‘Struggling’ Harry and Meghan think there’s ‘too much drama’, guru pal warns

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are "struggling" after falling out with the rest of the royal family, according to Meghan's "spiritual guru".

Alternative medicine practitioner Deepak Chopra made the assessment after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced Harry would be attending King Charles' coronation alone.

Meghan, 41, will stay in California with the pair's two children, Archie and Lilibet, with their son's fourth birthday landing on the same day as the UK celebration.

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Chopra believes the upcoming royal event, as well as "drama" surrounding the Sussexes, is causing a rift.

He told the Daily Mail: "They're struggling right now.

"I hope they get through it light-hearted. I think there's too much drama around them – people should mind their own business."

Chopra added that with so much publicity around the pair at the moment, it would be best if the pair didn't address the fallout publicly.

"If you ignore it, people can't say anything, then they'll stop," he added.

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The speculation comes after the couple's biographer, Omid Scobie, said Archie's birthday "played a factor in the decision" for Meghan to stay in California

The source said: "The King has previously spoken of loving both his sons and that remains the case.

"Harry would have deeply regretted not attending the ceremony.

"Archie’s birthday has provided the perfect excuse for Meghan to stay behind and, with all things considered, it’s probably the right thing to do."

And royal expert Gertrude Daly, of Gert's Royals, told the Daily Star yesterday there was an element of self-preservation in Meghan's decision not to go to London.

"It has been obvious over the last two years that the Sussexes don't have a good relationship with the Royal Family," Daly said.

"The news that just Prince Harry will be attending the coronation is not a surprise to anyone. Prince Harry's attendance is more out of obligation rather than anything else.

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"Duchess Meghan was invited to the Coronation. And Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet, while a little young for the ceremony, would have been welcomed to come to the UK and visit with the Royal Family. It would have been the Sussexes' decision to just send Prince Harry.

"I think The Sussexes want to protect themselves and their children from the 'vicious and racist' UK media as much as possible."


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