Queen heartbreak: Megxit sparks desperate choice between being grandmother or royal boss

Meghan Markle and Harry's behaviour is 'ludicrous' says Levin

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry quit as senior working royals last March for a new life in the US, in a move dubbed Megxit. The terms of their departure from the monarchy are due to be reviewed after 12 months.

But royal author Angela Levin warned the review with her grandson is likely to be “very difficult” for the Queen.

The royal expert told Express.co.uk: “I think that will be very difficult to be both the Queen and a grandmother at the same time.

“She’s done it before many times and she’s succeeded terrifically well, so I hope she does that again.

“The important thing for her is that she’s always loved Harry, and that won’t change, but the monarchy is very important.

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“She has devoted herself to this country and she wants to make sure that it’s not for no avail.”

Ms Levin said she does not expect the review to see the Duke and Duchess of Sussex return to royal duties.

The couple has already signed lucrative deals with Netflix and Spotify as they launch new careers away from the Royal Family.

Former actress Meghan has also invested in a start-up business which makes instant oat milk lattes – which US chat show host Oprah Winfrey went on to promote on Instagram.

Meghan and Harry shared bombshell plans to step back as senior royals last January.

The Queen is said to have been left blindsided by the surprise announcement.

Ex-Suits star Meghan and Harry officially ended royal duties on March 31.

They have bought an £11 million mansion in Montecito in California where they are living with their young son Archie.

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The couple recently launched the website of their non-profit organisation Archewell and released their first Spotify podcast which featured Archie.

A source said Meghan and Harry are in a “very good place” one year on from announcing they wanted to quit as senior royals.

The source said: “After a very turbulent 12 months for everyone in the world and massive changes of moving country and all the rest of it, they have also been very vocal about what they have gone through in their own personal life.

“They have a house. They have created the financial independence that they were after.

“They have launched their organisation and their organisation is under way doing amazing things already.

“And so I think that they are in a very good place.”

Buckingham Palace declined to comment.

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