Meghan Markle, Prince Harry Reportedly Want To Make Their UK Return Like A Royal Tour, Tell People The Dates Ahead To Allegedly Give Them A Chance To Gather

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will be flying back to the United Kingdom despite the frosty welcome they received in June during the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebration. Several royal experts weighed in on the couple's upcoming return, and they had almost similar opinions about the couple's motive.

Meghan Markle And Prince Harry Reportedly Want To  Make UK Return Look Like Royal Tour

Mail on Sunday editor at large Charlotte Griffith shared her thoughts about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's impending return to his home country when she joined the Palace Confidential podcast last week. According to Griffith, the move announcing the dates was part of their PR strategy.


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"I think they've announced these dates because they want to give a chance for crowds to gather because if they do have a Netflix crew with them, they don't want to...I mean, imagine how embarrassing [it would be] if there were about three people up there sort of waving," Griffith claimed. "They want us all to get excited and to talk about it, and they want it to look like a royal tour, I think."

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Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Reportedly Consider Themselves Royals But Cherry-Pick Duties

Femail Falf-Hour podcast host and Daily Mail columnist Sarah Vine agreed with Griffith's opinion that the couple still considers themselves royals. However, she noted that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tend to cherry-pick what they want to do, unlike the royals.


"I think they do still think of themselves as royals. I mean, they behave like royals, and they use their titles. They just do the bits of being royals that they want to do," Vine added.

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Royal correspondent and author Victoria Murphy, who also appeared on the said episode, agreed with Vine. She acknowledged that the Sussexes achieved a level of independence that they did not enjoy when they were still serving the firm.

"Despite the criticism that they get, they have kind of achieved ... what they want because they are now doing what things that they want to do, in the way that they want to do them. They have that control," Murphy said.


Stay tuned for more news and updates about Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and the rest of the members of the royal family.

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