Meghan Markle ‘played Prince Harry like a piano’ & got ‘everything she wanted’, says Lady Colin Campbell in cruel blast

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MEGHAN Markle “played Prince Harry like a piano” and “got everything she wanted”, a royal author has claimed in a cruel blast.

In her latest jibe at the couple, Lady Colin Campbell described the Duchess of Sussex as an “operator”.

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Speaking to the Daily Star Online, Lady C said: “I do think Meghan and Prince Harry are in love.

“She played Harry like a piano, hitting the right keys until she got everything she wanted.

“Very quickly on how Meghan was cutting a swathe through Harry’s social life, she didn’t approve of this, she didn’t approve of that, she is an operator.”

Meghan, 39, and Harry, 36, started dating in July 2016 and were married two years later, before starting a new life in LA earlier this year.

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Lady C says the first signs of trouble arose just four days after their May 2018 wedding at Windsor Castle, when the Duke and Duchess of Sussex started “cutting deals”.

The author says there’s “no way” the Queen would have supported this as royals should be “above commerce”.

Meghan and Harry stepped down as senior royals in January and have since signed an £112 million deal with Netflix – as well as taking up public speaking opportunities.

Dan Wootton recently argued Harry has swapped duty and family for cash with his Netflix deal, saying the move shouldn’t be celebrated.

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