In a recent turn of events, royal fans have taken to social media platforms to urge King Charles and Prince William to lift the non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) imposed on their staff.

The fans are requesting that the staff be allowed to speak out against Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

Despite the royal family’s decision to maintain a dignified silence regarding Harry’s memoir, supporters are appealing to the King for a favor – to lift the NDAs.

One of the key figures mentioned in Harry’s memoir is Angela Kelly, and it is believed that the staff begrudgingly wish to share their side of the story.

Interestingly, an article on the website Celebrity reveals that the five-year NDA is set to expire in 2023.

Palace staff members are reportedly relieved as this expiration date will finally allow them to shed light on the allegations surrounding Meghan Markle’s alleged fake pregnancy and use of surrogacy.

It appears that the truth about what really happened during the births of Archie and Lilibet is becoming increasingly apparent.

This may explain why King Charles has banned Prince Harry and Meghan from visiting the UK.

According to multiple letters received by the King, concerns have been raised about the surrogacy issue surrounding the births of Archie and Lilibet.

While palace staff were aware of Meghan’s alleged use of a fake bump, they felt compelled to remain silent due to the binding effect of the NDAs.

Accusations have been made against Meghan, suggesting that she wore moon bumps of varying sizes, indicating that her belly changed throughout her pregnancy with Archie.

Rumors even claim that royal aides spotted the moon bump on the ground at Frogmore Cottage and on a bedroom floor.

These NDAs have placed the palace in a difficult position, as they have been seen as colluding and hiding the truth from the public.

The challenge for the palace has been how to disclose the truth without causing significant damage to the reputation of the crown.

With the expiration of the NDA on the horizon, it seems that the palace has been carefully strategizing its next move.

King Charles is reportedly advocating for a streamlined monarchy and may consider removing Archie and Lilibet’s titles as part of a phased approach.

Some speculate that the delay in revoking the titles is due to doubts about their existence in the first place, raising questions about their place in the line of succession.

Recently, King Charles received praise for snubbing the couple, known as the Harkles, from an event commemorating the one-year anniversary of the Queen’s death.

Despite the apparent convenience of the event’s timing, the Sussexes remain uninvited, as they are scheduled to be in Europe for the Invictus Games.

During a discussion on GB News, presenter Patrick Christie and royal commentator Kinsey Schofield commended the monarch’s decision, highlighting instances where he has stood up for the good of the royal family.

Christie raised an interesting point, stating, “You know what I don’t think played well for King Charles?

The royal family rolled over and died when it came to Ngozi Falani, the one who said Lady Susan Hussey behaved in a racist way.

That didn’t play well with a lot of royalists in this country.

They felt that he’s given in.

Then there was the olive branch after olive branch to Harry and Meghan that stopped playing well.

Now, if this really is the case, we’re not even going to talk to you about whether you want to come and mark this one-year anniversary that I think will play very well for King Charles in the opinion polls.”

In another significant blow to Meghan, the royal family chose not to publicly wish her a happy 46th birthday.

It appears to be a deliberate move by the senior royals to demonstrate their strength.

Kinsey Schofield, an expert in the field, believes that this decision showcases the royal family’s backbone.

She states, “I think it shows the world that the king and the royal family has a backbone.

Harry and Meghan have been incredibly selfish and destructive over the last few years.