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Meghan Markle and Harry, in panic, ask for extension of the Megxit agreement


As the end of the Megxit agreement approaches, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry fear the worst. They are even ready to return to the United Kingdom to conduct face-to-face negotiations with the royal family.

The Megxit is still in the minds. According to the British media, the Daily Mail, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle “want a 12-month extension of the Megxit agreement that would allow them to retain their royal patronage beyond the March 31 deadline.” To seal this agreement, little Archie’s parents could even return to the United Kingdom.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who retired as members of the royal family last January, hope to reach a more permanent agreement to ensure they can continue as non-active members of the royal family while retaining their patronages.

The announcement of their departure on January 8, 2020 had been a bombshell across the Channel, but the scandal was quickly swept away by the coronavirus pandemic. Now settled with their sons Archie in Los Angeles, Harry and Meghan Markle could be back in London to negotiate face-to-face the terms of this contract with the British Royal Family.

The deadline for the contract is March 31

The couple would like to return in time for The Queen’s 95th birthday and The Duke of Edinburgh’s 100th birthday on April 21 and June 10, 2021 respectively.

Tensions between Meghan Markle and Prince Harry with members of the British monarchy have reportedly eased since last January, when the newlyweds relinquished their prominent role in England’s royal family. Queen Elizabeth II has managed this crisis, like the other ordeals of the year 2020, with great wisdom, drawing inspiration from the behavior of the late Princess Diana.

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