'Might not be welcoming' Meghan Markle and Prince Harry brace for 'backlash' on UK visit – Express

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The Sussexes are on the brink of “backlash” with the Royal Family, as the couple is visiting the UK for the first time this year since the Queen’s Jubilee celebrations in June. Meghan Markle has dropped a series of bombshells in a rare interview with the Cut. Her comments could backfire on the Sussexes who have “beefed up security”, Neil Sean says.
Speaking on his YouTube channel Neil Sean’s Daily News Headline, Mr Sean said: “Now because of the backlash that they feel is oncoming all thanks to those devastating headlines – which were not brought on by themselves of course – they’ve decided that they need to beef up security.
“Now, they’ve been contacting, and as ever we have to say allegedly, major security firms over here in the United Kingdom to make sure that they will have the right security around them when they’re in and around the United Kingdom.”
The Sussexes’ security will be enhanced, as they plan a tour of charity events in the UK and Germany, including the One Young World Summit in Manchester, an Invictus Games event in Düsseldord and the WellChild Awards in London.
Mr Sean said: “Now, I found this baffling because the only big event that seemingly they’ve got to go to is the WellChild’s event and the event, of course, the event in Manchester.”Meghan Markle and Prince HarryNeil SeanMr Sean said: “So, there’s kind of two big things unless of course they’re planning to go out and meet the public, which I can’t imagine would be too well advised given the fact the publicity and the poll rating over here for Harry and Meghan is at an all-time low.
“But whichever way you look at it, somewhere somehow somebody has decided that perhaps their return might not be as welcoming as they first thought.
“But more importantly for Prince Harry, this return – and all thanks to his wife Meghan and those bombshells that she’s dropped over the last 14 days – is certainly going to cast a pretty penny.
“One that he had hoped would have been picked up by Her Majesty’s government and the British Metropolitan police. But sadly for him, [it’s not] seemingly the case.”
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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will have to rely on private security for their charity visit in Manchester, according to MailOnline.
The trip comes on the back of major revelations made by the Duchess in the US fashion magazine The Cut.
Her last visit with Prince Harry reportedly revived tensions with the Royal Family.
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Queen Elizabeth IIMeghan told The Cut: “I think forgiveness is really important. It takes a lot more energy to not forgive… But it takes a lot of effort to forgive. I’ve really made an active effort, especially knowing that I can say anything [now that she’s no longer a working royal].”
She also said that “just by existing” she and Harry were “upsetting the dynamic of the hierarchy” before they stepped down as senior working royals.
The Sussexes’ visit clashes with the Queen’s appointment of a new Prime Minister at Balmoral.
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