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Meghan Markle’s Decision About Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet Disappoints King Charles

Meghan Markle has reportedly made a decision that has saddened King Charles, as she has chosen not to bring her children, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet, to the UK during their upcoming visit in May. This decision has left the monarch disappointed, as he was eager to meet his grandchildren in person.

Royal commentator Charlotte Griffiths discussed Meghan’s decision on Talk TV, stating that there is little chance the Duchess of Sussex would accompany Prince Harry to London, and even if she did, she would not bring her children along.

Griffiths emphasized that Meghan had never been fond of the rural royal lifestyle and the prospect of spending time in the highlands during the summer.

Griffiths expressed her doubts about Meghan’s willingness to visit Balmoral, given her past preferences. She speculated that even if Harry were to visit, Meghan might choose not to bring the children, which she described as “really sad.”

The decision comes amid reports that King Charles is eager to meet his grandchildren, especially Lilibet, whom he has not yet met due to her young age. Archie, too, has not visited his birth country since Harry and Meghan’s departure from the UK in 2020.

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A source shared with Page Six that King Charles is “desperate” to see his grandchildren and may extend an olive branch to Meghan and Harry by inviting them to Balmoral for a reunion.

The source highlighted Balmoral as a perfect, restful setting for such a meeting, suggesting that life is too short to delay such reunions.

While the invitation remains speculative, the source believes that Harry and Meghan should agree to the visit if it is extended by King Charles, considering the significance of family reunions and the opportunity for the children to meet their grandfather.

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