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Meghan and Harry: Christmas visit to UK ‘difficult’, Levin says
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle rocked the monarchy with their decision to leave the cabinet last year and, since moving to the United States, have sent new shockwaves through the palace by doing an interview with the host of American cat Oprah Winfrey.
As tensions between the Sussexes and the Royal Household have been strained in recent months, the Queen has repeatedly stressed that Harry, Meghan and their children are much-loved members of her family.
The Sussexes welcomed their daughter Lilibet into the world in June and given that they have not been in the UK as a family unit since 2019, there is growing speculation that they could return to Great Britain. Brittany for a visit this Christmas.
It would therefore be the couple’s first festive season with the royal family since 2018 … given everything that has happened since then, not easy.
December could be the perfect time for a visit and would allow the Queen to finally meet her new great-granddaughter, whose name pays homage to her.
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Katie Nicholl, author of the 2019 book Harry and Meghan: Life, Loss, and Love, has suggested that a Christmas in the UK in 2021 may well be in the cards for the Sussexes. Speaking to Closer, she said: “Christmas is seen as an opportunity.
“There may be a softening, which could pave the way for a healing of the family divide.”
If Harry, 37, and Meghan, 40, took the initiative to board a flight from California to London, they might be happy to have an ally when they reunite with royal relatives.
Prince Charles‘ wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, could be the one offering them support, according to royal commentators.
Camilla is “always accommodating,” says Robert Jobson
Royal author Andrew Morton has claimed that some at the top of society sent codes and signals to Meghan and Harry during their tenure as royals to express their level of affection towards the former actress American.
In his book Meghan: A Hollywood Princess, Mr Morton says it was a way for them to show her that she was accepted into the family.
Among those allegedly offering a ‘secret coded’ gesture to the Sussexes was future Princess Consort, Camilla, who showed ‘genuine affection’ and even broke typical royal protocol by holding Meghan’s hand and kissing her goodbye at an event celebrating the 70th anniversary. of the Princes Charles.
Mr Morton writes: “This rare royal gesture was a sign of how quickly the American actor had been accepted and treated with genuine affection by the royal family.”
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“Without saying a word,” he added, Camilla “signed to the world watching them” that Meghan was one of them.
A visit from Harry and Meghan is “definitely what the Queen wants,” Ms Nicholl said.
She added: “A meeting suggests that they are hoping to move forward and sort things out.”
The Duchess of Cornwall, who hasn’t had the easy task of becoming a royal, could be just what they all need to make things right – an understanding peacemaker who sets the stage and provides support once Harry , Meghan and the kids arrive.
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Camilla and Prince Charles started dating in the 1970s. They have now been married for 17 years, but the road to a stable and accepted relationship was difficult, as it took years for the British public to accept Camilla as their new partner. of Charles and later, wife.
After the tragic death of Princess Diana, Camilla’s entry into the royal bubble was bumpy and much of the British public was against her. However, she has won over fans in recent years and her popularity appears to be on the rise.
Camila’s tough times in the royal spotlight may serve as a way for her and Meghan to bond, as the Duchess of Sussex has said she couldn’t have felt ‘more alone’ as a senior royal .
Ms Nicholl added: ‘When Harry and Meghan left they made it clear that they did not want to abandon their home in Britain.
“They still have Frogmore Cottage and their plan was to come back to the UK.”
While Meghan has not traveled to the UK at all since the couple left the royal family and moved to the US in March 2020, Harry’s visits have been few – the latest, for the unveiling of the statue of his mother Diana.
Seeing him alongside his brother William thrilled royal fans and opened up the question of whether seeing the brothers together would become more common in the future.