'Humiliation' would result from Meghan Markle and Prince Harry possibly rejoining the royal family!

'Humiliation' would result from Meghan Markle and Prince Harry possibly rejoining the royal family!

Updated on July 27, 2023 12:20 PM by Andrew Koschiev

According to a royal expert, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry would suffer "humiliation" if they decided to rejoin the Royal Family. The two stopped working for the family in the year 2020. With their children, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet, they live in California. 

In the middle of July, Meghan Markle looked to be just another wealthy mother when she went to a local farmers' market near the $14.7 million Montecito, California, home she shares with her husband, Prince Harry, and their children, Archie, 4, and Lilibet, 2.

The 41-year-old woman, wearing a tan maxidress and a white linen button-down shirt, paused to sample some honey before grabbing some fresh pink and white flowers and leaving with one of her dogs and a bodyguard by her side.

Returning to the royal family!

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Harry and Meghan appear to be settling into their new lives in the United States without any problems. But a source tells In Touch that the pair has reached its breaking point behind closed doors. As their popularity keeps declining and many disastrous business endeavors have worried them about money, they have grown anxious to rejoin the royal family. 

The factswow.com adds, "This is something they both want very much. Harry and Meghan have privately contacted Prince William to inquire about Harry's brother's potential return to the royal family.

Freaking out with finances!

One person who understands that a return to royal favor might save their career is Meghan. The source said, "It might give their brand a fresh look." It could enable her and Harry to continue educating others about how to improve the planet.

The increase would be helpful. The $20 million agreement with the duo's production firm, Archewell Audio, was canceled by Spotify in June, and their $100 million Netflix pact is dangling by a thread partly because of the ongoing writer's strike. "The cancellation of Spotify was bad enough," claims the factswow.com. "Harry and Meghan are panicking about their finances now that their Netflix deal is in jeopardy."

Even yet, the pair is prepared to make some concessions to the newly thrifty royal family. According to factswow.com, "He and Meghan are offering to rent an apartment at Kensington Palace and furnish it themselves." He believes it will delight William and demonstrate their commitment to returning.

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