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The Queen And Meghan Markle’s Egg Controversy: Everything You Need To Know


On the morning of Queen Elizabeth II’s death, Prince Harry made the trip to Balmoral without his significant other Meghan Markle, a move that prompted many individuals to speculate, according to The Daily Beast. Over the past two years, the once well-disposed relationship has reportedly turned wild after the Duke and Duchess chose to leave the royal family for a normal life, according to Yahoo! Lifestyle. However many believed that Queen was frantic, her statement in January 2020 was anything but.

I want to thank [Prince Harry and Meghan Markle] for all their dedicated work across this country, the Commonwealth and beyond, and I am especially delighted at how Meghan has become so immediately one of the family. Today it is the hope of my whole family that today’s agreement will allow them to start building a new happy and peaceful life.

Although the tensions were widely discussed, there is a chance that the feud was exaggerated, even after the departure of Megan Markle from the royal family, she had only pleasant comments about the Queen. The Queen, for example, has always been terrifying to me. I should cherish being in her company, said Megan Markle in an interview with Oprah in 2021. She was forever warm, inviting, and welcoming. Be that as it may, before any of the supposed drama happened, Her Majesty had a few words with Meghan Markle one day at Windsor Palace, and it wasn’t about food, she wasn’t allowed to eat.

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Queen Elizabeth II And Meghan Markle’s Egg Controversy Explained

In an event that 1.9 million people tuned in to see, King Harry and Meghan Markle were officially married on 19 May 2018. As is customary, Queen Elizabeth II gave her formal blessing to the former couple in -yearly on March 15, for each City and Country. However the wedding went smoothly, the Queen pulled Megan Markle aside for a brief word in the days leading up to the event. As pointed out by Royal expert and author Katie Nicholl, Megan Markle had mentioned a macrobiotic alternative to the food served at her wedding party. Macrobiotic diets reportedly rely heavily on brown rice, vegetables and beans while discouraging egg consumption, per WebMD.

During a taste test at Windsor Palace, the Duchess claimed she could taste eggs in one of the dishes, one she was assured was without any trace of the ingredient. Convinced that the eggs had somehow advanced into the dish she allegedly claimed, ‘No, I can taste it.’ This is when Queen Elizabeth II entered the room and almost pulled her grandson aside for a confidential discussion, she reportedly said, Meghan, in this family, we don’t deal with such individuals. Meghan Markle’s response to the remark was not reported, nor was the egg content of the macrobiotic dish.

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