Is doubt allowed? A specialist in crowned heads, Stéphane Bern did not miss a beat of the solemn ceremony which took place at Westminster Abbey on September 19. There, the royal families of the whole world were gathered to say goodbye to Elizabeth II, 96 years and seven decades on the throne. The Frenchman notably gave his opinion on one of the most commented on sequences this day of mourning.
If the tears of Princess Charlotte, 7, did not fail to disarm some, those of Meghan Markle have, once is not custom, divided. The Duchess, draped in black and with smoky eyes, has indeed let a tear fall within the chapel. “We retain the emotion of Meghan Markle, all the same, and her little tear. Now, perhaps she is also a very good actress”, dropped the presenter in Madame Figaro, obviously dubious.
Stéphane Bern also returned to the rivalry between the American and Kate Middleton, her best enemy during her time in the British royal family. “I wouldn’t say that they were warm with each other, but in any case, on the front, there was no longer this antagonism, this mistrust that we could feel before. I found that ‘there was rather a good relationship between them’he estimated.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have now found the United States and their opulent villa in Montecito.