Meghan Markle and her husband Prince Harry would “love” to attend the UN climate change COP26 in Glasgow and are likely “jealous” of the important role Kate and Prince William have been called upon to play there, said a royal expert. .
William and Kate will join other members of the royal family, including the Queen, Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, at the environmental summit in Scotland next month.
Jonathan Sacerdoti believes the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have no right to feel aggrieved given their decision to step down from the royal family and move to California.
He told Express.co.uk: “I think Harry and Meghan would probably like to attend COP26.
“They want to be seen as activists operating in the areas of all of the most pressing social issues of our time.
“Obviously, many people have questioned their sincerity on the issue of climate change in light of their heavy use of private jets, including recently when they returned from their filming trip to New York and before that. when Harry flew in a private jet to play polo away from home.
He added: ‘I imagine former royals Harry and Meghan would be pretty jealous if their somewhat distant family were so visible at a time like this, supporting an important cause they otherwise love. claim for themselves.
“Having given up their royal duties and left the country completely, they cannot expect to attend important events and rallies in the UK as they might have if they had remained in the cabinet.
“I can’t imagine they could attend as well as the rest of the family.
“It would be too inconvenient, and the reunion would totally eclipse the event itself.”