Six bombshells from Endgame as Meghan Markle ‘never wants to set foot in UK’

Bombshells are set to be released through an upcoming biography on the Royal Family as it claims Meghan Markle "never wants to set foot in the UK" again.

Biographer Omid Scobie is set to reveal plenty on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who are seemingly keen to pull away from the Royal Family even further.Prince Harry is also set to move on from speaking to the family without an apology, the book claims/.

A series of claims made in the new biography, Endgame, allege the warring factions of the family are still at play and the rift is growing once again, The Mirror reported.

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Several allegations made in the book, released next week, claim Meghan would be keen never to set foot in the UK again, while Princess Kate and Prince William are embarrassed by the Sussex duo.

Meghan 'never wants to set foot' in UK

Even if the Duchess of Sussex does not wish to return as she "never felt at home", she has kept the family up to date with developments on family life with their children, Archie and Lilibet.

Expert Scobie writes the Duchess "never wants to set foot again in England" and has so far not done so other than the brief UK trip. She did not make an appearance back in May for the Coronation of King Charles III.

Why Meghan missed King Charles Coronation

Meghan, who has not returned to the UK since the death of Her Majesty, Queen Elizbeth II, also skipped out on the Coronation. The reason for this Scobie alleges, is because she did not want to "dive back into the soap opera of the court".

Meghan however is believed to send "photos of the children" to various members of the Royal Family, but is not keen to head back to the UK. She skipped out on the Coronation, Scobie alleges, because she did not want to "dive back into the soap opera of the court".

It would seem it is best if Meghan does not return to the UK too, as according to Scobie the reception she would receive from certain members of the family is not all that positive.

King Charles asked staff to 'get rid' of Harry

But a crisis meeting with King Charles and staffers for the Royal Family may have been the reason behind the pair being booted from their home.

King Charles reportedly asked an assistant to make up an excuse of an "overworked" day to avoid a meeting with the Duke.

The duo departed the Frogmore Cottage permanently and are now residing in California after severing ties with their royal duties back in March 2020.

Kate shudders at Meghan's name

Princess Kate reportedly "grimaced" during an interaction with Meghan, where the Duchess of Sussex borrowed some lipgloss.

One eyewitness claimed: "Every time she hears about Meghan, Kate shudders and giggles." It is not the only trouble between the Sussex duo and members of the Royal Family either, with also roped into some worrying revelations.

When the Sussex duo were booted from Frogmore Cottage, Prince Harry allegedly asked his father: "You don't want to see your grandchildren anymore?" Since reportedly posing the question, the pair have only met for meetings a handful of times.

Harry ready to move on from row

Though a meeting was brushed aside, and an apology is not expected, it would appear the relationship between Prince Harry and the rest of the family is about to expire. The Duke is, according to expert Scobie, ready to move on without an apology.

The Duke allegedly said: "I'm ready to forget. Get an apology or explanation? At this point, who cares, right."

It comes as the Daily Star reported a hopeful Sussex duo were hoping for an invite to Sandringham Estate Christmas celebrations. There does not appear to be any invite forthcoming for the couple at present.

William and Kate's 'Christmas snub' to Sussexes

And there is little for Princess Kate and Prince William to care for, as the duo reportedly snub the Sussex duo at Christmas – apart from a present.

An awkward interaction between the pair would likely want to be avoided as attending members of the Royal Family are expected to follow a strict series of rules when in the presence of other members of the family.

The Daily Star reported a number of stringent rules including etiquette on the day, types of gift-giving expected from each member as well as a ban on certain board games and television.

Endgame is available from November 28.

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