A royal biographer assures that Meghan Markle does not plan to return to the United Kingdom, much less become part of the British royal family. What do you think?
One year after Megxit, the situation between Sussex and the British royal family is still hanging by a thread. And there are those who have more than one opinion on how this relationship will operate, among them the biographer real Angela Levin. She is the author of one of the official biographies on Harry and has stated that Meghan Markle does not plan to return with the royal family “Because he hated being a part of.”
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Levin told MailPlus, I don’t think Meghan will return [a Reino Unido]. She obviously hated being with the royal family and she was preparing to part with them even before the wedding.
“He didn’t like UK, it’s too small for her.
And Harry’s involvement in the middle of this mess was questioned. What will be interesting is to see how far he will allow Harry to go. How long will he be able to keep it out ”, via Express UK.
Also, according to the royal expert, Russell Myers, the youngest son of Diana he plans to “negotiate a better deal” for him and Meghan.
Myers told Nine Honey: “It was a very big thing at the beginning of the year after negotiating the Megxit deal. They wanted one foot inside and one outside of the royal family.
Harry as Meghan Markle’s ‘shadow’
Levin herself published an article entitled How America Changed Prince Harry where he analyzes the departure of the Sussexes. In it he stated that “Harry became In the shadow of the prince I once knew He seems to have given up his life as a man of action to become a wild benefactor. ‘
He added criticism of Harry’s behavior after “closing deals that seem insensitive at such a deplorable time” as the pandemic is, and that he “hid” in his residence in Santa Barbara “Instead of being a consolation to the British”
He alludes to Meghan’s involvement in all this, which he quotes: “Of course, he would not be the first man to be cornered by a beautiful woman with a different agenda than hers.”