Royal Family Insider Reveals How Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Can Give Queen Elizabeth What She ‘Deserves’
Royal family insiders feel that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle need to recognize what Queen Elizabeth deserves.
And beyond that, the Duke of Sussex and Duchess Of Sussex should fulfill those obligations, say sources.
As a result of that sentiment, some see the upcoming Platinum Jubilee for Queen Elizabeth as providing the perfect opportunity.
Find out what one royal family expert just revealed about the relationship between the Queen and the Sussex family below.
Will Meghan Markle, Harry Honor Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee?
Ever since Meghan Markle and Prince Harry stepped down from their royal family duties in the action known as Megxit, rumors have soared about problems between the couple and Queen Elizabeth.
But now, with Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee scheduled in the near future, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex face an opportunity.
And that opportunity may offer a chance to make amends by giving the 95-year-old Queen what she deserves, according to one royal family expert.
Author of ” Prince Philip’s Century: The Extraordinary Life of the Duke of Edinburgh, royal family expert Robert Jobson told Us his views about the feud involving the Sussex family versus the Queen.
The Platinum Jubilee will offer tributes to the seven decades of the Queen’s service to the Commonwealth.
And the achievement will make history, with Queen Elizabeth becoming the very first British royal to achieve that significant milestone.
As a result of the Platinum Jubilee, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle could provide what Jobson feels the Queen deserves.
And that involves honoring Elizabeth at the event.
So will the Duke of Sussex and Duchess of Sussex travel to the U.K. for the occasion?
Well, maybe, according to Jobson.
“We have to wait and see,” noted the royal family expert.
“Harry, I’m sure he thinks he’ll be there for the [Platinum Jubilee],” added Jobson.
Why Meghan Markle, Prince Harry’s U.K. Return Gets ‘Awkward’
But Jobson also admitted that returning to the U.K. for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee could become “awkward” for several reasons.
First, the royal family expert feels some may see Meghan and Harry “doting on the queen” as “hypocritical.”
If they return to the U.K. for the Jubilee, that return follows months of the couple slamming the Palace for various reasons.
Second, Jobson pointed out, Prince Harry’s return for the Jubilee comes at an “awkward time.”
“But you’ve got to remember that within months, he’s going to have a book coming out,” he added.
And the royal family expert offered a prediction about the impact of Harry’s upcoming memoir.
“It’s gonna be quite awkward,” added Jobson.
Will Meghan Markle Stay In California For Queen’s Jubilee?
But looking at what Meghan would face if she returns to the U.K. in the near future, Jobson feels doubtful.
“I’m not sure Meghan will ever come to Britain again,” said the royal family expert.
And he got blunt in describing the general feelings toward Markle in the U.K.
“She’s not popular [right] now,” summed up Jobson.
Currently, Meghan and Prince Harry live in a mansion in California. They moved there soon after they exited their royal family duties.
And for the Palace, any possible attempt on behalf of the Duke of Sussex and Duchess of Sussex would not go over well.
Buckingham Palace has confirmed that the couple will not receive a chance to return as working members of the royal family.
As a result, Meghan may see no advantages to joining Harry for the upcoming Jubilee.
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