Meghan Markle could change her thoughts about royal family

Meghan Markle, who stepped down as senior working royal alongside her hubby Prince Harry in 2020,  could change her thoughts  about the royal family after  seeing the people’s love and respect for Queen Elizabeth II and her family.

The Duchess of Sussex, who previously hurled insults at some members of the royal family, seemed to change her opinion towards them after witnessing their popularity as she’s in the UK to attend the Queen’s funeral.

Harry’s wife made serious allegations against royal family during her tell-all interview with American TV host Oprah Winfrey and continued discussing her bitter relationship with the family in her interviews and recent podcasts.

Meghan has now understood that people love and respect the late Queen and her family, and won’t support or favour those who disgrace them to gain fame.

The Duchess has already cancelled her podcast following Queen’s death. It’s unclear how long the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will remain in the UK, but whenever they make their return, their lives will continue to be complicated by the momentous events of the last week.

Lilibet and Archie’s mom looked somber as she paid tribute to her mother-in-law. She was seen deep in thought through out the the mourning period.

She wore the earrings, which were given to her by the Queen, to honour the former monarch during her appearance at Westminster Hall on Wednesday.

It seems that Meghan might be repenting her hasty judgement about the Queen’s family after being aware of their respect across the globe. The Duchess would also be thankful that she did not directly hurled insults at the Queen in her high-profile interviews and chat.

There are speculations that Harry would also make some amendments in his much-anticipated book and would respect the Queen’s sincere wish to accept Camilla as Queen concert.

The Queen’s funeral, will be held on September 19, seems to unite the world, as more than 500 leaders and dignitaries from different countries will travel to the UK to pay their respects to the former monarch.

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