Meghan Markle News: Meghan and Harry have no ‘chance’ to return without ‘any compromise’. Royal | News

Meghan Markle News: Meghan and Harry have no 'chance' to return without 'any compromise'. Royal | News

The Duchess and Duchess of Sussex do not show “any chance” of becoming a full-time royal in the future, claims the author of a new Meghan Markle biography. However, he added that Prince Harry and Meghan could occasionally be “welcomed back” for royal duties and performances. Sean Smith, who wrote ‘Meghan Misunderstanding’, spoke to ITV’s Lorraine about whether the pair would have a role in the UK again.

He said: “I don’t think he has a chance to be a full-time royal in the future.

“It simply came to our notice then. If there was a compromise, it would require two sides.

“I think when and when they come back, it will be a great increase.

“I think everyone will be very happy to see them. They made a very famous appeal.”

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Meghan and Harry’s exit deal with the monarchy is due to be reviewed in the spring of next year.

This is understood by many as the Queen is leaving the door open for her possible return.

However, the couple has already fulfilled their promise to be “financially independent” from the royal family, confirming that they have repaired Frogmore Cottage with their 2.4 million taxpayer.

He has not received any money from Carnival’s Duchess since April, and has secured a multi-million dollar deal with US streaming company Netflix.

The biographer added: “The negativity around Meghan Markle is endless.

“In the morning he gets criticized for brushing his teeth, let’s face it. This is ridiculous.

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“He wasn’t wearing a hat, he was wearing off-the-shoulder clothes, he closed the door of his car, the horror of the shock… it’s ridiculous.

“He was a very serious man before he met Prince Harry.

“That did not appear in my book until page 175, and until then it was a treatise established under the leadership of the Secretary-General of the United Nations.”

Will Smith

About the author: Will Smith

Alfred Lee covers public and private tech markets from New York. He was previously a Knight-Bagehot Fellow in Economics and Business Journalism at Columbia University, and prior to that was a reporter at the Los Angeles Business Journal. He has received a Journalist of the Year award from the L.A. Press Club and an investigative reporting award from the Society of American Business Editors and Writers.

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