Meghan Markle may rein in ‘woke’ speeches after seeing Prince Harry’s relationship with family is at risk, expert says

MEGHAN Markle may rein in her "woke" speeches after realising Prince Harry's relationship with his family at risk, an expert has claimed.

Appearing on True Royalty's The Royal Beat, royal biographer Robert Lacey claimed the Duchess of Sussex's recent public engagements has proved that William was "right" to have concerns about his sister-in-law.

The expert – who is a historical consultant on Netflix's The Crown – said: "Meghan is a self-made woman; she become a star; she become a self-made millionairess."

In his new book Battle of Brothers, Robert claims Prince William asked his uncle to warn Prince Harry "not to rush into marriage with Meghan Markle.

Robert said on the programme: "I think when William sat down with Harry and said there could be problems, I think events have proved him right."

However, the expert says Meghan may rein in her upcoming speeches after realising how they could put Harry's relationship with his family is at risk – as the Royals are supposed to remain politically neutral.

The expert continued: "I think that [Meghan] has come to realise how [some of her] speeches risk her husband's relationship with the family and perhaps she may pedal back on some of these more extreme positions."

Earlier this week, Meghan was accused of "ripping off" the Netflix documentary The Social Dilemma when she compared social media to a "drug".

Republican Jason Smith has also demanded the couple be stripped of their royal titles after "interfering in the US election" after they urged the public to “reject hate speech, misinformation, and online negativity" in a Time 100 video special.

In more Royal Family news, Meghan Markle was accused of ‘ripping off’ Netflix documentary The Social Dilemma in speech about ‘drug’ of social media.

And Meghan Markle took Prince Harry on a ‘secret tour of her high school in Los Angeles’ where she performed as a child.

Plus Meghan was ‘desperate to be liked’ and ‘not worried about privacy’ in her now-deleted Instagram posts, an expert revealed.

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