- The Duke and Duchess of Sussex want to renew their wedding vows.
- “It will also be a second honeymoon,” I was told, said royal biographer Angela Levin.
- She was attacked by royal scholar Marlene Koinig for spreading information from dubious sources.
A prominent royal biographer has come under fire for spreading unsubstantiated stories about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Angela Levin, author and royal analyst, said: “It is surely not true that Harry and Meghan want to renew their wedding vows, but this time in the United States. “It will also be a second honeymoon” tells me I’m sure Netflix will love it but I wonder how many family members will be invited.
Angela has been attacked by royal researcher Marlene Koinig for spreading information from dubious sources.
When Koinig asked the author about the origins of his claim about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, the author did not respond.
In response to her comments, one user said, “What kind of journalism starts with ‘surely that can’t be true’ and continues with ‘I’m told’? You don’t have verifiable sources? Anyway, do couples really need to renew their vows after just 4 years – the originals still need to be fresh in the oven.
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