Meghan ‘against fixing royal rift’ so Harry isn’t tempted to return

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Meghan Markle would be against mending her break with the royal family, because it could lure Prince Harry back to Britain.

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Royal commentator and biographer Howard Hodgson added that he is not convinced her appearance at this week’s platinum anniversary celebrations to mark the Queen’s 70th reign will significantly restore relations.

“I don’t think Meghan wants it fixed because if it were fixed it could make Harry want to come back to play his part,” he told the British government. The sun

“In a way, Prince Charles doesn’t want a focus going in that direction. He wants a straight line on him, William, George.”

But royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams said the Queen will “do her very best” to welcome Meghan and Harry back into the fold with some “special gestures”.

“There is a rift with the Sussexes and it is really damaging,” he added The sun

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“My own feeling is that the Queen will do her best to be as generous a host as she can possibly be.

“No one wants a repeat of what happened on the rather extraordinary Commonwealth Day, with the Cambridges and Sussexes actually being hostile to each other.

“Nothing like that is going to happen now… I wouldn’t be surprised if there are special gestures to make them feel welcome.”

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The royals would still be furious. Harry, 37, and Meghan, 40, labeled them racist in their all-encompassing interview with Oprah Winfrey in 2021.

Fitzwilliam emphasized how painful the feud has been for both parties, adding: “I don’t think it benefits the royal family in any way to have a couple who causes trouble from time to time and was Oprah really a big problem.

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“And it’s not beneficial for them (Meghan and Harry) – they owe everything to the royal family and their royal connections.

“All the good stuff that’s happening, all those connections that they have with Netflix and Spotify and so on, they wouldn’t have if they weren’t royal, so it’s in everyone’s best interest for things to move forward.”

Only working royals will join the 96-year-old queen for her traditional appearance on the balcony of Buckingham Palace.

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It would rule out Harry and Meghan after they retired as senior royals in 2020.

But there are rumors that there may be a second balcony appearance featuring the Queen’s extended family, which includes the couple.

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