The marriage between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will last “years rather than decades.”
“I would measure the duration of the marriage in years rather than decades,” Carter, 74, told The Sunday Times in a new interview.
“I think she has run rings around poor Harry and gotten what she wanted: notoriety, money, and a title. His usefulness to her diminishes daily.”
Carter is also betting that Markle, 42, won’t return to acting. The Duchess of Sussex famously starred in the drama “Suits” before marrying Harry, 39, in 2018.
“If there is a ‘Real Housewives of Montecito’ show in the works, she’d be a shoo-in,” snarked Carter, Vanity Fair editor from 1992 to 2017.
The Post reached out to Sussex reps for comment.
Carter’s predictions come as the royal couple were spotted Saturday night attending the final performance of Katy Perry’s “PLAY” residency at the Resorts World Theatre in Las Vegas.
The pair — who started dating in 2016 and stepped back from royal life in 2020 — also recently attended a mental health conference in NYC, where Markle said that being married to Harry is one of the “most important things in my entire life” besides motherhood.
Markle made the declaration while saying she is terrified of the day their two kids — Prince Archie, 4, and Princess Lilibet, 2 — start using social media.
“As parents, though our kids are really young, they’re 2 and 1/2 and 4 and a 1/2… but social media is not going away,” Markle explained.
“I think by design, there was an entry point that was supposed to be positive in creating community and something has devolved.”
Notably, the social media conversation about Harry and Markle tends to be negative, researchers have found.
Carter’s comments also follow the remarks of one royal journalist who argues that Harry has become totally “dependent” on Markle “for his social life.”
“I get the impression he hasn’t got a circle of drinking buddies he can unwind within Montecito, which has a population of older people, and I’m sure that takes its toll,” author Phil Dampier told The Mirror last week.
“Not only has he lost his family, his royal status and military connections, but he’s also lost a lot of friends,” he added, saying that Harry paid “a massive cost” leaving the UK.