A royal expert has asserted that “nobody wants” Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in the UK following reports that they are extending an olive branch to the royal family.
Earlier this month it was reported that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are hoping to repair their soured relationship with Prince William by renting an apartment in Kensington Palace.
But royal biographer and expert Angela Levin claims that the exiled royal couple’s “help” is simply not wanted on Harry’s home soil.
“I think they’re doing this whole thing about they want to come back… they were going to rent a room in one of the palaces and be there so that they can help, but nobody wants them to help,” Levin told Sky News Australia.
Levin later told GB News that the royal family simply doesn’t trust Harry in case he “sells whatever is said to him.”
“You can’t trust Harry,” she said. “You don’t know if he’s going to sell whatever you say to him to earn a lot of money, Netflix or somebody else.”
Despite Harry and Meghan’s alleged damage-control gesture, another royal expert says a reconciliation between the feuding brothers isn’t on the cards anytime soon.
“I see no signs of that whatsoever,” Talk TV’s Royal Editor Sarah Hewson told Sky News Australia earlier this month. “The damage, the wounds are so deep it’s gonna take an awful lot and an awful long time to heal those wounds.”
“And, at this stage, I just don’t see any evidence whatsoever that there is a desire on either side, yet, to put an end to this and to forgive and forget,” Hewson added.
In fact, royal experts believe that the Sussexes may have pushed King Charles “right to the limit.”
Charles Rae, former royal editor of the Sun, said the pair’s myriad of attacks on the royal family cemented their status as “total outcasts.”
“Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have become total outcasts,” he told TalkTV. “They’ve had their HRH titles [His and Her Royal Highness] stripped from the royal family website.”
Since stepping down as senior working members of the royal family in 2020, the pair hightailed it across the pond in a desperate quest for “privacy.”
After settling down in Montecito, Calif., the couple sat down for a bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey, followed by the release of their six-part Netflix documentary, as well as Harry’s protocol-shattering memoir, “Spare.”