Meghan Markle has reportedly laid out several conditions for a potential
divorce from Prince Harry, as stated in a report by Martha. According to the
report, Meghan has specified numerous conditions, the first being a substantial
financial settlement of no less than $80 million.
The second condition involves exclusive custody of their children, Archie and
Lili. In custody proceedings, it’s common to call family members and
caregivers as witnesses, provided they have firsthand information to
Megan’s mother, Doria, is being brought into the spotlight as a potential
witness, likely to provide testimony based on her observations and
interactions with the children. Having Doria living with them could strengthen
Meghan’s case for full custody, as it demonstrates her involvement in the
Harry, on the other hand, lacks close relatives in his life, which could make
it more challenging for him to secure joint or full custody. The report also
suggests that Meghan insists on retaining her title of Duchess of Sussex as
another significant condition for agreeing to the divorce.
Royal expert Angela Levin speculates that Meghan might use Prince Harry’s
admission of drug use in his memoir to her advantage in legal proceedings.
Levin also points out Prince Harry’s emotional struggles and suggests that
Meghan may not be providing the support he needs during difficult times, such
as dealing with the passing of the Queen and his grandfather.
The report raises questions about Meghan’s intentions, wondering if
she’s preparing to distance herself from Harry, as she allegedly has with
others in her life. It suggests that the situation might be a gradual
revelation of her next big move.