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Meghan Markle will reportedly not join Prince Harry in the UK due to 'hostility towards her'

Meghan Markle will reportedly not join Prince Harry in the UK due to 'hostility towards her'

Meghan MarkleHer possible return to the UK alongside her husband, Prince HarryThe date of his visit to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Invictus Games remains uncertain.

Harry will be making the trip in the next few days before the event. However, royal experts say Meghan is unlikely to attend the event as she has been given a “hostile” reception.

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The alleged reasons why Meghan Markle will not join Prince Harry in the UK

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The Duke of Sussex may have to make the transatlantic journey alone as tensions continue between him, his wife and the royal family.

according to Sun USARoyal author Richard Fitzwilliams stated that Meghan would be opposed to accompanying Harry because he believed her participation would overshadow the message of the ceremony.

Fitzwilliams said the former “Suits” actress's absence should not come as a surprise because it was “obvious” she would face hostility from the royal family.

He told the media: “I never thought Meghan would come because of the hostility towards her, but I want to say that no one needs to stress that he is hostile.”

He also considered that the press would not help at all, as it would focus more on the Sussexes' behavior in recent years.

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Fitzwilliams added: “In any case, her presence at the reception will overshadow the message of the ceremony, and you don't want that, as far as Harry is concerned.”

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Prince Harry will give a reading at the Invictus event

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Harry is scheduled to give a reading at the 10th anniversary of the Invictus Games, which will be held on May 8 at St Paul's Cathedral.

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The Invictus Games are Harry's multi-sport initiative for wounded, injured and ill servicemen and women, both service members and veterans. Its first edition was held in 2014, and was subsequently held in Toronto, Sydney, The Hague and Düsseldorf.

A spokesperson for the initiative confirmed that the Duke will give a reading at the event, with actor Damian Lewis in line to read the poem Invictus.

“The Invictus Games Foundation will celebrate 10 years of changing and saving lives with a ‘Thanksgiving Service’ at St. Paul’s Cathedral on May 8,” a statement posted on the Games’ social media read.

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They added: “We will be joined by our Patron, Prince Harry, The Duke of Sussex, actor Damian Lewis and members of the global Invictus community to mark the occasion.”

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It is the Duke's first trip to the UK since his visit to King Charles after he announced he had cancer

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Harry's return to the UK will be his first since he rushed to see his father, King Charles, after news of his cancer diagnosis became public knowledge.

For her part, Meghan has not set foot on British soil since attending Queen Elizabeth II's funeral in September 2022. She declined an invitation to attend King Charles' coronation last year because it conflicted with Prince Archie's fourth birthday at the time.

Speculation is rife about whether Harry will meet his beloved sister-in-law, Kate Middleton, after she recently revealed that she was suffering from cancer in a video message.

The last time he was in the country, he was dismissive of the Welsh, which showed how deep the rift ran in their relationship.

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At the time, Harry said he was “grateful” to see his father, and hoped the diagnosis would have a “reuniting effect” on the royal family.

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King Charles is open to reuniting with Prince Harry

National Thanksgiving service to celebrate Her Majesty The Queen's platinum jubilee, at St Paul's Cathedral, London, UK, on ​​June 3, 2022. June 3, 2022 Pictured: Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex.National Thanksgiving service to celebrate Her Majesty The Queen's platinum jubilee, at St Paul's Cathedral, London, UK, on ​​June 3, 2022. June 3, 2022 Pictured: Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex.
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according to Sun USAThe royal author went on to discuss the possibility of a reunion between Harry and his father, noting that the royal has always “kept the door open for Harry.”

Speaking about the possibility of a face-to-face meeting during Harry's journey across the pond, Fitzwilliams said: “In terms of Harry, yes, without a doubt, I thought he would have liked to see his father.”

He told how Harry rushed to see Charles when he was diagnosed with cancer, indicating that he did not expect any problems if Harry wanted to see the King again.

“The King has always kept the door open for Harry, but that does not necessarily mean he will always get a warm welcome,” Fitzwilliams said. All expectations.

He added: “I do not think it is very difficult. It depends on how reconciliation is defined.”

The royal expert also shared that he doesn't expect the Sussexes and Wales to repair their relationship anytime soon, noting that William's animosity with them runs deep and that they “don't have the trust of the royal family.”

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King Charles must resume his public duties

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Last week, Buckingham Palace revealed that the king intends to resume his public duties for the first time since his cancer diagnosis was announced.

A palace statement said: “His Majesty the King will soon return to his public duties after a period of treatment and recovery following his recent cancer diagnosis.”

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He continued: “To help celebrate this achievement, the King and Queen will make a joint visit to the cancer treatment center next Tuesday, where they will meet with specialist doctors and patients.”

The Palace also noted that “Her Majesty’s medical team is very encouraged by the progress made so far and remains positive about the King’s continued recovery.” Upcoming engagements will be adjusted where necessary to minimize any risks to Her Majesty's continued recovery.