Expert Speculates on the Durability of the Royal Couple's Union
Graydon Carter, the former editor of Vanity Fair, has voiced his views on the marriage of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. Carter, a seasoned Canadian journalist, has suggested that the longevity of their union may be measured in "years not decades."
Carter's remarks insinuate that Meghan, 42, has exploited her royal husband's status for personal gain, both in terms of power and wealth. "I would measure the duration of the marriage in years rather than decades.
I think she has run rings around poor Harry and gotten what she wanted: notoriety, money, and a title. His usefulness to her diminishes daily,” he stated.
Adding to his predictions, Carter also foresees a potential shift in Meghan's career from acting to reality television.
He believes that if a "Real Housewives of Montecito" show were to be conceived, Meghan would be an ideal candidate.
These comments arrive shortly after Phil Dampier, a royal family correspondent for over three decades, expressed his concerns about Prince Harry's well-being.
Dampier suggests that Harry, 39, might be feeling lonely and isolated in California, an alleged strategy by Meghan to distance him from his friends and family.
Harry and Meghan tied the knot in 2018, in a star-studded ceremony attended by celebrities such as Idris Elba and Victoria Beckham.
The couple made headline news in 2020 when they decided to step down from their royal duties and relocate from the UK. They now reside in Montecito, California, with their two children, Archie, four, and Lilibet, two.