Prince Harry, Meghan Markle have no desire to go back to UK: Royal expert
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have no wish to make amends with the royal family, claims an authority on the subject. The Prince and Princess of Sussex moved to California in 2020 to fulfil their duties.
It all started when Meghan was asked in a recent interview with Variety, shortly after The Queen’s passing, if they had “processed their grief as a family.”
She believed that significant life experiences offer a richness of wisdom. People start to think about where they should concentrate their efforts.
Meghan said that she and Harry felt “energised and enthused” about the things they had been “moving forward.” They will be focusing more on their charity endeavours, she stated.
Meghan’s remark, in the opinion of royal expert Katie Nicholl, indicates that the couple has no intention of reuniting with the Royal Family or the UK.
While Meghan sort of avoided the topic of what it’s about and what one may anticipate, according to Nicholl, she and Harry are entirely preoccupied with their new lives and activities. She said, “They are definitely at home and content in California.
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Additionally, Nicholl asserts that Harry and Meghan have no intentions to quit their new life in America and are satisfied with them.
Nicholl asserts that the discussion makes it very obvious that this is their new way of life and the focus of all they do. She claimed that those who make such claims lack the will or means to change their minds.
On May 6, 2023, King Charles III is anticipated to be crowned. Despite the fact that the guest list is still uncertain, palace sources predict that Harry and Meghan will attend the celebration. It’s possible that Harry and Meghan may either be added or excluded.
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Media reports claim that King Charles III won’t invite the Duke of Sussex and his wife Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, to his coronation if Prince Harry disparages Queen Consort Camilla in his upcoming biography. The King and Queen Consort will be installed in London’s Westminster Abbey.