Sure there was a lot of accomodation, and if she had made a serious effort to buckle down and admit to failures and bad behaviour she might have made a go of it. PWH* didn't help though, and from what I've read on here and other places by taking her side against staff and being quite nasty on occasion he was turning his back on everything his family and the Army taught him about working with people. Instead he should have been teaching his new wife all about life and responsibilities in the RF rather than abdicating the responsibility with what Meghan wants Meghan gets.What rejection(s)? From what's been said, people were bending over backwards to accommodate an absolute prima donna. The rejections are all in her head.
But herein the problem. I think the word rejection was the wrong one to use
though I get VH's point. Personally I think the word excuse would be better.
Once the shine was beginning to wear off and there were some whispers in the press she started looking for reasons to get back to California and the life she wanted. It wouldn't be that difficult to engender in that fairly unused brain of his, whispers that set out her truth. PWH wanted to protect his wife from what had happened to his mum and I'm sure she knew that, so he would be inclined not to think things through but to react and take her side.
So she could easily put a slant on things said or done, some women do this all the time, (my brother's first wife being a classic).
"She said that, what do you think she meant?" about a totally innocent remark. "We were put aside/ put in a secondary position today" when they were at a table or on the balcony. "That newspaper was horrid to us, maybe it was leaked" about a mildly negative or questioning piece.
Easy I think to get PWH thinking negatively and start looking for the bad in everyone rather than trying to mend things. Once he sees negative images he has gone over to the dark side and it would be easy to get him thinking about the way out he had always wanted, especially if he is the white knight protecting his family.
The rejection wasn't in her head so much as planted in his and nurtured by her.