According to the report Meghan revealed that she was suicidal during the worst days of her trial. Moreover, before the boy’s birth, she further shocked the world by disclosing that one of her in-laws expressed anxieties about Archie’s skin tone. Yet the death of Prince Philip just weeks later further increased the drama, because as it put the royals under an even brighter spotlight and forced Harry to make a very public return to the UK.
According to the British media what the future holds in the duration of relations between the Cambridges and the rest of the royal family. Also, it seems that in most cases, the diagnosis is very grim indeed:
“The Oprah Winfrey interview, let’s not make any bones about it, went down like a lead balloon,” On Sunday the royal editor of the Mirror Russell Myers said in a radio interview. “As far as Harry and Meghan are concerned, I think they will be left to sort things out on their own,” Myers told: “They’ve been a distraction for the most part for the family,” As little more than obstacles that need to be overcome to that at this point, it looks as though most members of the Windsor clan view Harry and Meghan. “There will be quite a lot of dissatisfaction within the camp, and it remains to be seen whether they will be brought back in.”
Asked about Harry’s return for Philip’s funeral, Myers speculated that the younger prince likely came home with “his tail between his legs.” Man said “Certainly, I’m sure that Harry was a bit sheepish seeing the rest of his family,”.
“The rest of the royal family are very, very united in trying to get back to business.”
“I wish the Queen had felt able to abdicate,”
Mantle said: “I understand that she thinks of this as a sacred task, from which you simply cannot abdicate, whereas the rest of us think of it as a job, from which you should be able to retire.” In the end, if the experts might disagree on what to become of Harry and Meghan, it seems they all equal that the couple’s future will not include further involvement with the royals.