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Harry Begs His Dad Prince Charles For Help Salvaging Meghan’s Plummeting Popularity

Prince Harry Dad Prince Charles Help Meghan Markle Popularity
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Jan. 4 2019, Updated 3:09 p.m. ET

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Will it be Prince Charles to the rescue when it comes to Meghan Markle’s rocky start as a royal?

Prince Harry, 34, is urging his dad Prince Charles to go out of his way to help repair Duchess Meghan’s diminishing popularity and “sway the Queen and others from the opinion Meghan’s this upstart who’s causing embarrassment,” a source exclusively told RadarOnline.com.

“Harry’s taking advantage of Charles’s big soft spot for Meghan and pushing his relationship with his father to the absolute limit and really laying it on thick,” the insider revealed.

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The big issue, of course, is her feud with Kate, which is intensifying by the day despite their show of unity over Christmas,” said the source, who noted, “Charles has told Harry that he and Meghan need to build bridges with her sister-in-law.”

And, as Radar reported, Meghan was left reeling after she suffered a series of scandals before and after her wedding involving her relatives and estranged father — and she’s been doing her best to move on and save face.

“In the meantime, Charles is doing his best alleviating the situation with everyone else,” said the source, “but there’s only so much Charles can do.”

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