Royal biographer claims Prince Harry and Meghan Markle won’t EVER return to Britain because the Duchess ‘won’t want to curtsy for Kate’
- Andrew Morton, who penned Diana: Her True Story, made the remarks today
A royal biographer has claimed Prince Harry and Meghan Markle won’t ever return to Britain because the Duchess ‘wouldn’t want to curtsy for Kate’.
Andrew Morton, who penned Diana: Her True Story – In Her Own Words, made the remarks on Sky News on Sunday morning.
Asked if he expects the pair to ever return to Britain, Mr Morton replied: ‘What, and have Meghan Markle curtsying to Kate Middleton? I don’t think so, I don’t see that as a runner.
‘They’ve got their own lives in California, they’ve got their own set, they’ve got their own influence and they’ve got their own companies.’
It comes after the Mail on Sunday revealed that neither the King nor the Prince of Wales will meet the Duke of Sussex when he visits Britain this week.
Andrew Morton, who penned Princess Diana’s ‘unauthorised, authorised biography’ five years before her death, made the remarks on Sunday morning
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex during day two of the Invictus Games Sydney 2018 at Sydney Olympic Park on October 21, 2018
Prince Harry will travel to the UK to attend the annual WellChild Awards, a charity of which he has been patron for 15 years.
But a palace insider said the King had ‘no time in the diary’ to see his son, while his brother Prince William is not thought to have been in touch with Harry for months.
And Mrs Markle, 42, will not accompany her husband to the UK, instead flying straight to Germany for the Invictus Games.
The Invictus Games is an annual international sporting event for wounded and injured service people and veterans founded by the Duke back in 2014.
The 2023 instalment of the games, which begins on September 9 in Dusseldorf, comes amid the debut of the Prince’s Netflix documentary about last year’s event.
Released on Wednesday as part of the Sussexes’ £80million deal with the streaming giant, ‘Heart of Invictus’ has reportedly so far failed to break the top 10 charts in either the UK or US.
The five-episode series features athletes preparing for last year’s edition of the games and saw Harry open up about his mental health struggles after returning from military duty in Afghanistan. His wife Meghan Markle appears only briefly in several scenes in support of Harry.
Princes William (left) and Harry (right) are pictured at the unveiling of a statue of their mother, Princess Diana at The Sunken Garden in Kensington Palace in July 2021
Prince Harry is pictured with his father King Charles back in May 2018 when the then Prince of Wales was hosting his 70th Birthday Patronage Celebration
Prince Harry’s new Netflix documentary ‘Heart Of Invictus’ has reportedly failed to hit Netflix’s Top 10 streaming charts. He is pictured in the series (centre) along with Meghan Markle (left)
But while the show has received positive ratings from the critics, it’s understood that the series has failed to impress the viewers at home.
Newsweek reported that ‘Heart Of Invictus’ has so far failed to find any popularity with users of the streaming platform – missing out on reaching the daily Top 10 chart on each of the three days since its release.
‘Heart Of Invictus’ was reportedly intended to be the first of the Sussexes’ projects released in partnership with Netflix but was delayed.
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