Meghan Markle has requested a private meeting with King Charles to smooth over disagreements ahead of her departure for California with Harry after the Queen’s funeral, a royal reporter has claimed.
Neil Sean, an entertainment correspondent who has appeared on NBC News, MSNBC and Access Hollywood, said he heard from a ‘really good source’ that the Duchess of Sussex had sent a letter requesting a private conversation with the king .
Mr Sean claims Meghan wants to ‘clear the air’ before flying back to the US to be with their children Archie, three, and Lilibet, one.
Sean said in a video posted to YouTube: “She would like now, before they return to California, to have a one-on-one audience with King Charles III.
“That’s right, Meghan one-on-one with King Charles. You heard that right.
“It’s a very brave decision on the part of Meghan herself.”
Detailing the contents of the letter Meghan allegedly wrote to King Charles, Neil said: ‘It would be an opportunity to clear things up, take the rights out of the wrongs and explain some of the rationale for what they have done in the past two years.”
Neil Sean then added: “Now you know you have to admire Meghan’s self-confidence, 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.
“Really, we have no idea if this is going to go ahead.”
Sean said it was customary to request the King’s presence through a letter.
“That’s how you write to the king from his own funds, and of course it gets passed down,” he said on his YouTube channel.