WATCH: Internet Slueths Say They’ve Located “Exact Moment” on Video When Meghan Was Ostracized From Royal Family

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We’ve been told over and over that the rift that occurred between Meghan and the Royals happened 4 days after their wedding.

Now, thanks to a newly released book that added more details to what caused the blowup between Meg and the Royals, internet sleuths believe they’ve actually found the EXACT MOMENT on video when it happened.

Here’s some background:

Meghan and Harry attended a garden party for Harry’s father’s 70th birthday. Upon arrival to the affair, and only 15-minutes in, a very “bored” Meghan was overheard pestering Harry that she wanted to leave.

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Word got back to Prince Charles (Harry’s father), who was angered. During the party, he approached Harry, whispered something in his ear, turned, and walked away as Harry reached out to try and touch his arm. Seconds later, Camilla Parker Bowles (Harry’s Stepmother) walks up and quickly kisses Meghan and Harry “goodbye.”

The duo turns quickly and leaves the party.

It is believed that Prince Charles asked them to leave and this is the “rift” that started the entire “war” and eventually lead to “Megxit” and Harry being ripped away from his family.

You can watch the videos below:

This video is longer but explains everything in a lot of detail.

From Daily Mail

Royal fans are claiming uncovered footage of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry leaving a garden party seconds after speaking to Prince Charles proves ‘drama with the royal family’.

Lady Colin Campbell claims in her new book that the Duchess of Sussex’s rift with other members of The Firm occurred after she told Prince Harry she was ‘bored’ at the garden party hosted for Prince Charles’ 70th birthday and asked if they could leave after 15 minutes.

And now social media users have uncovered the moment that Prince Harry is pulled away by Prince Charles to speak, before he and Meghan say their goodbyes and rush away from the event, which took place days after the royal wedding.

The garden party saw more than 6,000 people, all from the charities and military associations most closely linked with Prince Charles, descend on the grounds of Buckingham Palace for music, speeches.

In the video, which was taken at Meghan’s first royal event after joining the family,.  the Duke and Duchess could be seen chatting with guests at the garden party at Buckingham Palace.

One guest could be seen handing a gift to Meghan, who appeared obliging and could be heard thanking her for the present.

The Duke and Duchess can be seen smiling, and appear happy, before a man who appears to be part of the palace’s staffs approaches the duo and brings Prince Harry over to Prince Charles.

Harry then steps to one side while his father says something quietly into his ear, placing a hand on his arm.

Harry nods and gestures ahead of him before patting his father on the back and returning to Meghan.

The couple go on to say their goodbyes to Camilla and Prince Charles and walk back into the palace, leaving the party.

Social media users were stunned by the video, with some saying it appeared as though Prince Charles was excusing the couple from the event.

I don’t think Meghan’s casual/spoiled/bored American-liberal-elitist style appealed to the Royals.

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June 25, 2020 3:27 pm

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