Hmm. This Looks a Sign of How Deeply the Royals Detest Meghan Markel

We all know there's no love lost between Meghan Markle and the royal family. But with the recent news of King Charles' cancer diagnosis and the actions of her husband, Prince Harry, it really highlights just how much animosity still lingers.

Prince Harry has returned to the UK to visit his ailing father, and he's chosen to bring along his children, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet, leaving his wife and the mother of his children, Meghan, behind in California.

It's a subtle move that speaks volumes for the relationship between Markle and the royal family. One might expect her to swallow her pride and stand beside the family she chose to marry into. But it appears that neither side is in a place to set asides differences and reconcile. 

From OK! Magazine:

"I’m not surprised that Harry has only made a flying visit. I think he will have wanted to see his father face-to-face to offer his support, but he will also not want to make the King’s health issue appear more serious by staying around," Professor Pauline Maclaran told an outlet. "He is also likely to want to get back to his family in the U.S."

Harry's meeting with Charles was reportedly short, but he will hopefully return to the U.K. with his two toddlers in the near future.

"This does seem to be a very positive step in terms of developing better relations with his father," Maclaran added. "I imagine he may make a longer visit in due course to allow the King to meet his grandchildren face-to-face."

OK! previously reported sources close to the Windsors predicted the veteran is focused on rebuilding his connection to the King.

“It looks like Harry may be learning his lesson … he really wants this reconciliation plan,” a palace insider told an outlet.

“I think he would be happy to be home [in England], albeit for a minute," the source noted.

Biographer Katie Nicholl explained how Harry's travels are reflection of where he stands with his brood.

"His father personally telephoned him to inform him of his cancer diagnosis, [and] Harry jumped on the overnight flight from Los Angeles," the expert told an outlet, adding Harry "came straight to Clarence House for what we understand was a brief meeting with his father."

"One could only imagine that it would have been an emotional reunion," Nicholl said. "Because they haven't seen each other since the King's coronation, and then they didn't get to spend very much time together at all."

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