The Megxit puts royalty experts in a quandary: it’s hard to imagine the future in the face of this situation. According to one of them, questioned by People, this “deep” scramble is even “unprecedented”.
The deadline has never been closer and soon Meghan and Harry will officially leave the royal family. After a successful last lap, the Duke and Duchess would already be on their way to Canada to meet up with their little Archie.
While they were in the United Kingdom for what seemed like a final salute, they appeared surrounded by their entire family on March 9th for a mass. Obviously, the slightest deeds and gestures of the royals gathered in this holy place were scrutinized to try to detect a sign of reconciliation.
But according to a source questioned by the People site, the hypothesis of a great forgiveness cannot be affirmed with certainty.
It must be said that, as he says, “this whole situation is unprecedented”; in all its long history, the House of Windsor has never provided such drama. “There is no comparison with the past,” he explains, leaving experts in the dark as to what will happen next.
It is impossible to compare the situation between the two brothers, once so close, and their wives to a fact from the past. “(this) confusion is deep,” he admits.
On their last family outing, love didn’t seem to be the word of the day. Short video excerpts of the greetings between the “Fab Four” were unanimously perceived as cold, not to say icy.
If from the inside, everyone described their separations as rich in emotion, in front of the audience it was nothing of the sort. Kate, who is said to be saddened, seems closed while Meghan displays a big smile worthy of Hollywood. The Queen is said to have forgiven her favourite grandson for her confusing choice. Not sure if her brother has been forgiven as well.