It’s been a tough year for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry.
While 2023 got off to a promising start with the January publication of Harry’s debut memoir, things quickly went downhill for the Sussexes.
These days, Harry and Meghan’s approval ratings are at an all-time low, and the drop in popularity is starting to hit them in the pocket.
Fans were stunned by the recent news that Meghan’s Spotify podcast was canceled after just one season, and there have been reports that the Sussexes are worried about their future earning potential.
Setbacks are inevitable in any race, and we’re sure the Sussexes will be fine in the long run.
But there’s no denying that fans and haters alike are watching closely to see how the couple will overcome these recent challenges.
Some believe Meghan will return to acting, while others think she will change course and rebrand herself as a fashion and beauty mogul.
And then there is a third group that believes that Harry and Meghan have no choice but to return to London with their tails between their legs.
“Obviously, Megxit has blown up in their faces,” one of those informants says In contact.
“Harry begins to wonder if they made the right decision to leave England. He even suggested to Meghan that they go back to London and to the royal family.”
The source went on to make the rather dubious claim that Harry has already begun the process of mending relations with his estranged family.
“Harry admitted that he had called William to call a truce and told his brother that he and Meghan would be willing to return to London, where they would serve King Charles,” the source says.
The source claims that Harry is prepared for the possibility of his proposal being rejected, but is hopeful that King Charles will forgive his transgressions, if only for appearances’ sake.
“Harry needs a Plan B,” says the source.
“Even in light of everything that’s happened, what would it look like if Charles said no?”
The source is correct that Charles would probably welcome Harry and Meghan if they apologized to him.
We’re just not convinced the Sussexes are going to humble themselves anytime soon.
Yes, they’ve suffered a few career setbacks in recent months, but this slump is nothing they can’t overcome, and let’s not forget: Harry and Meghan are still pretty wealthy.
In short, we don’t think they need to be installed in any real room at any time in the near future.