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Queen begged Harry to divorce Meghan and save royal family, says source: 'Get out before she breaks your heart'

The source also alleged that the Queen feels like Meghan is using Harry for 'his royal connections to become queen of Hollywood'
UPDATED MAR 20, 2020
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Only days after Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle performed their last duty as senior members of the royal family, a source has claimed that the Queen "begged" Prince Harry to file for divorce from Meghan and "save the royals". 

"She told Harry dumping his American bride was the only way to save the royal family – and himself. Meghan ripping her husband away from his family is unforgivable in Elizabeth's mind. But the last straw was Meghan refusing to bring baby Archie to London for their final days as working royals," a source shared with National Enquirer, according to a report by New Idea

According to the publication, the Queen had expressed extreme sadness that she and her husband Prince Philip have not had the chance to spend much time with Harry and Meghan's baby, Archie since he was born.

The insider also alleged that the Queen feels like Meghan is "using Harry for his royal connections to become queen of Hollywood and will move on without him."

"Elizabeth is devastated to see her family at war and blames Meghan. She doesn’t think the couple's marriage can survive long-term — and wants Harry to get out now before Meghan breaks his heart. But Harry is under Meghan’s spell," the source shared. 

We had previously reported that Meghan had shared with her close friends that her farewell trip to the UK was a "confirmation" that her husband Harry and she made the right decision to part ways with the royal family.

Meghan spoke to her inner circle of friends and revealed that her last trip as a senior royal has been "bittersweet" but that she was "eager to get back home to Archie" as the couple prepares to officially step down as senior royals on March 31.

"She said [the trip] has been a confirmation that they made the right choice in parting ways," Daily Mail quoted a source as saying. "There's no warmth between the family members and she wants to raise Archie in a household that is filled with laughter and joy and lots of hugs."

"It's still weird to her that no one hugs and that everyone is so uptight, especially Kate. She said it's obvious that Kate and William do not approve of their choices and that you could cut the tension with a knife. Kate barely even looked at her and their interaction was kept to a bare minimum," the insider revealed.