Telling clue Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will never return to Royal duties after being ‘unhappy’ with funeral welcome

FILE PHOTO: Britain’s Prince Harry gestures next to his wife Meghan as they ride a horse-drawn carriage after their wedding ceremony at St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle in Windsor, Britain, May 19, 2018. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj//File Photo

A TELLING clue that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will never return to the Royal Family has been revealed.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex dramatically quit the Royal Family almost three years ago – going on to launch the Archewell foundation along with signing multi-million pound deals with Spotify and Netflix to fund their new lives in LA.

The telling clue that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will never return to Royal duties has been revealed

The pair to disassociate themselves with the Royal Family on their new website

Royal expert Angela Levine said the message is they can do without the royal family

And while they stood side by side with the Harry’s family at the Queen’s funeral just months ago, a subtle clue has now been revealed hinting that the reunion didn’t go so well. 

The couple’s Archewell website was updated last weekend – showing new glitzy photographs of them on their whirlwind European tour, along with press releases about their recent work.

The homepage features a photo of a smiling Prince Harry and Meghan beside bold lettering which states: “Each of us can change our communities. All of us can change the world.”

But the website does not mention the late Queen at all – or any link to the Royal Family.

It’s in contrast to the Royal Website which – while demoting the couple – still mentions Meghan and Harry’s work.

And the change is a hint at how unhappy the couple have been with the Royal Family – even after uniting in grief in Her Majesty’s honour.

Speaking to the Sun Online, Royal expert Angela Levine said: “What’s very interesting is you can always read the underlying content of what they want to say really, and the main thing, right at the beginning, is ‘each of us can change our communities’.

“I think that’s saying very much that they can do without the royal family, they don’t need them, they’re fine where they are, they’re building another community.

“‘And then ‘all of us can change the world’, they’re back to wanting to be global and saying to the Royal Family, ‘we can do without you’, but actually they can’t.

“If they could, they would have done it before and dropped their titles and been totally independent but they’re clinging on.”

After the Queen’s death, their website was changed to pay tribute to her life.

It read: “In loving memory of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, 1926 – 2022”.

The page was scrapped on September 28 when it was restored to its former setting before more changes were made last weekend, adding a section ‘the latest from Archewell Foundation’.

Angela said: “There’s not even a few lines saying something kind and nice about the loss of the Queen.”

Visitors to the site can scroll through a series of tabs such as ‘Supporting Afghan Families’, ‘Helping Families Heal’ and ‘Woman. Life. Freedom’.

But Angela says their messages about ‘global action’ and ‘leading the way with compassion’ are disingenuous.

She said: “This is a joke because how compassionate have they been to Meghan’s family, apart from her mother, we don’t know, Harry to his family, when she doesn’t want anything she just cuts people off.

“They don’t behave with compassion.”

“How they can align some of the things with some of the things they are doing with Meghan dressed up in these incredible expensive clothes? It just looks absolutely ridiculous.”