A “friend” told Wootton that the couple felt it had “been made very clear” that they “were not central to” the monarchy’s future plans.
The way its sources told it, Autumn instigated the separation and “blindsided” her “devastated” husband.
The thing is, the Sun’s sources on the divorce story were right — so right that the couple’s hand was forced to confirm it, after they had kept it hidden from the press for months.
A second nonroyal, non-British woman married to a member of the royal family has caused a catastrophic rift — and she might have been inspired by the first.
I don’t know for sure, but Wootton himself has said a lot about covering the royal family in the past.

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