The Queen, Prince Charles and Prince William will decide the fate of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in the royal family without the spouses present. Royal biographer Robert Lacey told the Royally Obsessed podcast that the Big Three royal personalities deliberately rejected Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s invitation to the Megxit talks. Lacey’s new book The Battle of the Siblings details the various royal paths of Prince Harry and William and the ongoing rift between the two brothers today.

He explained, “We already know that next March, there is some kind of review of this situation.

“When the agreement was drawn up in March this year, the Queen proposed a period of 12 months and then a review.

Harry doesn’t want that. Harry is very happy in exile.

“But Buckingham Palace says that in March of next year, or before the end of March, the Queen, Prince Charles and Prince William will sit down and examine what they think should be done next.”

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Mr. Lacey added, “It is interesting that there is no mention of Harry being included in this.”

He asked, “So how can they reach a common solution is not clear.”

The next time Meghan and Harry will be in the presence of the royal family, it may not be until next July.

The royal biographer explained: “Next July is Diana’s birth anniversary.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle surprised members of the royal family earlier this year when they stepped down from their royal roles.

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The couple lost their Royal Highness title and moved to California with their son Archie.

The Sussex family faced a wave of violent reactions from the public after the split, with rumors of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s anger at the pressure he was putting on them as senior members of the royal family.

Lacey also suggested that Prince Harry reacted angrily at “blaming everything” on the royal family.

He said that the Duke of Sussex “resented” his role in the royal family from an early age.