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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Expect ‘Postponement’ After ‘Spare’

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spare part is out, but commentators don’t expect Prince Harry to continue speaking out about his fractured relationship with his family. Ahead why some commenters think he and Meghan Markle will remain silent about family drama for months to come.

It’s been a busy time for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. The couple, who relocated to California in 2020 after stepping down from their roles as senior royals, have had a busy schedule ahead of the holiday season and into the new year.

First came the teaser trailers for their Netflix documentaries, Harry & Megan. Then a barrage of headlines and claims when the program was shut down on December 8th. A week later, more allegations came in the last three episodes of Volume II.

After a series of promotional interviews and leaked excerpts, Harry’s long-awaited memoir is released, spare partfell on January 10th. Needless to say, Harry and Meghan have been in the spotlight lately.

According to commentators, now is the time for the couple to take a step back. Russell Myers, co-host of the Pod save the king Podcast, predicts Harry and Meghan ‘will take a back seat. At least for now.

If they “have any meaning,” he said on the podcast, they’ll be used until after King Charles III’s coronation. Have “a period of reflection” (via Express). Harry’s father is set to be officially crowned on May 6 since he took the throne in September 2022 when Queen Elizabeth II died.

Myers went on to refer to comments made by find freedom Author and royal expert Omid Scobie on BBC Radio 4 today.

“You have to be careful in the coming months, you should move on to your work in the US,” Scobie said of Harry and Meghan (via Express).

“I think we’re going to see a couple pull back from what we’ve seen over the past few months for the rest of this year,” he explained. “They both shared their sides of the story. Harry in many, many more ways, in more ways than we could have ever imagined.”

“There really isn’t much more to say, so I think we’re going to see a shift in the coming months,” Scobie continued. “That said, when it comes to talking about reconciliation, that’s very difficult after the amount he’s shared in this book.”

What’s next for Harry and his estranged family members? Some commentators have called for peacemaking, while others say too much damage has been done. If Harry had his way, Meghan would get an apology.

“You know what you did and I now know why you did it,” he told The Telegraph hours earlier spare part‘s publication in an interview published on Jan. 13. “And you got caught, so just come in.”

The 38-year-old didn’t elaborate on exactly what he wants the royal family to apologize to Meghan for. However, he previously claimed that there had been stereotypes about Meghan within the family and negative stories about her had “leaked” to the British media.

He said he was “trying to explain to them how some of the decisions they made and some of the things they did — or didn’t do — would affect them. Poorly. Especially on the global stage, especially in the Commonwealth, in relation to my now wife.”

Harry shared that his attempts were unsuccessful, noting that he “wasn’t a person or two that I was trying to get through to. It was a mindset. It was a culture within a bubble within a bubble that was unbreakable while I was there.”

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