David Beckham was reportedly left “outraged” after Meghan Markle accused his wife Victoria Beckham of “indiscretion”, a royal author has claimed.
In his new explosive book, Revenge: Meghan, Harry and the war between the Windsors, Tom Bower claims that Prince Harry and Meghan would spend every night “scouring the internet” to read reports and negative social media comments.
He claims they “irrationally grouped the two together” and “fed each other’s frenzy about the media”.
Tom says that Meghan began to fear that friends were leaking stories to the press. In the book, he writes: “Harry’s instability fed Meghan’s fears that friends were leaking stories to the media.
“In particular, she suspected Victoria Beckham of indiscretion. Harry called David Beckham to repeat the accusation. Outraged, Beckham’s truthful denials damaged their relationship.”
Neither the Beckhams nor the Sussexes have commented on these claims.
Victoria and David are close to both Princes William and Harry thanks to their work with the FA, and the Beckhams attended both royal weddings.
The book includes alleged details about Meghan’s time with the Royal Family, and a source previously told The Sun: “This is the book Meghan will be dreading. Tom doesn't pull his punches and is terrifyingly thorough in his research. No stone will be left unturned."
The Sussexes have not commented on these claims.
Other bombshell claims include that the Queen, 96, was almost relieved that Meghan was not attending Prince Phillip's funeral service in April 2021.
The funeral took place around one month after Harry and Meghan's explosive tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey, which is believed to have upset members of the royal family.
Meghan, who was seven months pregnant at the time of Prince Philip's funeral, has not publicly commented on her absence.
However, sources close to the Queen have questioned whether the monarch would have anything other than Philip on her mind on the day of the funeral.
In the book, Tom also claims that Charles, 73, Harry and Meghan held a conference just weeks after the couple's wedding day, which focused on Meghan repairing her relationship with her father.
Elsewhere, he alleges that Meghan was once accused of acting "abrasively" towards staff members during a royal tour. Meghan has previously denied allegations about the staff.
He claims that both Meghan and Harry "bombarded their staff with demands for retribution and removal of the criticism”.
However, the Sussexes have previously denied these claims.
Revenge: Meghan, Harry and the war between the Windsors by Tom Bower, 21st July 2022, Hardback, eBook, Audio (Blink, £22)
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