Charles evicted Harry from Frogmore over Camilla ‘villain’ attacks: report

In a shocking turn of events, it has been reported that Prince Charles has evicted his youngest son, Prince Harry, and his wife, Meghan Markle, from their Frogmore Cottage residence. According to sources, the move comes as a result of Harry’s ongoing attacks on his stepmother, Camilla, whom he reportedly sees as a “villain” in his parents’ marriage.

The rift between Harry and Camilla reportedly began years ago, when he learned of his mother’s affair with Prince Charles, which he blamed in part on Camilla’s influence. Since entering royal life, Harry has made no secret of his dislike for his stepmother, and has reportedly resented her involvement in family affairs and public life.

The situation came to a head recently when Harry gave an interview in which he hinted at his feelings about Camilla, saying that he felt “let down” by certain members of the royal family. The comments were seen as thinly veiled attacks on Camilla, whom Harry reportedly blames for a number of family dramas, including the rift between himself and his brother, Prince William.

In response to Harry’s comments, sources say that Prince Charles felt he had no choice but to evict the couple from Frogmore Cottage, which he had previously gifted to them as a wedding present. The move has reportedly caused further tension between Harry and his father, and has led to speculation that he and Meghan may seek to break away from the royal family altogether.

While Buckingham Palace has declined to comment on the reports of the eviction, it is clear that the tensions between members of the royal family continue to simmer beneath the surface. Whether this latest turn of events will lead to a full-blown crisis within the royal household remains to be seen, but it is clear that the drama is far from over. So, the royal family and their followers wait with bated breath for the next chapter in this ongoing saga.






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