Just recently, the couple left an office in Santa Barbara on June 30th and were seen holding hands with smiles around. The two had just lost their $20 million Spotify deal and were actually evicted from Frogmore Cottage.
However, behind closed doors the couple is panicking over money and the future of their time in American.
“Obviously, Megxit has blown up in their faces,” says an insider. “Harry is starting to wonder if they made the right decision leaving England. He’s even suggested to Meghan that they return to London and the royal family.”
According to the outlet, Meghan was livid at the time. The duchess had also been taken back when she learned Harry reached to estranged brother William as well.
“Harry admitted he’d phoned William to call a truce and told his brother he and Meghan would be open to going back to London, where they would serve King Charles.”
According to the report, William was stunned to receive the call. The brothers have been on bad terms since the memoir Spare debuted dividing them even further.
Harry claims that William physically attacked him back in 2019 as detailed in the book. According to the novel, William allegedly called Meghan “rude” and even things like “difficult.”
“William didn’t quite know what to say,” says the insider, noting that the future king told Harry “he would think about his offer.”
According to this insider, the royal prince is feeling that the couple is running out of options.
Despite the success of the novel and the received Netflix documentary, the parents are losing ways to make additional funds possible.
Bill Simmons recently blasted the couple calling them “grifters” on his podcast when their recent Spotify deal fell through.
And in a recent interview, United Talent Agency CEO Jeremy Zimmer said Meghan “was not a great audio talent, nor necessarily any kind of talent.”
“Harry needs a Plan B,” says the insider, adding that the royal family would likely take him and Meghan back. “Even in light of everything that’s happened, how would it look if Charles said no?”