Royal biographer Angela Levin has revealed what she thinks the relationship between Meghan Markle, 41, and Princess Diana might have been like today in a new interview.
Last week, The Daily Express reported that the couple have reputedly discussed “ditching their Windsor surname” and adopting the late Princess’s last name, Spencer, in a bid for a rebrand, according royal author Tom Bower.
Now, Levin, who authored the book “Harry: A Biography of a Prince” in 2018, is calling the attempt a “load of nonsense” and alleged that Princess Diana “wouldn’t have been good enough” to Markle “if she was still alive.”
“When something’s on the front pages about them, they come up with something else,” Levin claimed during an appearance on GB News this week.
“So that they can, you know, divert the discussion… I think it’s nonsense, I think somebody’s just spreading something,” she continued.
Princess Diana — who is the mother of Markle’s husband, Prince Harry, 38, — tragically passed away on August 31, 1997 after a high-speed car accident in Paris.
Levin pointed out that Markle had never met the late Princess, but revealed that she has visited her grave before, referencing the moment that was described in Prince Harry’s tell-all memoir, “Spare.”
Prince Harry wrote that the Duchess visited his mother’s gravesite on the 20th anniversary of Diana’s death.
“She’s never seen Diana, she’s never known her,” Levin said. “She did lie flat and pray to her once when she went to visit her grave, but that’s about it.”
The royal biographer even claimed that the late royal would not like her because she supported the monarchy.
Levin alleged about Princess Diana, “She’s very much supported the monarchy, she lived very near in Sandringham, and she used to go and have tea with the Queen, the family did, and she went along and she said to both her sons, ‘You know, this is very important that we keep this going, I want good manners, I want you to like it, I want you to take part in it.’”
The Post reached out to Markle’s reps for comment.
But during the couple’s limited docu-series on Netflix, “Harry and Meghan,” which premiered last December, Prince Harry compared Markle’s “warmth” and “compassion” to that of his late mother’s.
“She has the same compassion, she has the same empathy, she has the same confidence,” Prince Harry gushed about his wife. “She has this warmth about her.”
The discussion on GB News comes after the announcement that the couple would be splitting from Spotify after Markle’s podcast, “Archetypes,” would not be renewed for a second season.
At the time, a source close to the matter told The Post that the pair’s Archewell media company didn’t produce enough content to receive the full payout of the roughly $20 million deal that Markle and her husband, Prince Harry signed in 2020.
The 12-episode podcast series, titled “Archetypes,” featured Markle as she explored the “labels that try to hold women back.”
It was the only project that the couple produced during their two-and-a-half year partnership with Spotify, along with a one-off holiday special.
A joint statement to the Post from Spotify and Archewell Audio said that they have “mutually agreed to part ways and are proud of the series we made together.”
Following the news of the Spotify split, rumors began to swirl that Markle could be signing a deal with Dior in a bid to “re-invent” herself by her talent agency, William Morris Endeavor.
“There have been rumors for weeks that she’s about to sign a deal with Dior which has put the gossip mill into overdrive,” the source claimed to columnist Caroline Graham in The Mail on Sunday.
“If she pulls that off, then no one will remember that her silly little podcast got cancelled after one season.”
However, the report was quickly put to rest as a Dior spokesperson told Women’s Wear Daily that there have been “no contract negotiations or recent contact” with the Duchess.
Currently, Markle is signed to the team of WME CEO, Ari Emanuel.
Markle and her husband, Prince Harry, currently reside in Montecito, California, and share two children together: Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, 4, and Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor, 2.