Meghan Markle is allegedly planning to dump Prince Harry and leave him stranded in America, a royal biographer has claimed.
The Duchess could reportedly demand full custody of her children, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet, from the Duke if the couple's breakup happen.
The Duchess of Sussex is slowly separating herself from the Duke and is hoping to take full custody of their two kids, according to Angela Levin.
Meghan and Harry's relationship has been rumoured to be on the rocks in recent weeks following a number of high-profile incidents, which has led to speculation they would soon split.
The California-based couple did not publicly celebrate or mark their fifth wedding anniversary on May 19, according to the Scottish Daily Express.
Levin, speaking about the couple's relationship on GB News, claimed that their marriage had "disintegrated very badly", adding that: "I think she's a careful plotter, and my feeling is that Harry is actually doing something that is negative, that's upsetting, that will make you feel he hasn't succeeded, that is very lowering."
She continued: "Meghan is going the other way and going around in gold and going to perhaps get a big part in a film and having a very good new agent."
Levin went on claiming: "In my opinion, here is what she is doing, she was making sure that he's in a hopeless situation so that she can get the children and he's completely isolated from his family and friends."
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