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Queen Elizabeth II’s Disdain for ‘Evil’ Meghan Markle Comes Out As New King Takes Over Throne

The British media is abuzz with reports of Queen Elizabeth II’s disdain for Meghan Markle. According to a new report, the Queen referred to Markle as “evil” and regretted that her grandson, Prince Harry, ever met her, describing their relationship as a “complete catastrophe.”

The source quoted in The Spectator stated that it was out of character for the Queen to use such a word to describe anyone.

Markle did not attend the coronation of King Charles III, and according to Royal biographer Tom Bower, the Queen expressed relief that Markle was not coming to Prince Philip’s funeral.

Royal biographer Tom Bower revealed what the Queen said about her husband Prince Philip’s funeral: “Thank goodness Meghan is not coming.”

The backstory reveals that the queen considered Markle to be a royal pain-in-the-ass.

“At the drinks before the dinner, a small group were talking to the monarch and she explained that Harry meeting Meghan had become a complete catastrophe and described her as evil,” a source reportedly told The Spectator.

“Everybody’s eyebrows hit the ceiling,” the source said.

“It was out of character for the Queen to use such a word as ‘evil’ to describe Meghan, but she saw straight through her,” the report continued. “It was a startling sentence to hear from the most forgiving woman on Earth.”

Former President Donald Trump also remarked on Markle’s behavior towards the Queen, calling it “disrespectful.”

“I think Meghan has been very disrespectful to the Queen,” Trump said. “How can you be so disrespectful to the Queen? She [the Queen] was incredible, for decades and decades she never made a mistake. I cannot think of a mistake she made, she was never controversial.”

“You cannot be disrespectful to her and I think Meghan was very disrespectful to her, very disrespectful,” Trump said.

Donald Trump also blasted Joe Biden for skipping out on the coronation ceremony.

He wrote on Truth Social: “Joe Biden should have been at the Coronation of King Charles III. Is that really so much to ask? The people of the UK are greatly insulted.

“No wonder we are losing support all over the World. MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!!!”

The former president added: “Good Luck and Best Wishes to the wonderful new King and Queen of The United Kingdom. You are two very Special People.

“May your Reign be a Long and Glorious One. GOD BLESS YOU BOTH!!!”

Jill Biden, the First Lady of the United States, attended King Charles’ Coronation ceremony on behalf of her husband Joe Biden, who had declined the invitation.

During the event, the First Lady was seated at the back of Westminster Abbey with her granddaughter Finnegan Biden, wearing yellow and blue outfits.

While some noted that their placement was far from the center of proceedings, Jean-Pierre highlighted that Biden and Charles had spoken for around 30 minutes the day before the ceremony.

Biden’s decision sparked controversy among Conservative MPs, but White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre insisted that it was not a snub and that the President had a good relationship with the King.

Nile Gardiner, former Foreign Policy adviser to the late former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, however, excoriated Biden for missing the coronation event.

“Leaders from across the world are attending today’s Coronation of King Charles III,” Gardiner said. “Even the French President is there. Notably absent is Joe Biden, who could not be bothered. What message does this send to America’s closest ally? Biden is a petty, arrogant, sneering disgrace.”

It turns out there is more than bad blood between the British Royals and Meghan Markle. The Bidens also appear to have put themselves on bad terms with the new King and Queen.

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