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Meghan Markle questioned over ‘unfair’ motherhood?

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle fallout with the Royal Family may also be affecting children

By Web Desk
March 02, 2024
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Meghan Markle has been accused of making her children with Prince Harry, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet, miss out on major childhood things.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's broken relationship with the members of the Royal Family seem to be “depriving” their children of childhood, a royal expert claims.

Meghan is accused of doing so in consideration of the fact that Archie, 4, and Lilibet, 2, have had negligible time to spend with their royal relatives, most importantly, their paternal grandfather, King Charles.

Meghan and Harry live with their children in Montecito, California currently.

It’s “not fair”, said royal commentator Lydia Alty, and called out the Duchess of Sussex "depriving" Archie and Lilibet of time with their royal relatives, along with the time they can spend with their cousins Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis as children.

"Her children, Archie and Lilibet, need to see their grandfather. It's not fair just to whisk them away to California and deprive them of contact with their grandfather," Alty told OK!.

The expert recalled “when Meghan moved to the US and took Prince Harry and her children with her,” and added that she “personally didn’t think [Meghan] was happy once she left or about the idea she would want to return to the UK.”

"She didn't like the Royal Family, so left the institution to start a new life in California,” Alty added.

"I think in this current state of affairs with regards to King Charles' recent diagnosis, she should put the past behind her and let her family see the King."

The expert further claimed that although there are tensions between King Charles and Prince Harry, he would undoubtedly "love to see his grandchildren".

Alty continued, "Of course, we don't know the full story, she might want to see her family in the UK, and might be sceptical for her family's safety, but if she's not happy, she should let them come back to the UK and see him because King Charles would love to see his grandchildren - especially during this time."