Meghan Markle may be ‘relieved’ if plans for royal Christmas do not go ahead
Meghan Markle must see royal family at Christmas says expert
Meghan Markle will probably be “relieved” at the prospect of not spending Christmas with the Royal Family at Sandringham, according to experts.
Even though Meghan and Prince Harry are reported to have reached out to King Charles this week on his 75th birthday, royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams believes the frostiness in their relationship has not completely thawed.
When asked on GB News about a royal reunion in time for the festive season he said: “I suspect there is a mixture of emotions there. That will certainly not change now.
“They have no base in Britain, things have reached that stage, it is not good. The rift means there is no such possibility at the moment.”
An inside source has contrarily claimed that if Harry and Meghan were invited to spend Christmas at Sandringham, they would likely accept, but it remains to be seen if such an offer will be forthcoming.
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Relationship expert Louella Alderson also shared her insight on the royals and the Sussexes reuniting for Christmas, with Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet never having spent a Christmas in the UK.
She told The Mirror: “Meghan may not want to reconcile with the Royal Family after the way she feels she was treated by them and the British media.
“Meghan might see this as a chance to distance herself even more from them and concentrate on creating a happy life with her family in America. Meghan might be relieved that she doesn’t have to return to the UK any time soon and face the Royal Family.”
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Ms Alderson added: “Regardless of her feelings, she probably wants to put her mental health and well-being first, as well as the happiness of her family. For Meghan, this could mean keeping their distance for now and reconciling when all parties are ready for a genuine and positive reunion.”
Earlier this week it was reported that Harry and Meghan had spoken to the King on the phone for his 75th birthday on Tuesday, and their two young children even recorded a video message for their grandad of them singing ‘happy birthday’.
This came after they revealed via a spokesperson that there had been “no contact” between them and Buckingham Palace regarding an invite to Charles’s birthday party.
The Mirror’s Royal editor Russell Myers commented on the situation saying: “They wanted it to be known that there was still no contact between them.
“They were putting it out actively to say that he has had no contact from anyone, his father or the Palace, and that just tells you a lot about the relationship.”
The King treated his birthday on Tuesday as just a normal working day, travelling to Oxfordshire to launch the Coronation Food Project before hosting a reception at the Palace to celebrate 75 years of the NHS.
In the evening a dinner for close friends and family was held at Clarence House by Charles and Camilla.
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