Meghan Markle and Prince Harry would ‘rush plans for big projects over dinner & expect them to be done in days’

MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry would “hatch big projects over dinner and expect them to be actioned within days” in the royal family, a source has claimed. 

An insider is said to have revealed that Meghan has “brilliant ideas” but she was always in a “hurry” to bring projects to life. 

The source told Vanity Fair’s Katie Nicholl: “The problem is she and Harry have a tendency to hatch big projects over dinner and expect them to be actioned within days. 

“Meghan had brilliant ideas, but she was always in a hurry and aides had to sit down and explain that foundations and big projects take thought, time and commitment, they cannot be rushed.”

The Duke, 35, and Duchess of Sussex, 38, are currently self-isolating at Tyler Perry’s £15million LA mansion with Archie, after stepping back as senior royals in March. 

The sources claimed that despite any fast-paced plans, some courtiers praised Meghan for her dedicated work ethic. 

However, others are said to have grown concerned that she was taking too much on during her time as a royal. 

Following taking a step back from their roles, the Sussex couple are said to have “learned from the mistakes of the past” and now want to “get the next stage right”. 

Their next steps are said to include becoming global philanthropists and high-profile public speakers, as well as launching their new charitable foundation Archewell.

This comes as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have reportedly signed with the elite Harry Walker agency that represents the Obamas and the Clintons, which could lead to them making millions from speeches. 

The couple are said to be in “no hurry” to launch their foundation as it is “something they want to do for the rest of their lives.”

This follows an explosive new book Royals At War, by journalists Dylan Howard and Andy Tillett, who claimed Meghan had “very high standards” and her “Hollywood gung-ho attitude” caused tension between her and some royal aides. 

They claim her “West Coast energy” included 5am starts and “text message bombardments” to staff. 

An insider told the authors: “Meghan can be difficult. She has very high standards and is used to working in a Hollywood environment. However, there is a different degree of respect in the royal household.”

We shared how Meghan was pictured in unseen photo from 2019 African royal tour smiling alongside chef.

And Meghan called a black teen ‘set on fire by four white men’ to offer ‘support and comfort’.

In more Royal Family news, the Queen sassed chef Rick Stein after he cooked for her – but he praised her ‘great sense of humour’.

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