Megan Markle and Prince Harry took a lot of heat after their shocking interview, in which the Duke and Duchess of Sussex admitted that life in the royal family was not easy. The revelations have sparked rumors that they are thinking of leaving the bark for ever. Nothing has been officially confirmed, but royal experts now believe that the couple is ready to face Queen Elizabeth for her hearing.
Markle and Prince Harry Confront Exit Rumors
Much has been said about Harry and Markle leaving the royal family after a documentary aired a few weeks ago. In an interview with the documentary, Markle admitted that he struggled with adjusting to life as a king.
The former actress revealed that dealing with constant media coverage was super stressful. Things only got worse after she gave birth to her first child, Archie Harrison.
While Markle flourished before tying the knot with a prince
Harry, she admitted, was barely surviving backstage.
For his part, Prince Harry opened up about his auditory feud with
Prince William. Although he did not go out and say they were fighting, the Duke
from Sussex admitted that there have been ups and downs in recent years.
Bombing interviews led to intense speculation about Prince
Harry and Markle's future in the royal family – yet royal experts believe in this
Queen Elizabeth Does Not Want a Royal Separation
According to Express, Julian Reiden, an expert on royal cities, believes that Queen Elizabeth will fight to keep Prince Harry and Megan Markle in the family. The two have a major role in the monarchy and their loss would be a huge blow to the royal population.
"Harry and Megan are huge for them – they are modernizing forces in the royal family," Reedn said.
Reidon added that Prince Harry and Markle were attracted
younger audiences for the pianos and quickly make more of their fans
including. With the couple, she destroys the traditional boundaries, Her Majesty
he will probably do his best to persuade them to stay.
It is not clear how Queen Elizabeth will achieve this, especially given all that Markle and Prince Harry have gone through over the last two years. Unless something changes in the near future, it may be difficult to convince them to be king is worth the trouble.
Fortunately, the Sussex is on the way to taking a long vacation
this will hopefully give them some much needed breathing room.
Prince Harry and Markle Go to Hollywood
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex has only recently returned from a 10-day tour of South Africa, where they have visited several countries in the region and supported various charitable causes.
They are ready to continue their royal timetable until later
a month when they will fly to Los Angeles to visit Markle's mother, Doria
The couple is expected to stay in California for several weeks,
giving Ragland quality time with his daughter and grandson. We do not know
if the couple is going to make public appearances but they won't be
fulfilling all royal duties during his stay.
Although the trip is expected to be a good holiday, Reidon does not believe that Prince Harry and Markle will be able to recharge their batteries as much as people think. The two will still be in the spotlight, wherever they go, and their first trip to America as a family of three will be a big deal, no matter how close they get to it.
Inside Prince William and Prince Harry's feud
While Markle fights the British press, Prince Harry
Prince William's ongoing feud could also be a major factor in their decision
to leave the royal family.
Prince William has not yet commented on rumors, though royal
experts believe their feud may have started over a comment on Markle.
The Duke of Cambridge waited a long time before tying the knot with Kate Middleton, and experts believe he may have told Prince Harry to delay things before marrying Markle.
There is no way to confirm the theory – beyond official confirmation – but it is clear that something has happened between the brothers. We can only hope that this does not lead to a royal exit in the near future and that Prince Harry and Megan Markle will find happiness before it's too late.