"So I can guarantee that they’re going to get an awful lot worse," Campbell said on GB News. "Wait until spring, they have a real bomb coming their way in spring. I think they’re going to be completely exposed before this summer, let me put it that way."
"I think they are going to be in such deep trouble, it’s going to be nothing that we can imagine. I think the chickens are coming home to roost in a very big way," she continued. "I think they are going to be in such deep trouble, it’s going to be nothing that we can imagine. I think the chickens are coming home to roost in a very big way."
Aside from Campbell's theory, the Sussexes had a rough 2023 and were caught in the middle Omid Scobie's public blunder. Dutch copies of Endgame accused Kate Middleton and King Charles of discussing the youngster's skin tone.
"She feels more and more bruised as the year goes on, Meghan is going to want to have her say. Whereas Scobie was a disaster, she's going to want to correct the impressions [that she collaborated on the book]," royal expert Tom Bower said.
"There's enough people around them and in their orbit who know the ins and outs of things," Bower continued.
After the book's release, Jennie Bond recommended the Sussexes publicly denounce the "penetrative investigation. "
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Due to Kate and Charles' status within the monarchy, the revelation concerned some Brits.
“There are unanswered questions and I think it would be very helpful if they answered," the reporter continued.
“If they could distance themselves from this rather nasty, snide book, it will be a good move because I don't really know why Omid Scobie has been so just plain unpleasant about so many members of the royal family, particularly Catherine, Princess of Wales," Bond added.