Meghan Markle thought she would not be welcomed to Balmoral before Queen’s death



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Meghan Markle thought she would not be welcomed to Balmoral before Queen’s death

According to experts and royal correspondents, Meghan Markle did not travel to Balmoral for fear of a cold welcome from her family. After the news that the health condition of Queen Elizabeth suddenly worsened, the British media reported that family members are urgently traveling to visit her at the Balmoral Castle where she was staying, including Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle.

However, Harry arrived at his grandmother's last time alone, without Meghan, and some are convinced that the reason for this is the fear that other members of the royal family will not warmly welcome him there, as stated by the BBC's royal correspondent Nicholas Witchell.

Meghan remained in London after deciding not to travel to Scotland with Harry due to an alleged sudden change of plans. A spokesman for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex had previously confirmed that the couple would travel to Scotland together, but then reports emerged suggesting Meghan would not be going to Balmoral.

Although it is not clear what caused the change of plan, Witchell speculates that the reason may be fear of how family members will react to her.

"Meghan might not be warmly welcomed"

“She might not be terribly warmly welcomed, to be perfectly candid about it,” he said.

he told the BBC. Prince Harry is believed to have arrived at the royal estate shortly after the announcement that the Queen had passed away. Meghan recently lashed out again at the members of the British royal family, the press, and Great Britain, in the latest bombastic interview with The Cut magazine, after which her spokesperson Omid Scobie had to intervene.

Among other claims that are sure to horrify courtiers is that she heard from Harry that some members of the royal family can't work and live together and that she is returning to Instagram after giving up all social media profiles when she married Harry in 2018.

“Meghan felt it would be wrong to go to Balmoral given her history with the royal family,” a source told the magazine on Thursday, September 8. “It was direct family only, and she is unwelcome there,” the insider added.

The article was published after it was reported that Harry and Meghan would not be visiting the Queen at Balmoral when they arrived in Britain due to a dispute over insurance, and just days after Meghan complained in her new podcast on Spotify that she had to continue royal engagements. tour in South Africa after a fire in Archie's bedroom.