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Another day, another royal expert weighing in on whether the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will ever manage to heal their royal rift.
Yes, despite stepping down from their senior royal roles, and swapping Frogmore Cottage for exclusive California enclave Montecito, Harry and Meghan are still all anyone can talk about here in the UK – from their first official joint magazine cover, to their whistle-stop tour of New York City last week.
Speculation has abounded over whether the couple will pay a visit to the UK after they fled their Windsor home “in the dead of night“; with some experts predicting that the Sussexes are priming for a Christmas trip with their children, Lilibet and Archie, and some predicting that they may never return to Britain again.
In the latter camp is royal commentator Robert Jobson, who recently told US Weekly that he isn’t expecting a UK visit from Meghan anytime soon.
“I’m not sure Meghan will ever come to Britain again,” Jobson, who is the author of Philip’s Century: The Extraordinary Life of the Duke of Edinburgh, said. “She’s not popular [right] now.
“We have to wait and see.… Harry, I’m sure he thinks he’ll be there for the [Platinum Jubilee],” the…