Meghan believes she has entered ‘new stratosphere of importance’, says insider
Meghan Markle believes she and husband Prince Harry have entered a "a whole new stratosphere of status and importance" following a successful Invictus Games and meeting with the Queen, a royal insider has claimed.
The pair were also invited to join the rest of the Royal Family for Her Majesty's Jubilee celebrations, while Harry made some controversial comments during a US TV interview.
After the couple's first official trip to Europe since they quit the royal family in 2020, Meghan is allegedly thrilled with how it all went – despite the controversy.
A royal insider told Heatworld: “There’s a ton of back slapping going on right now inside Team Sussex, and Meghan could not be happier if she tried.
“She’s telling Harry they’ve played a blinder and their comeback is just getting started. But, she also knows it’s critical they maintain their standards and don’t allow anyone to try to steamroller them."
The insider added that Meghan wants her and her husband to "live their lives the way they want to" and that the "Royal Family will have to fit in with that."
Prince Harry should 'stay away' from Queen's Jubilee celebrations, says royal expert
They said: "In her mind, they’ve entered a whole new stratosphere of status and importance.
"She doesn’t care about the criticism and feels they’ve got what they want – back in with the Queen on their own terms.”
Meanwhile, a royal expert has claimed Harry and Meghan should stay away from the UK for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee and announce that they will be remaining in California.
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Speaking on the Palace Confidential talk show Richard Eden said that he believed that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were “loving” the endless speculation about their involvement in the Jubilee celebrations.
Earlier this month, reports emerged that that Harry and Meghan had been invited to take their place alongside Her Majesty the Queen and other members of the Royal Family, following the Trooping the Colour ceremony, to witness an RAF flypast from the Buckingham Palace balcony In June.
Representatives for Harry and Meghan have been contacted for comment.
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