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King Charles won’t give ‘olive branch’ to Meghan Markle, Prince Harry to join working royals, expert claims

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As King Charles looks to the future of the British monarchy, the odds of him offering Meghan Markle and Prince Harry another chance to join the working royals are looking slim. "The king’s message in his first speech was clear – he loves Meghan and Harry – but he was also clear that they’ve chosen a different life," True Royalty TV co-founder Nick Bullen told Fox News Digital. "They’ve chosen to grow their life overseas, in the States.

He acknowledged that. His olive branch was simply, ‘I love you, you are very much a member of the royal family,’ as the queen said several years ago.

But also made it clear – ‘You’ve made your decision on what you want to do, and I support you in that, but that’s your decision.’" "I don’t think he will be encouraging them to rejoin the working royals," Bullen continued. "As you know, Harry and Meghan have made it very clear that’s not a role they want.

So I think the olive branch is a family olive branch. It’s not an olive branch to rejoin the working royals." King Charles III attends the committal service for Queen Elizabeth II at St.

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