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Meghan Markle the hand extended to the Royal family ready to forgive


Is it time for reconciliation between the Sussexes and the royal family? If Meghan Markle will not be present at the funeral of Prince Philip, she would nevertheless be ready to move forward.

Prince Harry will be alone at the funeral of his grandfather Prince Philip on April 17. Pregnant with their second child, Meghan Markle, his wife, could not join him for his return to the United Kingdom, on the orders of his doctors. But not only that. The actress and former Suits star prefers not to be the center of attention as the event will be a final tribute to the Duke of Edinburgh. According to a friend of Meghan Markle, the latter is finally ready to reach out to the family of her husband.

Since the interview given by the Sussex couple to Oprah Winfrey, water seems to have flowed under the bridge on the side of Meghan Markle? And would the death of Prince Philip, at the age of 99 on Friday, April 9, also have influenced her in this desire for reconciliation. “She encouraged her husband and family to put their differences aside and stay united,” her friend reportedly explained to The Sun. She says she is ready to forgive and move on.” Finally reaching out?

Meghan Markle and Prince Philip, their special bond

It must be said that Meghan Markle has always carried Prince Philip in her heart. Indeed, the Duke of Edinburgh was the member of the royal family to whom she was closest. According to one of the friends of the 39-year-old American, they had him and her “a special bond and she adored him.” During their explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey, the couple was careful to spare Queen Elizabeth II and her husband. The loss of Harry’s grandfather, with whom William’s brother had many similarities, could well have made Meghan Markle think and motivate her to move on.


Meghan Markle: it is Prince Philip to whom she was closest

Meghan Markle, pregnant with her second child, will not attend the funeral of Prince Philip scheduled for this Saturday, April 17 at Windsor Castle. A painful decision for the duchess, who had a “special bond” with the Duke of Edinburgh according to a friend.

This Saturday, April 17, Prince Harry will attend alone the funeral of his grandfather Prince Philip, who died on Friday, April 9 at the age of 99. Seen on arrival at Heathrow Airport, the Duke of Sussex took the direction of Frogmore Cottage, where he observes a quarantine, health crisis obliges, before the ceremony scheduled at Windsor Castle. His wife, Meghan Markle, remained in the United States. Pregnant with about six months, the Duchess of Sussex has received orders from her doctor not to travel. A decision that arouses criticism across the Channel. Relieved, Meghan Markle, who would have done everything to be present, finally defers to this decision, preferring not to “be the center of attention.”

The Duchess of Sussex liked Prince Philip, according to her relatives. A friend said in The Express, she and the Duke of Edinburgh “had a special bond and she adored him. During her explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey, Meghan Markle was careful to spare Queen Elizabeth II and her husband. The grandfather of Prince Harry and his wife had points in common. Notably the fact that they had a difficult start when they arrived in the royal family. The Duke of Edinburgh also had to impose himself and ignore the many critics. Far from having forgotten his past difficulties, he was concerned about the integration of newcomers into the monarchy. The painful memory of Lady Diana, unable to integrate, still remained in his mind.

To say that the Duke felt disappointed would be a considerable understatement

A most warm welcome had therefore been reserved for the Duchess of Sussex. But when the couple made known their desire for emancipation, and decided to withdraw from the royal family, Prince Philip had expressed his deep disapproval. “To say that the duke feels disappointed would be a considerable understatement” reported our sources. In anger, the Duke of Edinburgh had not hesitated to compare the Duchess of Sussex to another American divorcee who had shaken the British crown years earlier. The explosive interview of the couple of Sussex to Oprah Winfrey on March 7 and their attacks against the Firm had not helped matters. But Prince Philip, hospitalized for many weeks, was already too weakened to express his discontent again …

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