Bowed out for good?
Royal biographer Andrew Morton is claiming Prince Harry, 38, and Meghan Markle, 42, won’t return to the UK because she wouldn’t want to curtsy to Kate Middleton, 41, when Prince William, 41, becomes king.
On Sky News’ “Sunday Morning With Trevor Phillips,” the biographer, who collaborated with Princess Diana on 1992’s “Diana: Her True Story,” was asked about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex coming back to Britain.
The couple stepped back as senior members of the royal family in 2020 and decamped to California.
“What, and have Meghan Markle curtsying to Kate Middleton?” snarked Morton, 70. “I don’t think so. I don’t see that as a runner. They’ve got their own lives in California.”
“They’ve got their own set, they’ve got their own influence, and they’ve got their own companies,” continued Morton.
According to royal protocol, Markle would only be required to bow to Middleton once the latter ascends the throne.
The Post reached out to Morton and Markle for comment.
Morton’s comments aired after Harry announced he will be traveling home — without Markle — to attend the WellChild awards in London on Thursday before heading to Germany, where he will link up with his wife for the Invictus Games for injured soldiers.
An unidentified royal insider told the Daily Mail that Harry will not be granted an audience with his father, as King Charles III, 74, has “no time in the diary” to see his youngest son.
The estranged redheaded royal will also not be seeing William, though it is rumored that William and Kate are “nervous” about a potential “outburst” from Harry during his UK trip.
Harry’s excursion home coincides with the first anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II’s Sept. 8 death, though it is unclear if he has been invited to participate in any official remembrance ceremonies.
“I didn’t have that support structure, that network, or that expert advice to identify what was actually going on with me,” he lamented of the troubling aftermath of Diana’s fatal car crash.
“He wasn’t great at showing emotions under normal circumstances, how could he be expected to show them in such a crisis?” Harry wondered.
Harry seems unbothered about his upcoming trip — he and Markle were spotted supporting a different monarch Friday when they attended Beyoncé’s “Renaissance” tour stop at SoFi Stadium in California.
Though Markle seemed to be getting in “formation,” Harry was dragged on social media for looking “bored.”
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