Prince Harry and Meghan Markle rumours discussed by Schofield
Meghan Markle will likely have a quiet birthday surrounded by her family, an expert has suggested.
PR expert Mayah Riaz said that the Duchess of Sussex, who turns 42 on Friday, is expected to mark the occasion by having a quiet day at the family mansion in Montecito, California with Prince Harry and their children, Archie, four, and Lilibet, two.
And she said that her mum Doria Ragland along with the family’s pets are also likely to take part in the celebrations.
Mayah told the Mirror: “I imagine she is looking forward to celebrations and being treated by Prince Harry. They will possibly be quite toned down this year and likely to be a private affair.
“It’s quite possible that Meghan will spend the day of her actual birthday at home in Montecito, surrounded by her two children, Price Harry, possibly her mother Doria and their rescue dogs.
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“Meghan may also choose to celebrate her special day with a small, intimate gathering. This could be with friends at their home or at a restaurant.”
But speculators suggested Meghan could go big on her birthday day and announce a new project after recent setbacks in her media career.
The Duchess of Sussex’s podcast deal ended by mutual agreement back in June and a statement from her agent at the time said she was “continuing to develop more content for the Archetypes audience on another platform.”
Others suggested Prince Harry may use the day to treat Meghan to a romantic meal as the couple are known to enjoy an occasional child-free evening out and have been spotted at numerous restaurants in their area.
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It comes after recent controversies saw the couple accused of “snubbing” an elderly neighbour, while confusion came amid rumours they were planning a move to Santa Barbara.
But recent speculation has thrown up the possibility of them moving to Malibu beach.
Kent Moyer, boss of the Beverly Hills-based World Protection Group has warned against the move.
He told the Express: “If they’re bothered by the paparazzi and intruders at their mansion in Montecito 90 miles away, it will be considerably worse in Malibu, where their profile will be even higher.
“Far more serious, however, is the risk of a terrorist attack or kidnap attempt on them and their family
Moyer believes it would be a “grave error” for the royal couple to even announce where they intend to live.
He added: “As things stand, any tourist – let alone a trained assassin – can easily find their home.”
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