Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s possible return to the UK could be “very good”One royal expert claims that their brand is better than the Royal Family’s.
There is speculation that the Sussexes will return to the UK with Archie Harrison (two-year-old) and Lilibet Diana (7 months), for Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Celebrations in June.
Although Harry has been back on two occasions, Meghan has not yet stepped foot in the UK since their departure at the beginning of 2020. It would also mark Lilibet’s debut visit here.
Pauline Maclaran, author Royal Fever: British Monarchy in Consumer Culture, now says that a Sussex Return would benefit both sides in the royal rift. Express.
According to the expert, the Express was informed: “I think that would benefit both brands because it would be seen as a kind of reconciliation.
“It would be a great addition to the royal celebrations to have the element that diversity was reclaimed from them after the kind of breakup with Meghan.
“So I think that would be a very good thing.”
Professor Maclaran also stated that she believes the return of the Sussexes is possible “seems unlikely”But he added that there is plenty time between now, and the Jubilee to make that happen.
“I think it would be very good for the Sussex brand as well as they really need to maintain those sort of royal connections to really validate their brand, otherwise what are they,”She continued.
“So because it might benefit them more than the actual Royal Family brand that might in fact encourage them to make a visit to top up their brand as it were with a little bit of royal shimmer and glimmer.”
This is after Harry and Meghan were told. “pump out some content”Spotify and Netflix
Jo Elvin (host of Palace Confidential) spoke about the multimillion-dollar deals that the couple has made with both streaming giants. “I just think if I was as rolling in cash and living in a mansion as Harry and Meghan are, I would find it very hard to be motivated to do any work.
“They must produce some content.”
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