.

This didn’t sit well with the Church of England or with Stanley Baldwin, who was the UK Prime Minister at the time. They had even asked that Simpson would not be accepted as Queen because she was a divorced woman.

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