Meghan Markle, Harry Had A Showdown With Queen Elizabeth Involving Megxit And Archie’s Custody
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, allegedly, had a showdown with Queen Elizabeth via Zoom.
In its Jan. 18 issue, In Touch Weekly claimed that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex spoke with the queen via video call for two hours to discuss their Megxit agreement.
Last year, the queen announced that Prince Harry and Markle would be given a one year trial period following their decision to quit The Firm.
Now, the tabloid alleged that the couple is asking the queen for an extension before Her Majesty decides whether to welcome them back or let them go for good.
During the conversation, Prince Harry, allegedly, asked the queen if he could keep his military titles. And he and Markle also want to keep their royal patronages even though they are no longer working as senior royals.
However, the queen feels that Prince Harry is asking for too much. Even though she’s given him and Markle a leeway to try and see if a non-royal life is right for them, it seems that they want a mile from her.
“Just when Harry and Meghan had gotten on better terms with the royal family following their time away, this Megxit review is causing all sorts of new problems,” the source said.
To add to their issues, the queen is also trying to create a new custody agreement for Prince Harry and Markle’s son, Archie.
The source said that the queen is worried that if the couple’s marriage doesn’t work out, Prince Harry won’t be able to get custody of his son because he’s in the United States.
This is also one of the reasons why the queen wants to make sure that Prince Harry would come home to the United Kingdom regularly.
Unfortunately, it’s unlikely for the couple to return to the United Kingdom for good because they’re reportedly having a blast in Montecito.
Their businesses are also booming after Prince Harry and Markle signed a multi-year deal with Netflix and Spotify.
As of late, there is no proof that the queen had a showdown with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex via Zoom.
After all, these types of conversations usually take place in private. And the details of their discussion aren’t shared with the public.
According to Entertainment Tonight, Prince Harry’s relationship with the royal family has also improved so it’s unlikely for him to want to rock the boat.