The Queen’s aide reportedly predicted that Harry and Meghan’s marriage “will end in tears,” according to the book

A longtime adviser to Queen Elizabeth reportedly saw no happy ending for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s marriage, a new biography about the British royal family claims.

In his newly released book, Revenge: Meghan, Harry and the War between the Windsors, British journalist Tom Bower claimed that Lady Susan Hussey allegedly predicted that Prince Harry’s marriage to Markle would “everybody end in tears,” according to an excerpt from the biography published by The Telegraph.

Hussey, who has been a lady-in-waiting to Queen Elizabeth II since the 1960s, allegedly made the comments during a luncheon with theater directors months earlier, according to the book, which was published Thursday and reportedly written without Markle’s collaboration tied the knot in May 2018.

“While discussing the possibility of Meghan being linked to the National Theater after the wedding, Hussey got unexpectedly serious about the couple’s future,” Bower claimed in the book. “‘This will all end in tears,’ she reportedly said. ‘Mark my words.'”

Hussey, 83, was part of the team from palace courts asked to help Markle adjust to life within the royal family, according to Bower.

She is said to have visited Markle at Nottingham Cottage, the house the former actress shared with Prince Harry in the grounds of Kensington Palace, to offer help and advice, the book says.

Bower did not cite a source for the comments. International Business Times has not been able to independently verify the claims.

Bower is a former BBC reporter and an award-winning producer of over 200 television documentaries. The British writer is known for his unauthorized biographies of royals and notable figures in business and media, including Prince Charles Robert Maxwell, Mohamed Al-Fayed, Conrad Black and Richard Branson.

Markle’s estranged half-sister Samantha Markle previously made similar comments about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s marriage following the royal couple’s bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey in March last year.

“Aha [the marriage] end in divorce unless they receive full counseling and can agree to work on being honest, apologizing to everyone they’ve damaged over the course of that two-year game in the cops-in-a-china-shop,” Samantha said in a video interview shared by TMZ, “I mean nothing. It didn’t say anything and the damage to the royals has been tremendous, especially now.”

However, celebrity psychic Sally Morgan, who was a close friend of Princess Diana during her lifetime, said she believes the Sussexes’ marriage should last.

“I see for [Meghan]she has great love in her marriage to him,” Morgan said during an appearance on The Morning Show last year, weeks after Prince Harry and Markle’s third wedding anniversary. “I know a lot of predictions say it won’t last, but I think their marriage will last.”

Since tying the knot in 2018, Markle and Prince Harry have had two children: son Archie, 3, and daughter Lilibet, 1. The couple celebrated their fourth wedding anniversary in May in Montecito, California.

Earlier this week, Prince Harry and Markle performed for a dinner in New York City. Photos from Monday’s outing showed the Duke and Duchess of Sussex smiling as they left Locanda Verde Italian restaurant hand in hand.

They were in town for the United Nations General Assembly to mark Nelson Mandela Day, where the Duke delivered a special address in honor of the late South African leader.

Photo: AFP / TIMOTHY A. CLARY The Queen’s aide reportedly predicted that Harry and Meghan’s marriage “will end in tears,” according to the book

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