Someone Who Fled Buckingham Palace Over Racist Comments Said Harry and Meghan’s Marriage Would “End in Tears”

  • Queen Elizabeth’s close friend at Buckingham Palace, Lady Susan Hussey, was called “Susan.”
  • This week, she quit after she was said to have asked the founder of a charity for Black people where they “really came from.”
  • Reports say that Hussey once said that the marriage of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle would “end in tears.”

Lady Susan Hussey, a worker at Buckingham Palace who quit this week after making “inappropriate” comments, is said to have criticized the relationship between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

In 2022, Tom Bower’s book “Revenge: Meghan, Harry, and the War Between the Windsors” mentioned Hussey as the godmother of Prince William and a close friend of Queen Elizabeth.

Bower says that in 2017, Hussey was having lunch with a group of theatre executives and directors when Markle came up in conversation. Bower said that Hussey “suddenly got serious about the couple’s future.”

She then told the directors, “Mark my words, that will all end in tears.” Bower also said that Queen Elizabeth chose Hussey to meet with Markle and give her “help and advice” on how to adjust to royal life.

After the book came out in July, some of the people who were in it told Bower that he had given false information about Markle. Bower also let everyone know how he felt about the Duchess of Sussex. In July, he told Piers Morgan that she was doing “something very bad to Britain.”

Bower’s story about Hussey was never answered by Buckingham Palace, and it was just announced this week that she will stay in the royal family as a new “woman of the household.”

Someone Who Fled Buckingham Palace Over Racist Comments Said Harry and Meghan's Marriage Would End in Tears

Insider’s Mikhaila Friel said on Monday that the event was meant to replace ladies-in-waiting, which are aristocratic women who serve as personal assistants to members of the royal family without getting paid.

Hussey was known as the “Number One Head Girl” at the palace, and Tatler said she was “one of the Queen’s most trusted helpers in her later years.” Hussey, on the other hand, quit two days after her new job was made public.

Buckingham Palace says that Hussey said “very bad things,” and that she “truly apologizes for the pain she caused.” Ngozi Fulani, who started the UK charity Sistah Space, quit soon after tweeting that she was asked “where she came from” at an event on Tuesday hosted by Camilla, Queen Consort.

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She said that a royal staff member asked her the same question over and over again, even though Fulani kept saying that she was born in the UK.

Fulani called the staff member “Lady SH” in her first tweet and said she didn’t want to reveal the person’s full name. Roya Nikkhah, the royal editor of The Sunday Times, tweeted on Wednesday that Buckingham Palace had confirmed that Hussey had quit.

In a statement sent to Insider on Wednesday, a palace spokeswoman said, “On this subject, we have reached out to Ngozi Fulani and asked her to talk about all of her experience in person if she wants to.”

Insider asked Bower, the Sussexes, and Fulani representatives for their thoughts, but they did not respond right away.

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