It seems Meghan Markle can not do anything right. Every step she and her new husband, Prince Harry take, is criticized by both the media and the staff of the palace. The recent move of their offices to Buckingham Palace shakes their feathers and makes the palace clerk clap. However, this step makes sense for the new couple and may be another example of an unfair treatment by Markle. Here's why everyone is upset and why this should not be the case.
The new offices of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle create tensions.
Ever since Prince Harry and Markle split up at Kensington Palace of Prince William and Kate Middleton, six large rooms have recently been assigned to them as offices at Buckingham Palace. The move requires neither the purchase of new furniture nor the conversion. It will simply be about installing new desks. But the move has angered some palace traders.
According to the Sun, a royal insider said: "The palace traditionists are grumpy that Harry and Meghan, who already have perfectly adequate offices at Kensington Palace, are given such a first-rate space.
However, the source also said that there is really no reason to be upset because the rooms will still be available to staff if Prince Harry and Markle do not use them. Some in the palace try to cause trouble for the couple, but the rooms did not meet their idea. They have been offered the new rooms at Buckingham Palace as they are currently vacant.
Some are not happy about the remodeling of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's home
Some criticize the couple so quickly Maybe that's what it's all about Money spent on the renovation of Frogmore Cottage. Before moving in, Prince Harry and Markle updated their new home with features such as a yoga studio, a spa, and guest rooms that Markle's mother could visit. Frogmore Cottage has historically been used to house royal employees and has fallen into disrepair. Therefore, many updates had to be made before they could move in.
Safety was also considered. Before they moved in, there was little that kept the public from walking around the grounds. But with a new baby that was also updated before the couple moved in for safety reasons. It is not known how much the conversion cost, but much of the bill was paid by the sovereign grant, which ultimately means the taxpayer. All decorative works were paid by the royal couple themselves.
Many Britons were unhappy that the couple had spent so much taxpayer money on their new apartment when they had a perfectly decent place to stay at Kensington Palace.
Why could not Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stay at Kensington Palace?
Many who criticized the royal couple did not understand why they had to cause all these difficulties by leaving Kensington Palace. But the two-room apartment they lived in was not big enough for the growing family. There were plans to remodel Kensington Palace to create a 21-room apartment for the couple, but that would mean that the occupants of the room would have to leave. In both cases renovation work would have been carried out. But this move gives the new couple the opportunity to part with Prince William and Middleton.
After Markle became engaged for the first time, the media often called the princes and their brides the "Fab Four." But their lives are very different and they all worry that they need space to work on their own projects. The separation of living and office space made sense for all concerned.