Meghan Markle ready to turn her back on UK for good after Lilibet birthday snub

Meghan Markle is ready to turn her back on the UK for good after the frosty reception she received at the Platinum Jubilee, an insider has claimed.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are said to have been left annoyed by reaction from the public and members of the Royal Family during the celebrations, reports Heat Magazine.

It comes after the pair, who quit royal duties in 2020, were booed by small sections of the crowd at the jubilee's National Service of Remembrance at St Paul's Cathedral.

They were also said to have been left seething by a perceived snub from Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton after they had been invited to the first birthday party of Harry and Meghan's daughter Lilibet at Windsor.

Wills and Kate were instead on an official engagement in Wales and tweeted: "Wishing a very happy birthday to Lilibet, turning one today!"

But the Sussexes were apparently not impressed by that gesture with Heat's insider saying: "It was a kick in the teeth that the Cambridges didn’t attend. For Meghan, it just strengthened her resolve to not come back."

Harry is also believed to have been left upset by the heckling outside the cathedral where his parents Prince Charles and Diana were married in 1981, with the insider adding: "Being ridiculed like that was very hard for Harry to take.

"He tries not to read the negative things written about them, but there was no avoiding it. 

"There were plenty of cheers for them, too, but they know some of the public didn't want them to come back for the Jubilee and that was really hurtful."

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The Sussexes were positioned behind minor royals at the St Paul's service, where lipreaders also claimed Kate mouthed an enigmatic "Wow" in the direction of her brother and sister-in-law.

Having returned to their LA home, there have also been reports that the Jubilee fall-out might jeopardise Harry and Meghan's $100million (£83million) Netflix streaming deal and compromise Harry's memoir, which is expected to be published later this year.

The insider added that the Queen even banned the Sussexes' photographer when she met Lilibet for the first time.

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