Prince Harry arrives at the High Court in London
Meghan Markle does not want her children Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet to see King Charles because she still blames him for forcing them to quit the UK for America, a psychotherapist has claimed. Eduardo Omeltech was commenting a day after Prince Harry surprisingly turned up at the High Court in London at the start of a case he and others have brought against Daily Mail publisher Associated Newspapers related to alleged privacy breaches.
And Mr Omeltech, who describes himself as an energy and emotions specialist, believes the Sussexes are some way off of patching up their relationship with the King and other senior royals following the fallout from Megxit.
With the King’s Coronation, fixed for May 6, fast approaching, and the couple now living in California, it is still unclear as to whether Harry, Meghan or neither will attend.
Mr Omeltech claims ultimately the decision to call a truce is likely to be left to the former Suits actress, rather than her husband.
He said: “More than likely, Meghan will be the one to decide that they will offer an olive branch.
“But at the moment she doesn’t want the children to see their grandfather, as she feels he is to blame for them having to leave the Royal Family.
“It will probably be a decision that she makes quite quickly and spontaneously, but once she has made that decision, Harry will go along with what she wants.”
Addressing what the Duke of Sussex needed to do now, Mr Omeltech suggested he should move on from the events of the last few years.
He explained: “Harry needs to think strategically now and focus on the next chapter, not try to deny things that may have happened in the past.
“What he needs now is to focus into his inner power to look forward and to not hold the past in the present.”
He continued: “If he doesn’t this is going to eat him up even further.
“Therefore, he needs to notice and focus on the good things.
JUST IN: Harry’s surprise UK visit has one word ‘written all over it’ – expert
Giovanna Fletcher talks Princess Kate friendship and royal’s ‘legacy’ [LATEST]
Harry and Meghan ‘claw’ onto royals as they lose Hollywood – expert [LATEST]
Prince Harry ‘wants to be centre of media attention’, says expert [LATEST]
“Some past traumas live on in the present and sap his energy.”
Ultimately Meghan, 41, would also be keen to resolve the situation, Mr Omeltech claimed.
He explained: “Now Meghan will feel guilty for everything that happened, for all the trouble that happened.
“Because she loves the family and as a loving wife feels and sees how his husband is going through problems with the royal family and their loyalty.”
Prince Harry returned to a London court for a second day of hearings this morning.
The case is one of several brought by the Duke of Sussex in his battle with the press and alleges the publisher hired private investigators to illegally bug homes and cars and to record phone conversations.
Associated Newspapers Ltd. denies the allegations and is seeking to throw out the case, arguing that the claims are too old and rely on information they turned over in confidentiality for a 2012 probe into media law breaking.
Meanwhile Harry and Meghan are now odds on to attend the King’s coronation after his spokesman said he and Meghan have received an invitation from Buckingham Palace, according to bookmaker William Hill.
William Hill Spokesperson, Lee Phelps, said: “While speculation surrounding the royal couple’s plans for May 6 has been rife, we now expect the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to attend the ceremony together at odds of 4/9.
“Should one of the pair choose not to attend, it seems most likely Meghan will be skipping the important date, with Harry to attend without Meghan at 5/1 and Meghan to attend without Harry deemed unlikely at 33/1.”
Source: Read Full Article