Harry and William ‘too late’ to reconcile as ‘Meghan playing victim’ – author

The fractured relationship between Meghan Markle and members of the Cambridge family have been labelled "too late" to salvage due to "Meghan's tendency to play the victim" one biographer has said.

Biographer Tom Bower went on record with a new bombshell autobiography that claimed Markle was busy "playing victim" and had caused a permanent rift with Prince William and Prince Harry.

Bower, whose book Revenge: Meghan, Harry and the War Between the Windsors released last week, alleged that Meghan had convinced Harry that staff complaints were not just "outrageous" but invented to "undermine her".

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The latest line from Bower's book comes as the unauthorised biography causes shockwaves to life in the Royal Family.

Speaking to OK!, Bower said that the relationship between the Cambridges and Sussexes broke down and that it was "too late" for a reconciliation as "Meghan's tendency to play the victim" would prevent it.

Bower explained: "At the heart of their divergence was Meghan’s unwillingness to be part of a team. There was no intimacy.”

The strain that Bower claims has been placed on the brothers comes alongside others made in the biography, including Palace officials allegedly trying to prevent Harry from contacting William.

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Claims over the breakdown between the Sussexes and William and Kate were also noted by body language expert Judi James, reporting the alleged moment the breakdown between the two families was spotted during a Royal Foundation event.

She told the Express: "The problem was we had an established team of three (Harry, Kate and William) taking on a fourth member in Meghan.

"The Royal Foundation was clearly a much-cherished long-term project of Kate and William’s, with both offering strong signals of support and loyalty to one another as they spoke."

Representatives for Meghan and Harry have been contacted but both the Sussexes and Buckingham Palace are yet to make a comment on the book.

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