Neil Sean, an entertainment correspondent for NBC News, MSNBC and Access Hollywood, said he heard from a “really good source” that US actress Meghan Markle had sent a letter requesting a private interview with the King.
Meghan Markle has reportedly requested a “tete-a-tete” with King Charles to settle their differences before returning to California.
Neil Sean says Meghan wants to “clarify things”. According to several tabloids, the Sussex couple are currently in Windsor and are expected to fly back on Tuesday evening or Wednesday to return to the United States to their children, Archie, three, and Lilibet, one, who have remained in California with their granddaughter. -mother.
“She would like now, before they return to California, to have a one-on-one audience with King Charles III”, Sean said in a video posted on YouTube, which has had nearly 300,000 views. And to comment: “It’s a very brave decision on Meghan’s part”said Sean.
Detailing the contents of the letter, he said: “It would be an opportunity to clear things up, review the wrongs and explain why they have acted the way they have for the past two years.”
“Now, you know, you have to admire the confidence Meghan has shown, whatever you think.”
However, Sean warned it was unclear if the letter would be enough for the couple to make amends to the Royal Family.
“Honestly, we have no idea if this letter will change things.” Sean said it was customary to request the King’s presence through a letter. “This is how you write to the King, and of course it was passed on to him”he told his YouTube channel.
This Monday, Prince William and Harry put aside their quarrel to show a united front in memory of the monarch. In the chapel at Windsor Castle, they interacted in a civil way.