The British reception of Meghan Markle during the funeral rites of Queen Elizabeth II has led the British press to believe in a future return of the actress and Harry to London. Royal Family expert Neil Sean stated on his YouTube channel that Archie and Lilibet’s mother felt comfortable with the public’s response to her presence. She feared that the bombastic statements made by her and her husband to Oprah Winfrey after their departure from the royal family would make her subjects look down on her.
The affection with which Meghan was received at Windsor Castle, where she was to visit the tributes to Queen Elizabeth II, would have encouraged her to return to London, according to the expert declared on his YouTube channel. “That could mean she’s ready to come back to the UK at some point,” Sean said.
“She was terrified of how the public might perceive her particularly here in the UK, but all those fears were allayed very quickly. Meghan now feels validated because the British people like her,” he said. At the time, Meghan was in Windsor with Harry, as well as Kate Middleton and William.
Meghan Markle would face problems to return to London: ‘Royalties don’t trust’
Neil Sean continued to analyze Meghan’s stint in Windsor. “What happened on Saturday proves that she is loved, but it’s not just the British public that should forgive her, it’s the senior members of the monarchy,” he declared.
However, the big stumbling block for Meghan is the Royal Family themselves. “That’s a good feeling, but the family doesn’t trust her. Harry will only be welcomed back after the divorce. The royals don’t trust Meghan Markle,” he said of the couple, who were uninvited to a dinner hosted by Charles and Camilla Parker to world leaders.
It is worth remembering that the actress was forbidden by King Charles III to accompany Harry on the last visit to Queen Elizabeth II, on her deathbed. Diana’s ex-husband would have recommended his son not to go to Scotland with his wife. Therefore, he arrived alone in Baumoral, being the last to say goodbye to the monarch, when she had already passed away.