'Thorny issues' Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s ‘real story’ behind UK visit laid bare – Express

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As Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are scheduled to travel to the UK for the first time since the Jubilee celebrations, speculations are mounting over the reason behind their return. Citing an unnamed source, royal commentator Neil Sean says the couple are making a comeback in early September to fix pending legal issues regarding their litigation cases. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have reportedly together launched ten lawsuits in three years.
Speaking on his YouTube channel Neil Sean’s Daily News Headlines, Mr Sean said: “According to a very good source – and as ever they have to say allegedly – they have to come back here to the United Kingdom to sort out some rather thorny issues regarding their ongoing cases, litigation cases.
“And the big reason behind that is that, you know, they really need to do this in person so they can have a sit-down one-on-one
“One might think of course that you could do this sort of thing via Zoom, the digital world, all that.
“But there’s always a risk, isn’t there, that some person could in fact hack that and inf that conversation – hence the reason it has to be in a private room, normally in the offices of their solicitors.”Neil SeanNeil SeanTogether, the couple have a total of 10 pending legal cases ranging from a legal case against the UK Home Office over the decision to remove Prince Harry’s police protection to Meghan Markle’s half-sister Samantha Markle who accused Meghan of libel.
As part of their trip, the Sussexes will “visit with several charities close to their hearts in early September,” their spokesperson said, citing the One Young World Summit in Manchester on September 5, the Invictus Games Dusseldorf 2023 One Year to Go event in Germany and the UK for the WellChild Awards on September 8.
One Young World and WellChild charity said they were “delighted” about the couple’s visit.
However, Mr Sean noted the couple’s UK visit clashes with the election of the new Conservative leader and Prime Minister on September 5, which could steal the show.
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Prince Harry and Meghan MarkleMeghan Markle and Prince Harry“Now, I’m not saying there’s anything wrong particular in that,” Mr Sean said. “But also, they’ve made an absolute faux pas on this particular day.
“Because on that day that they want their big fanfare of arrival is the day that we find out exactly our latest Prime Minister over here in the United Kingdom.
“And on that day, that Prime Minister will meet with our gracious majesty the Queen to be asked by her to form a Government.”
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Queen Elizabeth II“So, whether they figured that after all the negative and bad press from the Tom Bower revenge book would reverse this, the front pages on that day – trust me – will be all about our latest Prime Minister,” Mr Sean said. 
“So, again, I would say whoever’s looking after the market in the PR, the branding and more importantly the publicity of Harry and Meghan, seemingly better get a better grip on what stories truly affect the British public over here: cost-of-living crisis, you know, wage cuts, strikes – all of that sort of stuff.
“So, we wish them well upon their return.”
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