Meghan Markle, allegedly, tried to convince Prince Harry not to return to the United Kingdom for the unveiling of Princess Diana’s statue.
According to Woman’s Day, Meghan Markle couldn’t help but feel anxious over the thought of not having her husband around. After all, she just gave birth to their daughter, Lili.
However, a source claimed that this isn’t the only thing that’s making the Duchess of Sussex feel anxious.
Meghan Markle worried Prince Harry misses the U.K. too much
Since Markle, allegedly, knows that Prince Harry isn’t having a blast in California, she’s worried that the royals would be able to convince him to just stay in the U.K.
“Meghan’s worried that being in London without her might remind him of all the things he’s missing about it. Meghan’s also painfully aware that she’s far from the royal family’s favorite person and fears they might try to turn her husband against her. Although he never will, she’ll be out of sight at a very emotional time for Harry, which she’s not thrilled about. She wishes like hell he didn’t have to go,” the source said.
Prince William banned Meghan Markle from the U.K.?
The insider added that Markle has no plans to return to the U.K. anytime soon. And even if she did, the royals might not welcome her with open arms.
In fact, the Suits alum, allegedly, thinks that she’s been blacklisted from the palace by Prince William because they are still estranged today.
Additionally, Britons are not huge fans of Markle either.
“Harry’s not faring much better. He has to face his grandmother at a lunch she’s demanding he attend where he expects to get a thorough ticking off. Meghan is very worried there will be calculated attempts from his family to turn him against her,” the source said.
However, one should take the tabloid’s claims with a grain of salt.
Meghan Markle allowed Prince Harry to go to the U.K. because it is for his late mother, Princess Diana. And she has not expressed any concerns about her husband’s two-week trip.
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