Meghan Markle has been advised to move forward and try to resolve her longstanding feud with the royal family if she truly wants to pursue a possible political career, a royal expert has said.
Talking to The Daily Mail, royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliam shared his two cents about Meghan and Prince Harry’s impending visit to the UK for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
While talking about their upcoming visit, Fitzwilliam also touched on their royal rift, musing: “The rift has harmed the royal family considerably and it is also in the Sussexes interest that it be resolved if they want a future as philanthropists and possibly a political career may beckon for Meghan.”
He went on to state, “None of this would have happened if it were not for their royal links,” possibly referring to their celebrity status.
As for their UK visit, Fitzwilliam shared that the Queen might give them a warm welcome and could even be planning a ‘special welcome’ after snubbing them the honour of appearing on the Buckingham Palace balcony with the rest of the royal family members.
He said: “The Queen has stressed that they are much loved members of the royal family but their presence was always going to be controversial.”
“Given the fact that there will be worldwide interest in their appearance, it would not be surprising if a special welcome was extended to them in some form by the Queen.”
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