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Meghan Markle will never return to the UK after her "British bashing" interview with US television host Oprah Winfrey, a royal author has claimed.
The bombshell interview, which took place last month, uncovered a number of explosive revelations as Meghan addressed her mental health battle and concerns of racism in the Royal Family.
While opinion over the interview has been split in the UK, media coverage over the pond has appeared sympathetic.
And a snap poll from YouGov a day after the interview aired suggested 44% of US adults believed the interview was appropriate, compared to just 21% of Brits.
The interview has led to author Anna Pasternak, who has written several books about the royal family including Untitled: The Real Wallis Simpson, Duchess of Windsor, to claim Meghan will now never have the "unified respect and adoration of the British people" again.
She told Fox News: "Will Meghan Markle return to the UK?
"My speculative answer would be no, not if she can help it.
"Sadly, I cannot see her ever becoming a loved and cherished member of the Royal Family with the unified respect and adoration of the British people.
Ms Pasternak explained why so many people had been offended by the Sussexes' interview, revealing the couple came across as anti-British.
She said: "Many people feel the interview was a total lack of respect for the monarchy and in a sense, for the British.
"Because the monarchy is part of the British psyche.
"So this monarchy bashing can also be viewed as British bashing.
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"And from personal knowledge, it is understood that Prince Charles, Prince William, Duchess Kate Middleton and the Queen – they were just so shocked and saddened by [the allegations]."
The Daily Star has approached a spokesman for Meghan and Harry for comment.
Meghan and Prince Harry quit royal duties a year ago for a new life in America and are now expecting their second child.
They obeyed royal protocol for the birth of Archie, now almost two years old, and pose for photos hours after he was born.
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But now they have stepped back from official duties there is no such obligation – leaving it unclear how they will announce the news.
Harry recently landed a new job as an executive at BetterUp, a mental health charity, as well as a commissioner at the Aspen Institute.
The pair are also reported to have signed big-money deals with Netflix and Spotify.
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- Meghan Markle
- Prince Harry
- Oprah Winfrey
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