A royal commentator claimed that Meghan Markle fears her children could blame her for not having any ‘meaningful’ existence in the UK.

Meghan Markle looking ahead

Meghan Markle ‘hates’ it when people brand her childhood or family ‘dysfunctional’, says expert (Image: Getty)

Meghan Markle is “terrified” that “history will repeat itself” when it comes to her children, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet, a royal commentator has claimed.

The Duchess of Sussex allegedly fears that her children will end up having no relationship with their royal cousins across the pond, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, despite it being her decision to quit royal duties and move to the US with Prince Harry in 2020.

Royal author Tom Quinn claimed Meghan “hates” it when her childhood and family are described as “dysfunctional” and is worried her children may “blame” her in the future of being “deprived” of a “fun and meaningful” existence in the UK.

He told the Mirror: “She [Meghan Markle] is also really worried that her children will have no real relationship of any kind with their cousins George, Charlotte and Louis.

“Meghan loves the idea of having a big happy family and hates it when people describe her childhood and her family as dysfunctional. She’s terrified history is going to repeat itself.”

Harry with archie and lilibet

Meghan Markle has certain concers over her children, according to a commentator (Image: Netflix, Archewell)

The author added: “A friend of the couple – one of Meghan’s few aristocratic friends from her time in the UK – told me Meghan does miss some aspects of life in the UK and worries that her children will blame her if they never get to see their cousins and feel as adults that they have been deprived of what might have been a fun and meaningful existence in the UK as working royals.”

It comes as the Sussex couple is rumoured to be coming back to the UK next month, with Harry set to give a speech at an Invictus Games event in London and Meghan’s attendance still yet to be confirmed.

The 10th anniversary of the Invictus Games will take place on May 8 at St. Paul’s Cathedral in London.

Meanwhile, Harry is said to be facing a huge dilemma after Meghan had a change of heart over their possible UK return, according to a source.

While the duchess was hoping to join her husband and bring their children, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet, with them, she now fears for their safety after plans for their trip were leaked, leaving Harry faced with two options.

The situation is now about whether the family should attend with increased security or Harry should go to it alone.”

The source added Harry made a seven-word plea to his wife, saying: “I don’t want to do this alone.”