Harry felt William and Kate didnt make Meghan feel special enough expert says

Prince Harry felt his brother William and Kate Middleton didn't make his wife Meghan Markle "feel welcome enough" during her first Christmas with the Royal family, an expert has claimed.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were invited to Sandringham Estate, the Queen's country residence in Norfolk, for Christmas celebrations just months after they started dating in 2016.

The move was considered a break with tradition, with royal partners previously having to wait until they are married before being allowed to spend Christmas with the Queen and the rest of the family in Norfolk.

But it's been reported that Harry was not happy about the arrangement during the three-day stay, as he allegedly complained that it did not make Meghan "feel special enough".

Katie Nicholl, royal correspondent at Vanity Fair, said in ITV's new documentary Harry and William: What Went Wrong that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridges had pulled out "all the stops" to welcome Meghan.

She said: "It was the Prince of Wales who suggested to William that it might be a nice gesture to invite Harry and Meghan to Anmer, which they did.

"By all accounts the Cambridges pulled out all the stops, they made Meghan her favourite food, they gave her a wonderful room, they gave her a very warm welcome.

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"But I was told from sources close to the Sussexes that Harry particularly felt that the Cambridges had not rolled out the red carpets sufficiently for Meghan.

"They hadn’t made her feel welcome or special enough."

In the same documentary, royal biographer Penny Junor claimed the Duchess upset people and wasn't "as charming as she seemed" after joining the Royal Family.

She added that Meghan should have "gone to a psychiatrist instead of Oprah" after becoming suicidal.

"Our royal family are not celebrities," the author commented.

"They are working members of a public institution."

Representatives for Harry and Meghan have been approached for comment.

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