Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex have both been described as “addicted to drama” and prone to temper flare-ups while they continue to struggle for relevant work in the public sphere, claimed excerpts released on Saturday from the new royal-centered book by Tina Brown.

The couple, who has just finished the Invictus Games in the Netherlands on Friday, was reportedly prone to temper tantrums and bullying behavior against the royal staff, with Harry refusing to help Meghan adapt to the new surroundings due to the belief that they were part of the "celebrity stratosphere" with her mother Princess Diana, according to Page Six.

“A typically uncomfortable incident had taken place during the rollout of the wedding plans when I was told Meghan yelled at a junior employee who held an announcement back because it clashed with something scheduled with the household of another senior royal,” Brown wrote.

The two reportedly believe that they were put here to "save the world," and that the egotism in their thinking had led them to stroke each others’ beliefs that the royalty is holding them back, leading to the infamous decision in 2020 that led to them leaving the monarchy, the Daily Beast reported.

“Their new complicity required Meghan to fight all the norms he had kicked against for so long. She was now his comrade in arms. An aide described their confrontational stance to me as a mutual ‘addiction to drama,’” Brown wrote.

As the couple navigates their new lives in Montecito in an attempt to continue pursuing their influence in the world, Brown believes that their brand is diminishing largely due to the lack of backing to be had from the royal family.

“[The] PRs they hire in California really don’t understand anything at all about royal mystique or charisma. And what they’ve done has greatly decreased their royal mystique and charisma—and it’s decreasing every day that they live in Montecito with a PR apparatus that is not the Palace,” she said.

Brown believes that the couple won’t be returning to the royal fold anytime soon and that neither Harry nor Meghan would participate in the Platinum Jubilee due to the resentments built up against both the royal family and the country.

“I think she hates England. I think she feels England rejected her and she has rejected England and it’s not in her interest to return to England at all,” the author explained.

Brown’s new book "The Palace Papers: Inside the House of Windsor — The Truth and the Turmoil" will be released to bookstores on Tuesday.

Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex have reportedly been described as "addicted to drama," with supposed bullying behavior from the two pushing them away for both the Firm and from the royal family in general. Chris Jackson/Getty Images.

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