Meghan Markle & Prince Harry Won't Heal Rift With Royal Family As 'There's So Much Pushback' From The Pair, Commentator Claims: 'They're Considered Outsiders'
It looks like Meghan Markle and Prince Harry won't be making amends with the royal family any time soon.
“I don’t think that there’s any room to heal at this point because there’s so much pushback from the Sussexes," royal commentator Kinsey Schofield claimed. “I just feel like there’s so much animosity right now that they’re considered outsiders. We don’t have much time left with the Queen, and I wish that he [Harry] would heal the broken wounds that are happening right now so that we can look in the future and one day hopefully see Harry and Meghan within the fold, maybe not working royals, but invited for holidays, invited for Christmas.”
Harry declined to come to Prince Philip's memorial service in late March due to the lack of security, which left many people confused.
"Royals young and old came from far and wide to Westminster Abbey yesterday to pay tribute to Prince Philip – except one," royal photographer Arthur Edwards stated. “Prince Harry’s excuse for avoiding the memorial service for his own grandfather because of 'security fears' is, quite frankly, lame. Harry couldn’t be bothered to take a few days off from Netflix, or feeding his chickens in the US, to honor the grandfather who always supported him."
“Whether walking with the 12-year-old Prince behind his mother’s coffin, or giving support while Harry was on active service in Afghanistan, Philip was always there for him," he continued. “Sadly, he chose to stay away in his big house. You lost out, Harry, on a great occasion when the Who’s Who of Europe and beyond turned up to do honor to the man who for many years loyally served the Queen. As far as I’m concerned, after yesterday’s no-show Harry has burnt his boats.”