Meghan Markle might be feeling a sense of relief as it seems she won't be spending Christmas with the Royal Family due to an ongoing family rift.
Rumours are swirling that Meghan, 42, and Prince Harry, 39, will be celebrating the festive season in the US instead of returning to the UK.
This comes after reports that the couple were left out of King Charles III's 75th birthday celebrations this week. It was initially thought that Prince Harry had declined an invitation.
However, a spokesperson for the couple told the Daily Mail: "There has been no contact regarding an invitation to His Majesty's upcoming birthday. It is disappointing the Sunday Times has misreported this story."
The Mirror's Royal editor Russell Myers commented on the situation saying: "They wanted it to be known that there was still no contact between them. They were putting it out actively to say that he has had no contact from anyone, his father or the Palace, and that just tells you a lot about the relationship."
Royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams reportedly hinted that it's doubtful Prince Harry and Meghan will spend Christmas with the Royal family.
He shared his thoughts on GB News, saying: "I suspect there is a mixture of emotions there. That will certainly not change now. They have no base in Britain, things have reached that stage, it is not good. The rift means there is no such possibility at the moment."
Meanwhile, relationship expert Louella Alderson spoke to the Mirror about the chances of Harry and Meghan, who are parents to two children, reuniting with the Royal family for Christmas.
She said: "Meghan may not want to reconcile with the Royal Family after the way she feels she was treated by them and the British media."
"Meghan might see this as a chance to distance herself even more from them and concentrate on creating a happy life with her family in America. Meghan might be relieved that she doesn't have to return to the UK any time soon and face the Royal Family."
"Regardless of her feelings, she probably wants to put her mental health and well-being first, as well as the happiness of her family. For Meghan, this could mean keeping their distance for now and reconciling when all parties are ready for a genuine and positive reunion."
Louella Alderson, a relationship expert, is also the co-founder of the So Syncd dating app.
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