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“The Megxit Doesn’t Matter Anymore”: Meghan And Harry Expected By The British



Faced with the coronavirus outbreak in the UK, Archie’s parents may be able to return home and even reconcile with the whole family.

The coronavirus also affects the royal family of England. The British feared for the health of the Duke of Edinburgh, the 98-year-old husband of Queen Elizabeth II. Princess Beatrice could see her marriage become the worst ceremony in the family.

And Prince Harry has just announced that the Invictus Games, the sports games ceremony he created, will be postponed because of the spread of the epidemic.

But Covid-19 could also have positive repercussions: reconciliation between the exiled prince and his wife on the one hand, and the rest of the royal family on the other. But according to the Daily Express, the Megxit, so much commented on at the beginning of the year, would no longer thrill the United Kingdom in comparison with recent events: “All of a sudden it all seems less important”.


And for good reason: the United Kingdom, with 177 deaths, is one of the European countries most affected by the epidemic. The crisis is so serious that several royal experts are even announcing that the couple may be returning to the Windsor area.

“One wonders if this is not a time when Harry would want to be with his family rather than halfway around the world where he has no friends or landmarks,” says the tabloid, quoting experts Angela Mollard and Zoe Burrell.

Two and a half months after the announcement of the departure of the beloved child from the country, is there an attempt to reach an agreement? This promises more royal twists and turns!

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