Meghan Markle, 40, and her husband Prince Harry, 37, have been urged to accept Queen Elizabeth II’s invitation to Balmoral. Her Majesty reportedly extended an olive branch to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex by inviting them to spend time at her home in Scotland. The 96-year-old monarch embarked on her ten-week stay at Craigowan Cottage last month and other members of the Royal Family are expected to join her throughout the visit for short periods.
Royal commentator Kinsey Schofield has since claimed that Meghan and Harry must take any chance they can to resolve royal rifts as “no one has any interest in having the Sussexes around” following their shock exit and subsequent interview with Oprah Winfrey.
Ms Schofield told the Daily Star last week: “If Harry and Meghan accept the Queen’s invitation to Balmoral it will be out of necessity.
“Megxit was one thing but the Oprah interview was an entirely different level of betrayal.
“I still don’t believe that Harry and Meghan properly weighed the pros and cons of executing that interview.
“And after the Queen dies, that might be a moment of reckoning. Who knows how the monarchy will change?”
Mr Hilton told Ms Schofield that “Harry has no family here, in Montecito. He has no life-long friends in Montecito.
“He has new friends: he hobnobs with David Foster, Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom, and with Ellen I’m sure,…