Meghan Markle will not return to the UK ‘if she can help it’ after her ‘monarchy bashing’ interview with Oprah Winfrey caused her to lose the respect and adoration of the British people, a royal expert claims.
Prince Harry, 36, and Duchess of Sussex, 39, moved to California last year after retiring as senior members of the firm.
According to Anna Pasternak, the couple ‘did not stay’ [in the UK] long enough ‘and the British now feel’ betrayed ‘after initially keen to embrace former actress Meghan for being’ not an aristocrat ‘but an’ ambitious, amazing woman ‘.
Speak against Fox news, Pasternak said she cannot see the Duchess all becoming a “ beloved and treasured member of the royal family with the united respect and adoration of the British people. ”
“Unfortunately … I think that ship sailed,” she claimed. Will Meghan Markle return to the UK? My speculative answer would be no, not if she can help it. ‘
Royal author Anna Pasternak has said that Meghan Markle (pictured with Harry during their controversial Oprah interview) will not return to the UK ‘if she can help it’, adding that she ‘doesn’t ever make her a loved and treasured member of the royal family can be seen ‘. family with the united respect and adoration of the British people ‘
It is known that Prince Harry will return to the UK in July to unveil a statue of his late mother Princess Diana in Kensington Gardens with his brother Prince William, 38. The couple will reportedly reunite on July 1, at what would have been her 60th. birthday.
Meghan will likely stay in the US because she is pregnant with the couple’s second child – a daughter – expected in the summer.
In an extraordinary interview with presenter Oprah Winfrey last month, Meghan and Harry made explosive claims about the company, with the Duchess claiming she felt suicidal but received no support.
She also suggested that their son Archie was denied the title of prince because of the color of his skin, while Harry claimed that his relatives were ‘trapped’ in the monarchy’s institution.
Pasternak told Fox News that many people feel the interview showed “a total disrespect to the monarchy and in a sense to the British” because the royal family is “part of the British psyche.”
“This bashing of the monarchy can also be seen as British bashing,” she said. “And it is clear from personal knowledge that Prince Charles, Prince William, Duchess Kate Middleton and the Queen – they were just so shocked and saddened.”
Pasternak added that the couple’s two-hour bombshell interview with Oprah last month was “ a total disrespect to the monarchy and in a sense to the British, ” adding, “ Because the monarchy is part of the British psyche. So this monarchy bashing can also be seen as British bashing ‘
Pasternak added that people were ‘excited’ for Harry when he met Meghan and hugged her and their ‘incredible wedding’ but said the couple ‘didn’t stay long enough’ and were ‘critical of the whole thing’, who ‘felt as if they were throwing it back in our faces’.
‘In the beginning, we really went to Meghan because she wasn’t an aristocrat … She was actually a very ambitious, wonderful woman. So I think in some ways a lot of people in Britain feel betrayed by her, ”she said.
Pasternak said she believed Meghan’s claim during the Oprah interview that she “ didn’t quite understand what the job was’ ‘when she applied as a royal and “ went into it naively,’ ‘but warned powerful women marrying into the Windsor family’ is not going well ‘.
She claimed that those who are stoic and keep their heads bowed while fulfilling a sense of duty, like Kate Middleton and Camilla Parker Bowles, are the ones who hold out.
In last year’s US elections, the Sussexes launched a thinly disguised attack on Donald Trump, urging voters to “ reject hate speech, ” which a spokesman for the couple described as “ a call to decency. ” Trump himself stated that he was ‘not a fan’ of Meghan
Pasternak stressed that the one thing you can’t do as a member of the royal family is’ have an opinion ‘- instead, they have to remain impartial and apolitical and’ just smile ‘, something she believes Meghan is’ too animated and sharp ‘to do.
In last year’s US election, Harry and Meghan seemed to show their political colors when they launched a thinly disguised attack on Donald Trump by urging voters to “ reject hate speech, ” which a spokesman for the couple described as “ a call to decency ‘.
Rumors are now circulating that the Duchess of Sussex is planning to run for president, with royal biographer Tom Bower indicating she will be ‘likely’ to stand.
Pasternak admitted that she too can see Meghan trying for political office because she has an ambition that ‘knows no boundaries’.