Meghan Markle will, allegedly, be joining Prince Harry when he returns to the United Kingdom for the unveiling of Princess Diana’s statue.
According to Star, Meghan Markle has been going back and forth when it comes to attending the event. But for now, she, allegedly, wants to be there.
“Meghan wants to go back for the unveiling of a statue dedicated to his late mother, Princess Diana, on what would have been her 60th birthday. They’re taking it day by day and are seeing how Meghan feels and what happens with Covid restrictions,” the source said.
Meghan Markle wants to confront Kate Middleton in the UK
The insider also claimed that Markle wants to go to the United Kingdom to confront Middleton because they have not seen each other in such a long time.
However, she’s also not ready for any negativity because she just gave birth to her daughter, Lili.
“Meghan isn’t scared of Kate, but she isn’t in the right headspace to see her. She’s exhausted after just giving birth. Going over the past is a hassle she can do without,” the source said.
Meghan Markle unsure about flying to the UK next month
Meanwhile, the tabloid claimed that Markle’s children may be the reason if she decides not to join Prince Harry on his trip. After all, they are still very young to endure long plane rides.
“Taking Lili on a 10-hour flight to the UK and then possibly having to isolate with the children for five days will disrupt the kids’ routine. But leaving Lili behind is not an option. These next few months are crucial bonding time for mom and baby,” the source said.
Queen Elizabeth’s wish
The insider added that Queen Elizabeth also hopes the unveiling of Princess Diana’s statue will serve as the perfect opportunity for all the royal couples to come together.
Even though she won’t be there, she still hopes everyone can reconcile for the sake of the Princess of Wales.
However, one should take the tabloid’s claims with a grain of salt. There is no proof that Meghan Markle will be joining Prince Harry on his trip to the United Kingdom next month.
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