Royal Line in the Sand: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Urged to Avoid Royal 'Monetization' to Heal Rift

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are reportedly wishing to end royal feud.

Jun. 21 2024, Updated 11:04 a.m. ET

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle reportedly wish to end their long-running royal feud, but they may need to stop one thing to have success with that.

"Members from the royal family have told Harry, if he wants a relationship with the rest of the family, then first and foremost, he has got to stop talking about them," royal expert Russell Myers shared.

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle talk to crowds of mourners after Queen Elizabeth II's death, Windsor Castle, September 10, 2022.

"They can’t go about making money off their associations with the royal family," he added. "They’re going to [have to] sort of realize, if they’re going to have a relationship with the rest of the royal family, they can’t go about trashing them."

The pair have reportedly been "permanently reprimanded" due to their continued use of their royal styles and titles for "financial gain."

"There is really no foreseeable way in which they’ll ever be welcomed back," royal author Christopher Andersen told an outlet. "Even if Harry was to throw himself at the king’s feet and beg for forgiveness — which Harry is not about to do — the best he could hope for would be crumbs from the royal table, and the sort of grudging acceptance that is currently being afforded to Harry’s disgraced uncle, Prince Andrew."

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Kate Middleton returned to duties on June 15.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have frequently been chastised by royal analysts and historians for using their royal connections after 2020's "Megxit," which saw them abandon royal duties.

"If Harry and Meghan are determined to monetize their titles, then they’ll just be digging that hole deeper and deeper," Andersen continued. "But if they simply use their California-centric celebrity to build their brand and steer clear of overtly capitalizing on the Sussex name and Windsor connection — well, everybody has a right to make a living. Even then, there would still be acrimony and zero chance of Harry getting back into the king’s and William’s good graces."

This news follows the moment when Kate, Princess of Wales, "made a statement" with her Trooping the Colour appearance on Saturday, June 15, while Meghan's team tried to plug her "failing" brand.

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex still use their royal titles.

"Hopefully, they’ll see that the royal family is very united without them, and if they do want a relationship, going forward, they need to take the steam out of their relationship and out of the things they sometimes say," Myers concluded.

The Duchess of Sussex has reportedly not set foot in the United Kingdom since Queen Elizabeth II's State Funeral in September 2022. Harry has returned intermittently since but always seems to receive a "frosty reception" from his family. and has not been invited to stay in any of the numerous royal residences each of these times.

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry left the royal family in 2020.

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The New York Post reported on Myers' comments.

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