“is frightened” of Meghan Markle, claimed royal biographer Angela Levin as she spoke about the couple on GB news. The author claimed that the Duke of Sussex is “nervous” when around his wife.

Speaking to GB news host Dan Wootton, Ms Levin said: “It’s well known that Meghan is delightful unless you say something that she doesn’t want you to say and then she is really scary.

“I think he is frightened of her because of the way he looks at her.

“He doesn’t want to say something if she wants to speak.

“If she wants to talk to someone before him then he steps back.

“He is very nervous. I think she commands it all because this is not the Harry he was a few years ago.”

The only reason he is not like that is he is following the request of Meghan.

“He said himself ‘what Meghan wants, Meghan gets’.

“It’s a tragedy because I think that he lets her say and do things that anyone else would say ‘no this is not how it works’ that ‘she is wrong’”.

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The discussion came amidst the latest comment by about the royal couple.

Fergie recently said she has “absolutely no judgement” about the pair.

Talking to Fox 5 New York, she said: “Personally, I feel there should be no judgement on any level. Family unity is very important.

“In life, it’s the three C’s: communicate, compromise, compassion.”

Ms Ferguson also reflected on her own royal difficulties, including her divorce from Andrew which she spoke about with Oprah in 1996 — when she said royal life “is not a fairy tale”.

She added: “I divorced, went to America, wrote a book, went on Oprah, and did 12 years as the longest-running spokesperson of ‘Weight Watchers’.

She added: “So, I believe very strongly that I have absolutely no judgement on any other person’s life, and I look at how much [Meghan] loves [Harry] and loves the children and gives him a love that he’s never had before. That’s how I look at it.”

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