Meghan Markle could accidentally "topple" the British monarchy, a royal author has claimed.
Prince Charles may never become King as a reaction to her and Prince Harry's Oprah Winfrey interview is "changing the face of Britain".
Anna Pasternak told Vanity Fair: "The Sussexes have sparked something so fundamentally incendiary in this country that it is changing the face of Britain, and I think the monarchy as an archaic institution may well topple."
She added the former Suits actress may never return to the UK and Prince Harry and Prince William are like "wounded animals" with an "awful lot of hurt" on both sides following last month's bombshell tell-all.
The Sussexes insinuated the Royal Family was racist as they discussed their decision to step back as working members last March and move to the US.
Prince Harry, 36, also told the US chat show host that his brother and father Prince Charles are "trapped" in the Firm.
Anna told Vanity Fair: "Both sides are like wounded animals.
"Harry said there’s been an awful lot of hurt. Well, there’s been an awful lot of hurt now on the side of the Windsors from this interview."
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In the piece, she added: "I truly wonder if Meghan will ever set foot on British soil again" and admitted that she was not “100% sure" whether the Prince of Wales will become King.
Prince Harry returned to the UK last week for his grandfather Prince Philip’s funeral.
It was the first time the Duke of Sussex has been seen alongside the Royal Family since he and Meghan, 39, relocated to the US.
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The heavily pregnant Duchess of Sussex did not join her husband following advice from her doctor not to travel.
During his interview with Oprah, Harry said "time heals all things, hopefully".
Prince Harry has flown back to his home in the US to rejoin Meghan and their baby son Archie.
Charles, William and Harry are said to have held a two-hour long chat after Prince Philip’s funeral last Saturday.
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A source told The Sun: "There is no way this is the end of the crisis in their relationships but it’s a good gesture and a nice way to take the first step towards healing."
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