Meghan Markle requested a one-on-one meeting with King Charles III to “clear the air” before she and Prince Harry left the UK, a royal reporter said.
“She now wants to have a one-on-one audience with King Charles III before they return to California,” Neil Sean said in a YouTube video (via Sky News).
“That’s right, Meghan one-on-one with King Charles III. You heard it right.”
Sean claimed his source had told him that the Duchess of Sussex, 41, had made the request in a “formal letter” and that the meeting would serve as “an opportunity to clear the air, discern right from wrong, and part of the rationale.” behind what they have been doing over the past two years.”
Sean added: “Now you have to admire Meghan’s confidence no matter what you think.”
Sean admitted he had “no idea” whether the meeting would go ahead, but doubled down on his assessment that the “Suits” alum was “very brave”.
The meeting was to come after Markle and Prince Harry, 38, flew to the UK to attend Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral with the rest of the royal family. As the red-haired royal walked in the procession with his family, he and his wife were eventually snubbed by being placed in the second row.
In honor of the Queen, Markle wore the pearl and diamond earrings given to her by the late monarch, as well as a different color version of the Stella McCartney dress she wore for her 92nd birthday.
The sleek ensemble adhered to the funeral dress code, which called for black knee-length dresses or jackets, along with black hats and optional veils.