Prince Andrew’s ex Lady Victoria Hervey says Harry and Meghan ‘won’t last because courtship was too short’

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A onetime love interest of Prince Andrew has claimed Prince Harry's relationship with Meghan Markle won't last.

While the pair are currently expecting their second child while living in sunny California, Lady Victoria Hervey has said that their courtship was "way too short" to last.

The 44 year old socialite, who once enjoyed a date with Prince Andrew back in 1999, didn't hold back as she gave her opinion on the pair.

The former "It" girl felt confident about her opinion on the future of the pair's marriage as she had previously predicted they would move back to America.

She told Closer magazine: "I think Harry and Meghan's courtship was way too short. I just don't see it lasting."

Victoria added to the publication: "I remember just before their wedding, I thought, 'They'll get married, have a few kids… And she will end up wanting to be in America'."

Talented Suits actress met Prince Harry in 2016, and they got married in 2018, after a whirlwind romance that attracted lots of media attention.

In May 2019, the Royal couple welcomed their first baby Archie, who recently celebrated his second birthday, and soon after quit their positions as senior members of the royal family.

Following a short stint in Canada, the couple are now happily settled in Montecito, Santa Barbara.

Meghan is currently pregnant with her second child, and the couple revealed to Oprah that the baby is a girl.

During her Oprah interview, Duchess of Sussex Meghan admitted that it was, in fact, Kate Middleton who made her cry days before her wedding to Prince Harry, despite reports at the time stating the complete opposite.

Meghan also claimed there were "concerns" over the colour of her two-year-old son Archie's skin and revealed she had suicidal thoughts during her time in the royal family.

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