Meghan Markle Fears For Her Children’s Safety In Dramatic ‘U-Turn’ Before UK Visit

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have embarked on a new chapter of their lives in sunny California after stepping back from their roles as senior members of the royal family.

While they have secured several lucrative deals, their journey has not been without its share of setbacks. The ongoing feud with the royal family continues to grab headlines.

Recently, Prince Harry paid a visit to his father, King Charles, after learning about the monarch’s battle with cancer. Surprisingly, Meghan did not accompany him on this trip.

Moreover, her plans to return to the UK next month have been thrown into doubt due to her concerns for the safety of their children.


During their groundbreaking interview with Oprah Winfrey, the couple made shocking revelations that ignited a public battle with the monarchy.

Despite their successful Netflix series and book deals, they have faced setbacks, such as the premature termination of their Spotify contract.

While Meghan’s podcast has been well-received, their media company, Archewell Audio, fell short of expectations, leaving Spotify disappointed with the output.

Their exit from the UK was humorously depicted on the television show “South Park.” The couple’s quest for privacy clashed with their desire to maintain a media presence.


As Prince Harry plans to return to the UK for a special event, Meghan is plagued by concerns for their children’s safety. She is reportedly reconsidering joining him, feeling unwelcome and anxious about the visit.

With their relationship with the royal family still strained, Meghan is hesitant to return to a place where she feels unwanted, despite reaching out to Kate Middleton during her health struggles.


Prince Harry wants his family to visit the UK together, but Meghan’s worries about safety and the potential for an unwelcoming reception complicate their plans.

The question remains: Will Harry and Meghan be able to reconcile with the royal family? The rift appears deep, making a reunion seem distant for the time being.