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Meghan and Harry furious about 'double standards' between them and other royals - expert

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle allegedly furious over the "double standards" within the Royal Family based on the backlashes they had from recent televised appearances, an expert said.The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are reportedly struggling to understand the difference of their media ventures and that of other members of the Royal Family.

Fox News Royal correspondent Neil Sean said on his YouTube channel: "According to a very good source in Montecito, and as ever we say allegedly, basically Meghan and Harry can't understand the difference between what they did with Ellen, particularly, you know, when Prince Harry was making fun in the orange outfit, trying to promote the Invictus Games. "What's the difference?

They are just showing a fun side, trying to market themselves, and of course get their projects off the ground. "They are non-royals, so what difference does it make?" He then points out that Prince Charles and Camilla's upcoming appearance on popular soap EastEnders for the Platinum Jubilee Street Party and explained the public's reception of it.

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