Meghan Markle and Prince Harry “won’t be welcome back in the UK” after they spectacularly quit the royals, Lady Campbell has claimed.
But Jamaican-born British aristocrat Lady Colin Campbell insisted she is “rooting” for Meghan.
The 70-year-old author and one-time I’m a Celeb star told Fox News: “I have said all along, and I still say, I am rooting for Meghan.
“Because I still see where, because of her natural gifts, if she gets her act together, she could still do so much good for people all over the world.
“I try not to show them at their worst, and I also try to show what their possibilities were and still could be. I think they have damaged themselves very badly.
“I think there will be a very difficult way forward, no matter what the way is. I think if they try to come back to this country, they will not be welcomed.
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“I think there is a distinct possibility if they don’t make their great fortune that they were hoping to make in Hollywood, they’re going to have to move on to somewhere else.
“I don’t know what they’re going to do. I suspect they don’t know what they’re going to do.”
Before the bombshell biography Finding Freedom hit the shelves this week, Lady C penned her own tell-all book on the Sussexes.
It comes after the couple stepped back from royal duties in March as they set out to reinvent themselves with more independence.
They have relocated to America where they recently stumped up £11m for a plush nine-bedroom mansion in Santa Barbara.
Lady C, who has written four royal books, claimed the couple should have put up with the attention they received in the press.
She said: “I think they are out of touch with reality. And it’s ironic because they had so much going for them and they had so much prestige. They were the most popular couple in Britain.
“They could have ended up being one of the most revered couples on Earth if they played their cards right.”
Royal writers Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand’s Finding Freedom has offered a glimpse into life behind the palace walls.
Harry was reportedly angry with a “snobbish” William who referred to Meghan as “this girl” when she first entered the frame.
Campbell, who previously published a book on Harry’s late mother, Princess Diana, said she spoke to royals, past and present courtiers, and fellow aristocrats for her latest release.
And she slammed Finding Freedom as “fiction".
She told Fox: “What surprised me the most about Meghan and Harry when I looked into what was really going was what a tremendous opportunity they had to do good all over the world,” she explained.
“And if they were sincere humanitarians, they would know they had an absolutely perfect springboard for doing the most wonderful work and how they were bogged down in petty squabbles.”
The pair broke millions of hearts when they announced their departure from the Firm, in what was dubbed Megxit.
The Sussexes have insisted they were not interviewed for Finding Freedom.
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