Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are re-accepted into the royal family

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will be re-admitted to the royal family, a royal expert has claimed.

Ingrid Seward, editor-in-chief of Majesty Magazine, exclusively told Entertainment Daily that she believes the Queen will “forgive” the couple for her comments in the Oprah interview.

It aired last night (March 8th) with a series of bomb revelations that the palace has not yet responded to.


Royal expert Ingrid Seward predicts Harry can rejoin the royal family (Credit: Splash News)

Will Prince Harry and Meghan Markle be welcomed again?

Ingrid seems to think they will.

“I do that because Meghan is the mother of her great-grandchild.

“I think the queen is incredibly forgiving because it’s part of her psyche. When you look at their Christmas messages, it’s always about unity and forgiveness.

Read More: Body Language Expert Reveals Harry and Meghan Feel Like We’re Against The World.

“As a Christian, I think she will forgive them if necessary. It has always been her way. “

Ingrid also revealed that the Queen “understands that it is very difficult for modern young people to live within the confines of kings”.

“She said it herself. She said, “I think the younger ones find the regulated side difficult.” That was years ago when she said this, so I think she is compassionate and will be forgiven for this. “

However, she added, “I am not saying she will be forgiven now. I don’t think she will attack, but there will be a firm statement when they are ready. “

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Her Majesty The Queen will “forgive” Prince Harry and Meghan Markle (Image Credit: Splash News)

How are you going to phrase the statement?

“Very careful,” Ingrid revealed.

“I don’t think they’re in the denial business. I think it will be a comprehensive statement. “

She added, “They have a habit of saying as little as possible because they know that whatever they say will inflame the situation.

Read more: Prince Charles asked about the interview with Meghan and Harry during the public engagement

“But I think in this case because the queen is head of state and it really is the institution of the monarchy that is all part of the same thing that is being attacked, they have to react.

“I don’t think they’re being pushed in in a hurry.”

When asked if the queen would respond in person or perhaps in her own television interview, Ingrid said she didn’t think this would happen.

“Oh no, definitely not. That would really inflame the situation. “

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The royal family is unlikely to comment on the skin color comments referenced by Meghan (Credit: Splash News).

What does she think of the comments on Archie’s skin color?

Ingrid doesn’t think they will address this in any statement.

She said, “I don’t think you’re going to bring this up because what can you say? I don’t think they will, it will be general. “

When asked how they will feel if they are charged with racism, Ingrid added, “I think they are probably viewing this as part of the rich life pattern at this moment.

I think she is personable and she will be forgiven for this.

“All kinds of people are accused of racism and I think they won’t be surprised, but I think they will feel that it needs to be handled very carefully.

“I don’t know who made the comments, but as far as I know none of them are racist.”

However, she noted “discrepancies” between Harry and Meghan’s timeline when it came to the comments.

“There is a small discrepancy as to when the comment was made. So if it was before they were engaged, it could even have been something joking.

“Like, ‘I wonder what the baby is going to look like?’ Everyone says that. My feeling is that it was done in jest rather than malice.

“That’s how I read it. But obviously Meghan didn’t read it that way, but she wouldn’t because she is very sensitive to these things. She’s the one in the line of fire which is pretty uncomfortable. “

Will the Prince Harry and Meghan Markle incident leave a mark on the Queen’s reign?

As the longest-serving monarch in the country, Ingrid doesn’t think she will affect the queen’s reign.

“No. I think these things have a habit of being overly taken. Because the world is moving so fast now, it will wear off.

“Blanket Coverage, How Long Can You Go On?” She added.

“If the fire is not lit it will burn out. It won’t leave any more stains on the Queen’s reign than the Diana interview, and that won’t do any worse on her reputation. “

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