Meghan ‘against fixing royal rift’ so Harry won’t be tempted by return

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Meghan Markle is said to be against repairing her rift with the royal family as it could lure Prince Harry back to the UK.

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Royal commentator and biographer Howard Hodgson added he did not believe her appearance at this week’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations marking the Queen’s 70th anniversary would significantly repair the relationship.

“I don’t think Meghan wants it to be fixed because if it is fixed, that might make Harry want to come back and play his role,” he told england sun.

“In a way, Prince Charles doesn’t want any focus to go in that direction, he wants to focus directly on him, William, George.”

But royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams said the Queen would “do whatever it takes” to welcome Meghan and Harry back into the royal family with some “special gestures”.

“There’s this rift between the Sussex couple and it’s really devastating,” he added. sun.

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“My own feeling is that the Queen will go out of her way to be as generous a host as possible.

“No one wants a repeat of what happened on the rather unusual Commonwealth Day, with Cambridge and Sussex actually looking hostile to each other.

“That’s not going to happen now…I wouldn’t be surprised if there was a special gesture that made them feel welcome.”

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The royals are still said to be furious, with Harry, 37, and Meghan, 40, calling them racists in a full 2021 interview with Oprah Winfrey.

Fitzwilliam highlighted how the bickering has caused pain on both sides, adding: “I don’t think the royal family has an advantage in any way with a couple that makes trouble from time to time – Oprah is really a big trouble.

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“It’s not good for them (Meghan and Harry) – they owe everything to the royal family and their royal relationship.

“All the good things that happen, all these connections they have with Netflix and Spotify and the like, if they weren’t royals, they wouldn’t have it, so it’s in everyone’s interest for things to develop positively.”

Only serving royals can join the queen, 96, for her traditional appearance on the balcony of Buckingham Palace.

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Harry and Meghan will be left out after stepping down as senior royals in 2020.

But there are rumours that the Queen’s extended family could be on the balcony for a second time, possibly including the couple.

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