Meghan won’t see UK as home ‘any time soon’ despite Frogmore deal, expert warns

Meghan Markle doesn’t see the UK becoming the Sussex’s home “at any point soon” despite their decision to renew the lease on Frogmore Cottage, a royal expert has claimed.

Ahead of their return to the UK for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee this weekend, reports emerged that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have renewed the lease on their UK home Frogmore Cottage.

The visit to celebrate the Jubilee with the Queen coincides with the couple’s daughter Lilibet’s first birthday, and will be the first chance for the monarch to meet her great-granddaughter.

However, speaking on his YouTube channel, royal commentator Neil Sean has suggested that the couple are unlikely to make frequent future trips across the Atlantic despite keeping hold of their royal home.

“As we know Meghan Markle herself is no huge fan of the United Kingdom, but it was Prince Harry who insisted that they needed to renew their lease, and the reason being is that they’re claiming that they needed a London base.

“Allegedly Meghan Markle thinks this, according to a good source, is a complete waste of money. Her mindset according to that source is that she doesn’t see the United Kingdom as her home at any point soon or indeed in the future.

“Prince Harry truly believes there is a way back within the British monarchy and that’s the true reason why he wants to keep this option open so that he has a base.”

Neil went on to suggest that in the future, the Duke of Sussex may be “called upon” as the strain on his father Prince Charles and stepmother Camilla

“They will need to reach out to other members of the British monarchy and even ex-royals to make sure that they can keep their quota up,” he claimed.

The Sussexes have only publicly visited the UK together once since leaving Frogmore Cottage in early 2020, stopping over to see the Queen on the way to the Invictus Games.

And, after Prince Harry launched a lawsuit against the Home Office and alleged that he fears for his family’s safety while in London, the prince has reportedly received “cast-iron assurances” that he will receive specialist police protection during the Jubilee weekend.

The Daily Star has contacted representatives of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex for comment.

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