Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made their first public appearance in the UK since deciding to step down as senior royals in 2020. Speaking to TalkTV, Angela Levin opened up about the couple’s visit to the UK.
Talk TV host and journalist Mike Graham said: “We managed to get through my entire show yesterday, three hours, not to mention the unmentionables.
“I see this morning that they managed to find their way into some newspapers with a few choice photos, which they obviously knew were taken.”
Mr Graham added, asking Ms Levin: ‘St Pauls will be the first time we’ve seen William and Kate and Meghan and Harry together, if you like, what are you waiting to see.’
Ms Levin said: “Do you know how I felt when I saw them [Meghan and Harry] ‘What are you doing here? you are irrelevant, why are you here’.
“I was very angry when they rolled down the window of the car they were carrying, it was a blackout window and they rolled it down and waved through the window for everyone to see.”
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She added: “These are people who fought for more security, the highest security, but they were happy to roll down the window and wave.
“Why are they doing this?”
She noted that Harry had previously said he “felt like he was in a zoo when he was in the Royal Family”, so “what was he doing” when he got out of the car on Thursday.
The royal biographer added: ‘Why would you do that if you hate being in a zoo.
She described it as “awful”.
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They said they intended to “step back as ‘senior’ members of the Royal Family” and work to “become financially independent”.
They noted that despite this they wanted to continue “in full support of Her Majesty The Queen”.
Since their release, the couple have resided in the United States with their two children, three-year-old son Archie and Lilibet, who will celebrate his first birthday on June 4.
The couple have brought their children to the UK for the visit and it is reported that the Queen has finally met her namesake great-granddaughter for the first time.