“Succession” star Brian Cox accused Meghan Markle of marrying into the royal household as a part of life-long “ambitions” to search out her real-life fairytale.
In an interview with Haute Residing New York, the Scottish actor accused the Duchess of being absolutely conscious of the established “system” she grew to become part of and shouldn’t be shocked by the drama she’s stirred up.
“You may’t go right into a system the place someone’s already been educated to behave in a sure form of manner after which simply count on them to chop themselves off,” he instructed the outlet.
“I imply, she knew what she was stepping into.”
Cox, a monarch abolitionist, mentioned the Sussexes — notably Meghan — aren’t fairly as harmless as folks imagine them to be.
The Emmy winner mentioned Meghan “clearly” had an “ambition” when she wed Prince Harry which will have sprouted early in her life.
“The childhood desires of marrying Prince Charming and all that s–t we see as fantasy that may very well be our lives in our desires,” he argued.
Early in her courtship with Harry, Markle fell sufferer to rumors that she was solely pursuing the royal as a way to develop into a UK princess.
Harry satisfied Markle she could be as beloved as his late mom, Princess Diana, was by each the folks and the media, his memoir recounts.
As a substitute, the American actress skilled a jolted transition that shattered her already strained relationship along with her royal in-laws — she and Harry ditched their royal titles simply two years after they wed.
The extent of the couple’s fallout with the Windsors remains to be unknown.
The duo has not but confirmed whether or not they would even attend King Charles’ Could Coronation.
The monarch fully wrote Harry out of the ceremony, solely reserving a royal function for Prince William.
An professional theorized Tuesday that Harry will attend his father’s coronation “alone,” however that Meghan wouldn’t be “courageous or sturdy sufficient” to hitch.
Cox mentioned the couple’s drama is simply another excuse the monarchy must be finished away with.
“For my part, we shouldn’t have a monarchy,” he mentioned. “It’s not viable; it doesn’t make any sense.
“F–ok it, transfer on.”