Omid Scobie’s Endgame promises to show us the dark side of the royals, to sacrifice the insider status which you can only get “by continuing to ignore the ongoing constitutional corruption in the Palace’s inner sanctum”. The one thing all this does reveal is that poor Omid can’t write for nuts. Oh and that Meghan absolutely didn’t use the word “racist” when it came to those unfortunate queries about what her baby would look like; she just didn’t like the “tone”.
Family turmoil, broken relationships, and whatever "the Cambridge way" means. Omid Scobie's book "Endgame: Inside the Royal Family and the Monarchy’s Fight for Survival" is out today and already creating a stir.
Spoiler alert: For those who like a royal bombshell blockbuster, this book doesn't deliver killer blows. It tells a tale of a King and heir out of step with each other, tangled in a "tussle for the spotlight". Endgame depicts Charles and William as rivals, with "simmering animosity" and different visions of the monarchy.
From a spoilt King Charles to William and Harry’s private disagreements over Diana, and what Kate really thought about Meghan, we reveal the biggest takeaways from the Finding Freedom author’s latest bombshell book