Meghans Markles royal marriage is fairytale gone horribly wrong, says Succession star

Meghan Markle’s marriage to Prince Harry was a “fairy tale that went horrible wrong”, legendary actor Brian Cox has sad.

The former Suits actress married the now-Duke of Sussex back in 2020 and the couple now has two children: Archie, three, and Lilibet, one.

While the couple often seem loved-up on public appearances together, they have faced a number of rocky times together and famously quit Royal life in 2020.

They've since spoken out on the troubles they've faced, discussing their relationship with Harry's family in their Netflix series, Harry & Meghan. Most recently, they have been at the centre of controversy as Frogmore Cottage, which had been a gift from the late Queen Elizabeth II, was taken away from them.

Plenty of famous faces have weighed in on the pair's drama, with Serena Williams supporting the couple while others, such as Piers Morgan and Jeremy Clarkson, have slammed them.

Now, Succession's Brian Cox has thrown his support behind the Sussexes.

In an interview with the Radio Times, the 76 year old actor said he has “enormous sympathy” for US-based Harry and Meghan.

Brian, who earlier this month was videoed screaming on a red carpet, said: "They're the product of an institution which is moribund and shouldn't exist any more.

"But that's a difficult situation where she comes from, and it's understandable that she sees something – and it does look like a fairy tale. But it was a fairy tale that went horribly wrong."

He also dubbed Harry, 38, and Meghan, 41, as “victims” while claiming having a Royal Family "doesn’t make any sense" in 2023.

His comments come amid speculation over whether Harry and Meghan will attend the Coronation of King Charles in early May.

The couple have received an invite but are yet to reveal if they will be jetting to the UK for the occasion.

“I can confirm The Duke has recently received email correspondence from His Majesty's office regarding the coronation,” a spokesperson for the couple previously confirmed. "An immediate decision on whether The Duke and Duchess will attend will not be disclosed by us at this time."

Earlier this week, royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams told OK! that should Harry and Meghan decide to come, they won’t have a “large part" in the day.

On a potential reunion between Harry and his brother Prince William, Richard explained: “This will be organised in a way that protects the dignity of an occasion which has deep religious significance.

“The British are uniquely good at orchestrating and arranging ceremonial events, which will be reflected.

“William and Kate will be an important part of the ceremony and it is reported William will be doing a homage to King Charles.

“There's no doubt that William and Catherine will have a pivotal role."


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