The Duchess of Sussex, Meghan, is reportedly set to invite Thomas Markle, as well as Samantha Markle to visit her in the UK and see her baby.
Soon-to-be royal mother, Meghan Markle is planning on extending an olive branch to her family when she becomes a mother.
Meghan is said to be trying to patch things up with her family for the sake of her and Prince Harry’s upcoming baby. She is doing all this, so they have a relationship with their grandfather and aunt, according to Daily Mail.
The Daily Mail reports that:-
“The Duchess of Sussex is planning to extend an olive branch to the family and invite them to visit after the baby is born. Her sister, Samantha Markle included. Meghan hopes and prays that her baby will bring her family back all together”.
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However, The Royal UK reached to Kensington Palace for any comments in regard to the reports. But, Kensington Palace declined to comment on the story.
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There has always been a rift between the royals and Markle family.
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It was thought that tensions were rising between the royals and the Markle’s after Meghan’s dad allowed a handwritten note from his daughter after she became a member of the royal family, to be published in the press.
However, an anonymous friend claims that the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan appreciates the pressure her family are under given her position. This news comes the same week both the royal brides Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle looked to bury any kind of hatchet.
The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate and the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan firmly put their royal rift rumours to rest. They did it with their warm greeting of one another at the Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey.