According to a royal family expert, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have no desire to reconcile with the family. The Prince and Princess of Sussex left for their obligations in 2020 and are currently residing in California.
It all began when Meghan was asked if they had “processed this grief as a family” in a recent interview with Variety, just after The Queen passed away. She felt that major life events provide one with a wealth of insight. People begin to consider where they should focus their energies.
When asked how she and Harry felt about the things they had been “building forward,” Meghan said that they both felt “energised and enthusiastic.” She said that they will be concentrating more on their charitable efforts.
According to Katie Nicholl, a royal expert, Meghan’s comment shows that the pair has no intention of rejoining the Royal Family and the UK.
Nicholl said that while Meghan sort of sidestepped the subject of what it’s about and what one could anticipate, she and Harry are firmly focused on their new lives and activities. They are obviously comfortable and happy in California, she remarked.
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Nicholl also claims that Harry and Meghan are content with their new lives in America and have no plans to leave. According to Nicholl, the talk makes it clearly clear that this is their new life and the centre of all they do.
People who make such statements have no desire and no means of returning, she said.
King Charles III’s coronation is expected to take place on May 6, 2023. Harry and Meghan are likely to attend the event, according to palace insiders, although the guest list is still up in the air. The possibility of Harry and Meghan being included or omitted is being left open.
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According to media sources, if Prince Harry disparages Queen Consort Camilla in his planned biography, King Charles III won’t invite the Duke of Sussex and his wife Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, to his coronation.
At Westminster Abbey in London, the King and the Queen Consort will be crowned.