Expert reveals Meghan Markle’s two conditions for reconciliation with Prince William and Kate Middleton.

The departure of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry from royal life in 2020 sparked a significant shift in their relationship with the royal family. Settling in Montecito, California, the couple embarked on a new journey vastly different from their UK royal life. However, their departure didn’t end the saga; instead, it set the stage for a series of public disputes and controversies.

The couple wasted no time in making their voices heard, with their explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey making global headlines. This interview, along with subsequent events like a Netflix series and Harry’s book release, deepened the chasm between the Sussexes and the royal family.

Meghan has made only a few trips back to the UK since she and Harry stepped away from royal duties, but there’s talk that she may return in May. This visit could mark the start of a reconciliation between Harry, Meghan, and William, Kate.

However, it won’t be an easy journey—according to a royal expert, Meghan has two demands, before considering reconciliation…

Prince Harry & Meghan Markle

Harry and Meghan took the spotlight in their own Netflix series, and tensions escalated further with the release of Harry’s book “Spare”.

In the pages of his book, Harry didn’t hold back, shedding light on various aspects of royal life, particularly his own experience as the “spare” in the royal family, which he described as far from pleasant.

While Harry aired his grievances, members of the royal family, including William, chose to remain silent in response to his public statements. According to Ingrid Seward, editor-in-chief of Majesty Magazine, William has made it clear that he’ll only engage with his brother again after receiving a genuine apology.

Seward remarked to The Sun, “William would be disappointed that Harry once more used a visit to his father as a PR stunt. As far as William is concerned, he won’t entertain any communication with Harry until he shows remorse for the years of insults directed at William and their late mother.”

She added, “William must feel deeply frustrated, having supported Harry for so long, only for Harry to prioritize his own agenda during a time when their father and William’s wife are facing health concerns.”

Both Harry and Meghan attended Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral, but Meghan was absent at King Charles’ coronation last year.

“Megan doesn’t feel guilty about Kate”

Despite attending the coronation ceremony at Westminster Abbey, Harry swiftly departed for the US, reportedly to the royal family’s relief.

King Charles is likely eager to see his sons reconcile, not only for his own sake but also for the future of the monarchy. However, the once-promising partnership between Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle, alongside their husbands, soured significantly.

Can reconciliation between the two couples be achieved? Royal expert Tom Quinn believes it’s unlikely.

In an interview with the Mirror, Quinn stated that Meghan felt unsupported by Kate during her time as a working royal. Conversely, he suggested that Kate believed they should have bonded as fellow “outsiders” marrying into the royal family.

“Meghan doesn’t feel remorseful towards Kate because she expected Kate to be her ally through every challenge,” Quinn expressed. “Knowing Kate’s outsider status, Meghan couldn’t comprehend why she didn’t offer more support and instead adhered strictly to royal protocol.”

Harry and Meghan did extend well wishes to Kate after her surgery, but they allegedly learned about her cancer diagnosis from the media.

While some speculate that Kate’s illness could facilitate reconciliation, Quinn contends that their relationship is too poisoned to mend.

“Meghan was genuinely shocked by Kate’s cancer diagnosis, but she sees no path to reconciliation due to the toxicity of their relationship,” he elaborated. “Moreover, she refuses to be seen as extending an olive branch solely due to Kate’s illness. Meghan still holds Kate accountable and expects an apology before any attempt at reconciliation.”

Prince Harry & Meghan Markle to visit UK?

Prince Harry made a swift trip to the UK following his father King Charles’ cancer diagnosis. The two reportedly had a brief meeting at Sandringham, though Prince William was notably absent. Their strained relationship has led to a lack of communication, and despite Harry’s purported offer to assist the royal family with engagements during this difficult period, William remains steadfast in his stance.

The Sussexes may soon return to British soil, but their visit isn’t tied to royal affairs. On May 8, an anniversary event for the Invictus Games will take place, including a service at St. Paul’s Cathedral in London.

Prince Harry, the founder of the Invictus Games, is expected to attend, with Meghan reportedly listed as a potential guest, though her participation remains uncertain.

Sources revealed to the tabloid, “Both Harry and Meghan are listed as guests, and a speech has been scheduled, but there is still a question mark over whether Meghan will make an appearance. Her name has been penciled in as TBC (to be confirmed).”

While relations between Harry and Meghan, and William and Kate, have hit rock bottom, surprising efforts to mend fences are allegedly being made by the Prince and Princess of Wales.

In another interview with the Mirror, royal expert Tom Quinn claimed that William and Kate “suggested” Harry and Meghan bring their children along for the Invictus Games event.

“William and Kate have proposed that Meghan and Harry bring their children, and that the two couples and their families attempt reconciliation, but so far, the suggestion hasn’t gained traction,” Quinn revealed to the Mirror.

Meghan Markle fears for her children’s safety in the UK

According to Express, Meghan was initially listed as a guest for the upcoming event, but it seems she’s had a change of heart, especially concerning her children.

A source disclosed to OK! Magazine that while Meghan initially considered traveling to the UK with Harry in May, she’s now hesitant to bring Archie and Lilibet due to safety concerns.

“The situation has reached a point where Meghan is hesitant to bring the children to the UK. She feels uneasy about their safety,” the insider shared. “Now, the dilemma revolves around whether the family should attend with heightened security measures or if Harry should make the trip alone.”

Furthermore, Harry reportedly pleaded with his wife to reconsider, expressing, “I don’t want to go through this alone.”

“Harry is reluctant to continue making solo trips to the UK,” the source elaborated. “He would prefer if the whole family could make regular visits to connect with his relatives and mend relationships. However, the complexities behind the scenes make it currently unfeasible.”

“Initially, both Harry and Meghan intended to visit the UK, but upon the public disclosure of their plans, Meghan began to reconsider,” the source added.

Meghan Markle has ‘two demands’ before reconciling with William & Kate

Meghan’s concerns about returning to the UK extend beyond just the safety of her children. According to a source from OK! Magazine, the Duchess is apprehensive about facing what she perceives as a hostile environment in England, where she feels unwelcome and anxious.

Meanwhile, Harry finds himself torn between supporting his wife and maintaining a relationship with his sister-in-law, Kate Middleton. As previously noted, Prince William harbors anger towards his brother for what he sees as betrayal, especially regarding the disclosure of private matters in Harry’s book, which included Kate. This rift deepened William’s resolve to distance himself from Harry.

The ongoing feud shows no sign of resolution. William seeks an apology from Harry, while Harry desires one in return. Royal expert Tom Quinn elaborated on the stalemate, highlighting Meghan’s reluctance to accept the current state of affairs.

“Harry desires reconciliation but remains steadfast in supporting his wife. Until Meghan feels adequately respected by the royal family and receives the apologies she believes are due, any reconciliation seems unlikely,” Quinn stated to the Mirror, as reported by the Daily Record.

Moreover, Quinn suggested that Meghan’s grievances are hindering Harry’s involvement in potential peace talks.

“There has been some shift in dynamics since Kate’s illness, prompting Harry and Meghan to consider extending an olive branch. However, Meghan’s lingering sense of resentment continues to impede meaningful progress. While illness often brings estranged family members together, there is skepticism that Kate’s illness will achieve this outcome,” Quinn explained, emphasizing that Meghan has no intention of bringing her children to the UK.

Despite efforts from William and Kate to facilitate reconciliation by suggesting family gatherings, Quinn noted that these attempts have yet to yield results.

As for whether Harry and Meghan and Prince William and Kate will reconcile, the outcome remains uncertain. Feel free to share this article on Facebook and share your thoughts with friends and family!

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