They say the first few years of marriage are the hardest – and that’s even without the added pressure of secretly plotting to leave your family, royal or not, and flee to an island within a foreign country with your infant son in tow.
This has been the reality of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s life for several months, and as the dust settles around their shock decision to quit the monarchy and trade Britain for Canada, the cracks are beginning to appear in their marriage’s polished veneer.
As more incredible insights come to light amid their grand escape – said to be orchestrated mainly by Meghan, 38 – London bookies have slashed odds on their 20-month marriage surviving, claiming they are “four times more likely to divorce in the next five years” than they are to rejoin The Firm.
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January 27, 2020