Meghan and Harry have ‘dealt with Megxit’ and ‘extremely happy’ in US
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are said to have dealt with all the issues left after their royal exit last March and are very happy with their circumstances, a royal expert revealed.
It has been one year since the Duke and Duchess of Sussex dropped the bombshell announcement of stepping down as senior members of the Royal Family.
The Queen is expected to discuss the so-called Megxit issues and review their position in coming March.
Royal expert Omid Scobie, who co-authored the biography Finding Freedom, questioned if the review is needed given sources close to the couple told him that Meghan and Harry are "extremely happy" now.
Speaking on the latest episode on podcast Heirpod, he told co-host Maggie Rulli: "Reports out in the UK this week and last week suggested that the couple had been eager to extend that 12-month review period but, guess what Maggie, I have checked it with sources and none of this is true."
Maggie giggled and asked: "What do they say?"
Omid continued: "They say the couple is extremely happy with their current circumstances and in fact, have dealt with all of the issues that were left after that, sort of, breakaway in March.
"Remember we were talking at the time about security, we were talking about how they would commercialise the work that they were doing, a lot of those negotiations on March 31.
"But those close to the Sussexes said all of this has been dealt with now. We are actually very happy where they are, it begs the question whether this review is even needed anymore."
Royal author Sean Smith, who wrote the book Meghan Misunderstood, previously told Daily Star he thinks a review of Meghan and Harry’s decision is completely "pointless" and "rather patronising".
He said: "I think the review is completely pointless and rather patronising in a way.
"It’s kind of saying, oh you go away for a year and we have a look and see how you’re getting on.
"They’re successful, grown adults, they can do what they wish and if they’re financially independent too, then great, goodbye."
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