'She simply doesn't care!' Why Meghan Markle may never come back to the UK
Royal biographer Tom Bower says Meghan Markle has 'no intention of ever returning to UK as she doesn't care what Brits think'
The Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, seems to have no interest in the royal duties and has 'no intentions' to return back to London, says Tom Bower, a royal biographer. Bower said that Meghan may never come back to the UK as she 'simply doesn't care' what the British public thinks and has 'imminent backing to become a US politician'. He also added that she sees the UK as a 'lost cause' and is unlikely to return for Jubilee celebrations or ever.
Markle, who now lives in a $14M mansion in Montecito, California had stepped back from royal duties in 2020. Bower, who is currently working on a biography of Meghan, told the Sun: 'Meghan's ultimate destination is unclear, but she certainly has the backing to make a bid to star as an American politician. In parallel, Britain is a lost cause for the Sussexes. In truth, I suspect Meghan no longer cares whether she is welcome in London. She has no intention of returning.'
Last year, Markle's three-day visit to New York was a 'remarkable success' and she clearly enjoyed support among 'Democrats, minorities and the young.' At the same time, her popularity seems to have fallen in the UK, especially since her marriage. All this sums up to one notion that Markle may be inclined towards US politics, says Bower in his recent statement. Earlier, he said that Meghan was branded 'that minx' by the Duchess of Cornwall, who thought she was 'a self-seeking troublemaker'. He also suggested the Duke and Duchess' silence over the Queen's declaration that Camilla would one day be Queen Consort was 'Meghan’s way of declaring war.'
While there is no news of the Duchess returning to the UK for the jubilee celebrations, Prince Harry is believed to have 'reached out to his father' to have 'friendly video calls' ahead of the event. He was expected to come to the UK for the Duke of Edinburgh's memorial service in the spring and the Queen's Jubilee in the summer. However, the return seems unlikely, according to the security officials.
During a recent announcement to mark the Queen's Platinum Jubilee last week, Her Majesty spoke of her 'sincere wish' that when the time comes, the Duchess of Cornwall will be known as Queen Consort, not Princess Consort, as announced on her marriage to the Prince of Wales. While everyone in the royal family seems to be in agreement, Prince Harry and Meghan have not offered any public word yet.