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Duchess Megan’s return to England “nervous” for her

Duchess Megan’s return to England “nervous” for her

Duchess Megan
Her return to the UK will “nervous” her.

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Fear of your own family: For Duchess Megan, considering the upcoming celebrations for the Queen’s Jubilee, meeting the royal family again in Great Britain should be very stressful.

Duchess Megan, 40, is not surprisingly a little worried about her upcoming visit to London this week. After all, this is Meghan’s first appearance in public with Queen Elizabeth, 96, Prince Charles, 73, and Prince William, since stepping down as senior member of the royal family in January 2020. 39, and will be monitored by Go and every step they take.

All eyes on Prince Harry and the Duchess of Megan

However, this will not be the Queen’s first visit. Prince Harry, 37, and his wife met his grandmother on their way to the Invictus Games in the Netherlands in April. Returning to the 70th anniversary of the British monarchy would be completely different and more exciting than stopping in person for a while. Although it has been said that Harry and Megan will step back from the celebrations and, for example, will not stand on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, they are sure to attract attention. Precisely because they try to be the center of attention, everyone takes a closer look.

Duchess Megan and Prince Harry

Megan is afraid to come back to England

But above all personal moments Meghan has to worry. This is the first time Megan has met with other royal families after a defamatory interview with 68-year-old Oprah Winfrey, who has been accused of racism. Experts have often said that William and Charles in particular blame their sister-in-law and daughter-in-law for the difficult relationship between them and Harry.

Writer Duncan Larcombe British “OK!” Megan told the magazine she was “nervous”: “It could be incredibly nervous for Megan. I can imagine her coming back for some reason.” Duncan believes Megan is using the presence of her two children, Archie, 3, and Lilliput, 11 months, as “a good distraction” from serious conversations with the royal family. Everything revolves around children and no one dares to raise problematic issues in front of them.

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