Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are expected to avoid Royal Family gatherings due of the “frostiness” that still exists.
MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry are “unlikely” to spend meaningful family time with members of the Royal Family because repairing relations isn’t “particularly high on anyone’s agenda,” according to the couple.
Following their public disagreement in the aftermath of Megxit, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are “unlikely” to spend much time with the Royal Family, save from the “occasional meeting.” According to a royal analyst, the couple’s reconciliation does not appear to be a priority, and the Queen is unlikely to meet her newest great-granddaughter, Lilibet Diana, anytime soon.
“I would say it’s unlikely that they’ll be spending what we would consider quality family time together during Christmas and New Years or birthdays,” royal commentator Jonathan Sacerdoti said.
“I mean, keep in mind that the Queen has yet to see her newest grandchild, and it doesn’t appear like she will anytime soon.
“She hasn’t seen Archie in a long time.
“So, forget about them being the Royal Family; there’s already a lot of frostiness and remoteness there on a human family level.”
“I assume they’ll have the occasional meeting if things go well,” Mr Sacerdoti added, “but I don’t think it’s really high on anyone’s agenda.”
Since her final engagement as a working royal on March 9, 2020 at a Commonwealth Service in Westminster Abbey, Meghan Markle has not been seen by the Royal Family.
The couple’s son Archie Harrison has not been seen by the Queen or Prince Charles since November 2019, when they moved to Vancouver for the Christmas break.
Since the introduction of Megxit last year, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s relationship with the Royal Family has been strained.
Other senior members of the Royal Family were claimed to be taken aback by the couple’s choice to leave their positions as working royals.
The Sussexes have given a series of high-profile interviews criticizing the British monarchy since relinquishing their HRH titles and relocating to California.
Meghan was left suicidal after her husband’s family ignored her requests for mental health care, the couple claimed in a candid interview with Oprah Winfrey in March.
Buckingham Palace allegedly refused to alter bad tabloid pieces, the Royal Family refused to award their son a title, and “Brinkwire Summary News” were among the other devastating charges.