A royal expert thinks Meghan Markle is “terrified” of Archie and Lilibet’s significant decision and that they may come to blame for it later

Princess Lilibet and Prince Archie have been in the public eye for years, despite their tender age. A number of experts cautioned the pair that as their children grew up, it might be their parents—Prince Harry and Meghan Markle—who had relocated the family to the US and later criticised the royal family.

Royal titles were bestowed upon their children by Harry and Meghan, who claimed that this was their “birthright.” However, because they haven’t spent much time with their uncle, cousins, grandfather, or King Charles in the UK, they have a very tense relationship with them.


Was it the right choice for Harry and Meghan’s kids to follow their dreams of starting over in the US? Meghan Markle now worries that it will have a big impact on her kids later on because they might look back and hold her responsible for the way their life ended out, according to a royal expert. The world’s followers have always been very interested in royal offspring.

Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis are just a few examples of the generation that started this trend, but for many years, they have held a special place in the hearts of royal admirers.

Prince William and Harry have been the media’s main focus ever since their mother, Princess Diana, rose to prominence as a “princess of people’s hearts.” Sadly, her death in 1997 brought them much more attention.

“It’s wonderful to be able to have a friendship that feels like we’re not always together, and we talk a lot, so it’s always beneficial to be able to share that with someone.” There’s no denying that Harry and Meghan’s new existence in the US differs greatly from their years spent as royals.

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The Sussexes made important decisions for their children that could have an impact on their lives in the future, whether or not they lead public lives. In the meantime, their children had little family nearby.

Regretfully, Tom Quinn, a royal specialist, now asserts that Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, worries that Lilibet and Archie would “blame her for depriving them” of the opportunity to become royal employees.

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However, Quinn told the Mirror, “we should always keep in mind that adage, ‘never say never,’ because it will come back to haunt you when you change your mind, especially if you are a public figure like Meghan.” One of the couple’s few aristocratic friends from her time in the UK, who is also Meghan’s friend, told me that although she misses some aspects of life back home, she is also concerned that her children will blame her if they never get to see their cousins and feel as adults that they were cheated out of a fulfilling and enjoyable life as working royals in the UK.

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