Meghan Markle is expected to return to the UK with Prince Harry in September and this has caused panic at Buckingham Palace.
The Duke and Duchess will be visiting for Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee, after the monarch sent them an invitation.
Daniela Elser, a leading expert on Australian royalty, warned that her return will be “positively pyretic” and distract the Queen’s attention.
“The stage is set for a public relations and logistics nightmare of unmatched proportions for the palace. The goal of the four-day Jubilee festival is not just a multi-million dollar exercise to shore up the UK pennant industry.
“There is a serious message behind this matter, namely, reinforce the diplomatic importance and philanthropic weight of the monarchy“.
“That is, the House of Windsor seems to be focused on doing everything possible at this time to prop up the monarchy and ensure that it can weather the potentially difficult years of King Charles III,” Elser continued.
“That goal could be seriously undermined if the Jubilee feast tIt ends up being completely subsumed by the turbulent melodrama of Harry and Meghan’s return“, he concluded.
Meghan is doing her best to improve her relationship with Palacio
After a tumultuous year that involved a series of explosive revelations that put the couple at odds with palace sources and the two future kings of England, the prince harry Y Meghan MarkleThey are reportedly just trying to “keep the peace” with the royal family and focus on their children. .
“It’s no secret that Harry and Meghan have been at war with royalty for the past year,” a source told Us Weekly about the increasingly strained relationship between former royalty and their family. “Not all is forgiven, but after all the backlash regarding his interviews, of which, by the way, the couple does not regret, They are doing try my best to keep a good relationship with the queen to keep the peace“.
And the birth of their daughter, Lilibet Diana, named after Harry’s late mother Princess Diana and the childhood nickname of Queen Elizabeth, is doing a lot to ease those family tensions.
The monarch was the first to receive a video call from the couple after the baby’s arrival, as well as the first to learn of Meghan’s second pregnancy.
In response to a BBC report that the queen was “never asked” about the girl’s name, a Sussex spokesman said, “The Duke spoke with his family before the announcement, in fact, his grandmother was the first member of the family he called. During that conversation, he shared his hope to name his daughter Lilibet after him. If she hadn’t supported her, they wouldn’t have used the name“.