Meghan Markle and Prince Harry WON’T join William and Kate at Balmoral for this reason
A royal source has revealed that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will not join William and Kate at Balmoral this year.
The Cambridge family arrived in Scotland yesterday, having travelled on a budget flight from London.
It has been reported that instead of meeting in the Scottish Castle, Meghan and Harry have pushed out their own trip.
An insider told The Sun:
"Harry and Meghan won’t be going up at the same time as William and the cousins. They plan to go next month."
Rumour has it, this is all down to the on going drama between the two families.
For instance, the Cambridge family flying to Scotland on a commercial plane was seen as a dig to Meghan and Harry.
As we all know, Meghan and Harry have come under fire recently for their use of private planes.
The couple used four private jets in just eleven days, raising questions about their environmental responsibility.
Royal author Robert Jobson told the Daily Mail:
"There was a lot of nonsense spoken earlier in the week about how Prince Harry and Meghan Markle needed to fly in private jets because of security concerns."
"But the royal family have been using cheap airlines for years, Princess Diana would do it frequently."
"William and Kate flying on a budget airline proves you can do it, there was no trouble on the flight, and if there was they have their protection officers."
“It’s a shrewd move by the Duke of Cambridge and great for the public.
“They get to see the heir to the throne and his children who are next in line, and if they can fly budget then surely Harry, Meghan and their child are able to as well.
“A lot of people are claiming the royals are costing too much at the moment, and William is putting his money where his mouth is by going budget."