Meghan Markle used to 'boast' to classmates she would be 'Queen of Bolivia'

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Royal author Tom Bower said that Meghan used to “boast” about becoming Queen of the South American country after befriending the son of a Bolivian president at school. A source told Mr Bower that Meghan made the claim in 1993, exactly 25 years before marrying Prince Harry. He said: “Her ambition was never in doubt.

“Influenced by her frequent presence in the studios, she was set upon becoming famous.

“Befriending the son of a Bolivian president at school, Meghan boasted for a few days, ‘I’m going to be Queen of Bolivia’”.

Mr Bower’s book, Revenge: Meghan, Harry And The War Between The Windsors, also recounts Meghan’s childhood friend Ninaki Priddi claiming that the Duchess was “always fascinated by the Royal Family”.

However, in Meghan and Harry’s 2020 interview with Oprah Winfrey, the Duchess said she didn’t know about the British Royal Family growing up.

She told Ms Winfrey that she entered her marriage with Prince Harry “naively”.

She said: “I didn’t grow up knowing much about the Royal Family”, adding that talk about the royals “wasn’t something that was part of the conversation at home.”

Meghan continued: “It wasn’t something that we followed.”

The Duchess claimed she never did any research or even “looked up [Harry] online” after she met him.

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Social media users welcomed the Sussex’s return to the UK, with one, Phyllis Brothers (@PhyllisBrother1) writing: “Can’t wait, love Prince Harry and Princess Meghan”.

Another, Rikdidi (@Rikdidi2) said: “Wonderful couple.

“Loving them more and more.”

Meanwhile, Anne (@DivinelyMeghan) added: “Wonderful news!

“They will do an amazing job, and inspire so many! They make a great team”.



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