Prince Harry, Meghan Markle’s marriage ‘cracking’ after major legal loss

Prince Harry lost a major legal battle for his UK security in London High Court

By Web Desk
February 29, 2024

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s united front is starting to see some cracks especially after his efforts to make UK comeback.

The Duke of Sussex had been contesting the decision to downgrade his security status after he stepped down as a working royal, arguing that he is being treated unfairly amid significant security threats.


However, the Duke lost the case against the government in London High Court.

Despite many of his efforts, Harry is also facing tensions in his marital life as his wife is not keen on making a return to the royal family, per Relationship expert Louella Alderson.

Alderson suggested to The Mirror that if the former Suits actress decides not to return to the UK given her “apprehension” about the royals, it “could potentially cause tension between her and Harry,”

She noted that given that Harry is “adamant” about his UK return along with her and their kids, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet. The expert explained, “If Meghan is not on board with the visit and decides not to return, Harry could feel let down or disappointed.”

“This could lead to conflicts and arguments between them as they navigate their individual desires and needs within their marriage,” she continued. “It’s important for them to communicate openly and honestly about this issue in order to avoid any potential conflicts or resentment towards each other.”

She advised that it would be better to “come up with a plan” rather than “dismissing each other’s concerns” on the matter.