MEGHAN Markle is said to have “decided to forgive” the Royal Family after Prince Philip’s death and “wants to put their differences aside”.
Palace officials said the Duchess of Sussex was advised not to travel for Philip’s funeral – although it’s claimed she stayed home as she “didn’t want to be the centre of attention”.
And a friend said she has reportedly encouraged her husband and his family to “put their differences aside” – while she’s also ready to move forward.
They told the MailOnline: “Meghan said her main concern right now is supporting Harry… she said she left it up to him as to whether or not she would attend the funeral.
“Meghan said it’s during these times when family should come together, put their differences aside and unite as one.
“She said this is what Prince Philip would want and that she’s willing to forgive and move forward.”
It comes as Piers Morgan said self-pitying members of the Royal Family should stop whinging and follow Prince Philip’s example.
Without naming any names, the former GMB presenter urged younger royals to “park the ego, don’t whine, work hard, shun Oprah and remember you owe your fame to the job and public support”.
Citing Prince Philip’s 10-point guide to royal duty, Piers compared the Duke to the Queen Mother, his mother-in-law, as somebody who held passionate views in private but never demanded to speak “their truth” in public.
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