King Charles III bans Harry and Meghan
Was it truly going to be the intention of the royal family to maintain their neutrality in the face of all this media attention given to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle? Well no.
Just a few days after the memoirs of the Duke of Sussex, “The Substitute,” were released in January, Charles III took a decision. The choice was to eliminate any chance of dwelling for Meghan and Harry within the several residences possessed by the Royal family.
Information obtained from “The Sun” suggests that the king would have informed Meghan and Harry of his choice by sending them an eviction notice in order to inform them of his decision.
Before making their final journey to Canada and California, the parents of Archie and Lilibet would therefore make arrangements for the return of their children’s personal things, which had been left behind at Frogmore Cottage.
Even though this news will undoubtedly come as a blow to Meghan and Harry, it is hardly the most bitter pill to swallow considering that Prince Andrew would have been welcomed to take up residence there! According to reports from the British media, “all of this almost certainly means the end of Meghan and Harry’s time in the UK.”
The keys to the house were handed over to Charles’ brother by Charles just the week before. Yet, Beatrice and Eugenie’s father does not appear to have any intention of moving into the home with five bedrooms.
At the moment, it may be seen in the Royal Lodge in Windsor, which is a massive palace consisting of close to thirty rooms. To refresh your memory, Queen Elizabeth II had extended the offer of Frogmore Cottage to Meghan and Harry, with the intention of giving it to Meghan as a wedding gift.
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