Meghan Markle Reportedly Wants To Move From The U.K.
Say it isn’t so! Even though she’s been a member of the British royal family for well over a year now, there are new reports that suggest Meghan Markle is ready to quit the U.K. That’s because she apparently doesn’t like living in the shadows of her in-laws, Prince William and Kate Middleton. Here’s what you need to know.
According to Britain’s Express, the Duchess of Sussex isn’t the kind of person who likes to live her life in the shadow. She’s so upset with all of the negative press and the treatment that she’s received in Britain that apparently she’s ready to move out and move on!
Royal commentator Rob Schuter even said that Meghan Markle is trying to convince Prince Harry to relocate their family to the United States. That way she will not only be closer to her own family, but she also won’t have to deal with all of the politics and drama that is going on behind the scenes right now.
He told the publication, “Sources tell me within the Royal Family there’s been a lot of talk about Prince Harry and Meghan temporarily moving to Africa but that isn’t going to happen became Meghan is planning to return to America with her baby and her prince.”
Schuter added, “Sources add moving away from William and Kate Middleton is the goal. Meghan knows if she stays in Britain, this will always mean living in their shadow. Meghan is not the type of girl who is happy coming in second place.”
Yikes! Previous reports have indicated that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle decided to move to Frogmore Cottage near Windsor Castle simply because they couldn’t deal with all of the drama that was going on with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. A feud reportedly began when William told his brother Harry that he was moving too fast in his relationship with Meghan.
Needless to say, Harry didn’t appreciate his brother’s criticism and since then, they have barely been on speaking terms. So far the Duke and Duchess of Sussex themselves have not made any comments about the report or the supposed feud for that matter.
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