Under What Conditions Meghan Markle Consider Reconciliation With Royal Family

Meghan Markle’s potential return to the royal family remains a topic of speculation, with experts suggesting that only extreme circumstances, such as the death or serious illness of King Charles or Kate Middleton, could prompt her reconsideration.

According to royal expert Tom Quinn, it’s believed that King Charles may extend an invitation for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to join the Royal Family at Balmoral over the summer holidays. However, Quinn suggests that Meghan would be reluctant to accept the invitation without certain conditions being met, particularly an apology from the royals for past grievances.

In an exclusive interview with The Mirror, Quinn elaborated on Meghan’s stance, explaining, “Meghan and Harry feel that turning up at Balmoral will put them on the back foot as it’s very much Royal Home turf.” He added, “And Meghan won’t want to go back on her public insistence that she will never return to the UK – she’ll only do it if she gets the apology she has always demanded, unless something really dreadful happens, either King Charles or Kate become gravely ill or even die. If that happens all bets are off.”

Quinn previously outlined Meghan’s requirements for reconciliation, emphasizing her desire for the royal family to acknowledge past grievances and issue a “groveling apology.” He noted Harry’s support for Meghan in this regard, stating, “Harry would like a reconciliation, but supports his wife completely and until she feels that the Royal family have been sufficiently nice to her – and grovelingly apologised for the past – it’s not going to happen.”

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Despite the potential challenges, there have been hints from King Charles suggesting that Meghan and Harry should visit Balmoral this summer to address the ongoing family feud. Quinn explained, “Charles knows that Harry and Meghan are much more likely to respond positively to an invitation after the shock of Harry’s father’s cancer diagnosis and Kate’s cancer diagnosis. It’s one of those situations where good might just come out of bad.”

Meanwhile, Prince Harry is scheduled to return to the UK in the coming weeks to participate in an event commemorating the 10th anniversary of the Invictus Games, further fueling speculation about the potential for reconciliation within the royal family.

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