Meghan Markle could be welcomed back into the royal family should she fulfils one unlikely condition, according to a royal expert.
As per Daily Express, royal author Tom Quinn claimed that she could make a comeback in the royal family, only if she would turn down her excessive demands.
The author of Scandals of the Royal Palaces: An Intimate Memoir of Royals Behaving Badly claimed, "I think it's possible that Meghan could return."
He added that to physically live in England, "she would have to, very quietly, start to do the things that the Royal Family does best".
"I don't think she could come back if she wants an apology or if she wants the Royal Family to completely change," Quinn continued, "They just can't do it, I just don't think they will".
However, referring to the telephonic conversation between Prince Harry and King Charles following his Majesty’s 75th birthday, Quinn pointed there’s a potential detente among the monarch and the Montecito-based couple.
The author, who penned many royal-focused publications, explained, "It may well be that Harry's realized that, in a way, Harry needs the Royal Family more than the Royal Family needs Harry".
While speaking to Royally US, he added, "Although it's very difficult for him to square that with his relationship with Meghan".
Meanwhile, Page Six reported that the Sussexxss are planning for a “reconciliation” with the firm.
It comes after the King is done with recording his Christmas speech this week; it is pertinent to note that the forthcoming festive day fifth Christmas the father-son duo wouldn’t be celebrating together.
However, the outlet cited their 'one well-placed' source, claiming, “Harry and Meghan’s new strategy is reconciliation.”