Meghan Markle ‘no longer wants Buckingham Palace drama’, expert claims
Esteemed royal commentator Angela Levin has made a sharp-tongued assessment of Meghan Markle’s lack of desire to want to patch things up with Buckingham Palace.
Ms Levin told Sky News Australia that the former Suits star has no interest in working positively with the Royal Family, or at all.
She said: “She wants to be talked to just for herself; she wants all that to be forgotten.”
The royal expert also claimed that Harry and Meghan would not be well received, if they came back to try and to thaw their frosty relations with King Charles.
She said “nobody wants” the royal couple’s “help” in that regard, despite numerous reports suggesting the pair may return to Britain.
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The author of ‘Harry: Conversations with the Prince’ added in a seperate GB News interview: “You can’t trust Harry. You don’t know if he’s going to sell whatever you say to him to earn a lot of money, Netflix or somebody else.”
Harry may well return to the UK without Meghan to try and win back the affection of his father, as he plans to break up his journey from the Invictus Games in Germany back to the US.
The King will have returned from holidaying in Balmoral and Harry’s stop over may give him the chance to clear the air with his dad.
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Inside Lady Amelia Windsor’s exquisite Notting Hill home which is likely worth millions
Lady Amelia Windsor is the grandaughter of the late Queen’s first cousin, and lives a very privileged lifestyle.
Amelia seems to love the better things, from five-star hotels to her opulent Notting Hill property, even though she doesn’t live in a palace like her third cousin, Prince William.
Despite not being a working royal, she has become a fixture at London Fashion Week because of her royal heritage and model looks.
Lady Amelia may not live in a castle, but she has the equivalent in a stunning Notting Hill flat. Properties in Notting Hill had an overall average price of £1.5million over the last year, meaning Amelia’s home is likely worth the same if not more.
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