Freshly back from the UK, having secured her last royal engagements, would Meghan Markle be ready to return to England yet? According to The Express, there are several indications that the Duchess of Sussex has not said goodbye to her husband’s homeland and is even planning to return very soon.
It all comes together for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. Two months after announcing their departure from the Firm with a bang and then flying to Canada, the Sussex returned to the United Kingdom for a series of final royal engagements.
Monday, March 9 marked the Duchess’s last day as a senior member of the Royal Family of England on Commonwealth Day. Released, the former Suits series star packed up to find her little Archie, left behind in Canada. Prince Harry stayed in England for a few days.
But if Meghan Markle has left for her haven of peace, our British colleagues at The Express are convinced that she could organize his return to England much sooner than expected.
One of Meghan Markle’s last missions, carried out before she left the royal family in tears, would prove it. Indeed, she had recently visited Buckingham Palace to meet young academics as a patron of the Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU).
For, if they are deprived of the “Royal Sussex” mark on Tuesday March 31, Prince Harry and his wife “will maintain their royal patronage”. Markle, who is very committed to education for all, is not neglecting her role as a patron of ACU, a “very powerful spokeswoman” for the organization, according to its secretary-general Joanna Newman, and may soon return to the United Kingdom, the core of the Commonwealth, to devote more time to the cause.
Other evidence supports the hypothesis. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have “kept Frogmore Cottage” for their future stays in England, and another detail, rather revealing their desire to remain close to the Crown, has also been noted.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry set their sights on Canada, a Commonwealth country, to lead a new, more peaceful life far from the tensions and controversies. However, the rebels of the royal family were also thinking of settling in the United States, more specifically in Malibu.