Meghan Markle and Prince Harry keep ‘overshadowing other royals’ claims expert

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle "keep overshadowing other royals in a pattern," a royal commentator has claimed.

The pair have been heavily featured in the news recently and one expert thinks they are doing their best to stay there.

Daniela Elser reckons Harry and Meghan overshadowed the birthday of Princess Eugenie, Harry's cousin, last week.

She told News.Au: "Poor Princess Eugenie. Sure she's got an adoring, perpetually ruddy-faced husband who looks like he's head-over-heels in love with her (and just happens to be a tequila ambassador – handy) and an adorable new baby, having introduced son August to the world last month.

"But jeepers, the 31-year-old just can’t quite catch a break.

"This week she celebrated her birthday, a fact Buckingham Palace marked by sharing social media posts that went so far as to include not one but two emojis, the Windsor-equivalent to shouting with glee from the rooftops.

"However, whatever brief moment basking in the public sun Eugenie might have had, was dashed given the very same day (March 23) The Wall Street Journal revealed her cousin Prince Harry had gone out and done the previously unthinkable: He’d gotten a job."

Daniela thinks this might be a pattern after Harry and Meghan announced they were expecting their first child at Eugenie's 2018 wedding in a move that "did not go down particularly well with Eugenie," according to a source.

On April 5 last year the Queen delivered her historic coronavirus address to the nation, and the following day Harry and Meghan told the press they were launching their Archewell foundation.

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Also last year, on November 23, Kate revealed the results of her early childhood project and that more news associated with the undertaking would be released that week.

Two days later, Meghan’s heartbreaking piece about her miscarriage was published in the New York Times.

And December, Prince William and Kate Middleton stepped out with their three kids to attend a pantomime performance for key workers and their families on the 11th, the first time Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis had ever walked a red carpet.

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Days later, Harry and Meghan announced they had signed a deal with Spotify.

Daniela said: "Is this all a matter of coincidence? After all, these are busy people who are constantly out and about doing things.

"Clashing schedules will inevitably happen. Factor in too, the Sussexes do not necessarily have control over when media outlets publish things or social media images get shared.

"Or, is there something more calculated going on here? If the now California-based couple wanted to keep the spotlight resolutely on them, thus trouncing their former palace compatriots, this would be a stellar strategy."

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