“The Cut” recently published an in-depth interview with Meghan Markle, but they also published an article criticizing King Charles III.
The piece, titled “King Charles’ Reign of Fussiness Has Begun,” was published just days after the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
The late Queen died at 96 on Thursday in Balmoral Castle.
According to the report, the former Prince of Wales had two “tantrums” in the days following his mother’s death.
According to one source, the father-of-two stormed out of a signing ceremony in Northern Ireland after a pen leaked on him.
The second story stated that he “trussed up in fury and hissed at palace staff who failed to clear a pen tray from his table with proper speed.”
According to The Guardian, King Charles III approached approximately 100 staff members in the piece. He warned them they would be fired because he was due to move into Buckingham Palace during a mourning ceremony for Queen Elizabeth II.
According to an insider, the aides were enraged, particularly the senior team and private secretaries.
The story also highlighted Meghan Markle’s unfounded claim against King Charles III, claiming he was bigoted against her son, Archie.
Meanwhile, supporters flocked to the new monarch’s defense on social media, recognizing how Camilla Parker Bowles’ husband may have been exhausted and still mourning throughout the hectic day.
One Twitter user stated:
“The man has traveled continuously performing his duty and putting his own sadness to the side for the SAKE OF HIS COUNTRY and you berate him for being upset? He is about 75 years old and has worked tirelessly for his nation. I’d be fatigued and would have given up.”
Another commenter suggested giving Prince Harry and Prince William’s father a “break,” saying:
“His schedule has been total crazy since his mother died, he literally hasn’t stopped traveling and meeting people with no quiet time to grieve.”
King Charles III has been a nightmare behind the scenes at the palace due to his enormous list of daily requests from his servants.
According to Radar Online, the late Queen’s son was dubbed the “pampered prince” due to his high expectations.
Paul Burrell, the Queen’s former butler who also served Princess Diana, said the then-Prince required everything from his shoelaces to toothpaste on his toothbrush.
The ex-butler said everything was done for the king, including ironing his pajamas every morning and pressing his shoelaces flat with an iron, and that the bath plug should be in a specific position with a specific water temperature.