Meghan Markle urged to ‘reunite with house she tried to burn down’ for business reasons

Meghan Markle has been encouraged to return to the UK as it could be beneficial for her new business, despite her worries about coming back. Since Meghan and Prince Harry decided to leave their Royal duties behind and move to America, they haven’t visited the UK often.

Meghan Markle’s relationship with the Royal Family has been tense by her own admission, infamously revealing initial details in an interview with Oprah Winfrey.

But, PR expert Ryan McCormick thinks that Meghan reuniting with the royals could be a smart move for her new lifestyle business, American Riviera Orchard. He told The Mirror: “From a shrewd business perspective, it’s good for Meghan to be associated with the Royal Family.

“Her new company will benefit from the added visibility. People will not only be making an emotional connection to the Duchess with their purchases but to the Royal dynasty.”

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Ryan also said: “Why Markle would be nervous about returning to the UK is beyond me. Reuniting with the house she and Harry tried to burn down benefits them more than anyone else.”

Harry and Meghan are tipped to be returning to the UK soon to celebrate the 10th birthday of the Invictus Games, where Harry is set to make a speech at St. Paul’s Cathedral on May 8.

A source told “Both Harry and Meghan are listed as guests and a speech has been scheduled, but there is still a question mark over whether Meghan will make an appearance.”

They said that Meghan is nervous about being there. But they do think it’s a good chance for Meghan and Harry to mend fences with the Royal Family.

The source said: “It’s a worthy cause where Harry is the key ambassador, and it will be a good starting point for the Sussexes to repair relations with the Royal Family and the British people at the same time.”


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