Meghan and Harry’s Megxit review could be cancelled as ‘no need’ for it

The highly-anticipated Megxit review of Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle may not go ahead as there is "no need" for it, a royal expert has claimed.

The Sussexes left roles as senior royals in March 2020 and a review of the situation between the Sussexes and the Royal Family was set for March of this year.

But, Vanity Fair’s royal correspondent Katie Nicholl predicts the planned review will not go ahead.

She says that word from within the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s household is that there have already been informal discussions with Her Majesty the Queen, Prince Charles and Prince William and that "The general feeling is that this [current situation] is working."

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Speaking on True Royalty TV's Royal Beat, Ms Nicholl said: "This isn’t to say that people are not watching closely what these deals are, what the couple are doing and what these projects are going to be.

"But there is not this need to have this review one year on.”

‘Megxit,’ the withdrawal of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex from royal duties, was announced in January 2020.

Immediately after the bombshell news there was controversy over the couples’ Sussex Royal brand, which has since been renamed Archewell to avoid stepping on any royal toes.

They soon decamped to Canada and then on to Los Angeles.

Meghan called in her mum, former social worker Doria Ragland, to help with little Archie and she reportedly into the couple’s luxury mansion.

At every step of the way, they have been driven by outside events as much as they own desire to find a new way of living outside etc traditional royal family framework.

The couple were even forced to choose the moment to go public with their relationship because, according to royal exposé Finding Freedom, of a leak from an employee in Princess Eugenie and Prince Andrew's household.

But now, it seems, a “new normal” is developing and they can at last move on with their own, very modern, way of doing things.

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