Meghan Markle set to miss King’s Coronation as Harry attends
Prince Harry, 38, will be attending the King’s Coronation on May 6 but Meghan Markle will remain in California with their son Prince Archie and daughter Princess Lilibet.
The pair’s spiritual ‘guru’ Deepak Chopra told the Daily Mail that they are “struggling right now” with the fallout from their much-publicised rift with Buckingham Palace.
Deepak appeared on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s first podcast for Spotify and is an alternative medicine practitioner, who is also said to be a member of Meghan’s “inner circle”.
The 76-year-old has urged the couple to ignore the “drama” and to not react.
Writing in her latest column for The Sun, Jane Moore, 60, has questioned the best-selling author’s remark, claiming the horse has already “bolted”.
“Alternative medicine practitioner Deepak Chopra is a friend of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and says he has advised them to refrain from discussing their fallout with the Royal Family publicly,” she wrote.
Jane remarked: “Stable. Door. Horse. Bolted.”
Her comments come as both Meghan and Harry have been vocal in recent months about their time as working royals and why they quit the institution.
Speaking at an event in Central London, Deepak addressed the now US-based couple.
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“I enjoyed the podcast and interacted with them,” he commented to The Daily Mail.
“It (Chopra’s work with the duo) has been periodic – they’re struggling right now.
“I hope they get through it light-heartedly.
“I think there’s too much drama around them – people should mind their own business.”
The best-selling author, who has penned more than 90 books, has counselled the couple to avoid speaking about their rift with the Royal Family in public to circumvent further controversy.
“My advice is to ignore it because if you react you’ll just aggravate the situation,” he added.
It comes as the Sussexes are said to want to call an end to any more rifts with the Royal Family.
The Duchess of Sussex is said to want to build a close relationship between her children and King Charles.
Meghan and Harry stepped down as working members of the monarchy in 2020, with the Duke of Sussex’s bombshell autobiography Spare being released in January 2023.
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