Meghan Markle is being the bigger person in her fight against the royals and following the death of her grandfather-in-law, Prince Philip, is “ready to forgive” according to a friend.
Though the duchess did not return to the UK for Prince Philip’s funeral due to medical reasons according to her, a friend told the Mirror that she “wants to put their differences aside”
She also wanted to stay away because she didn’t want to become “the centre of attention”, some may say that’s perhaps a bit presumptuous of her that she would become centre of attention.
The friend told the mail;
"Meghan said her main concern right now is supporting Harry."
"She said she left it up to him as to whether or not she would attend the funeral."
"Meghan said it's during these times when family should come together, put their differences aside and unite as one."
The friend goes on to claims that she is "willing to forgive and move forward".
This comes after Prince Harry released a statement saying Prince Philip was a "man of service, honour and great humour", and called him the "master of the barbecue" and the "legend of banter".
Harry went on to thank the Duke for "always being himself" and for supporting the Queen, while adding that there will be a special place for him in the hearts of Meghan, archie and his future great grand-daughter.
Aww such a sweet message. Meghan may be ready to forgive but the real question is if the royal family is willing to accept her forgiveness. This is not quite over yet.