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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle ‘in informational blackout’ with Kate, Charles’ health updates: expert

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have reportedly been receiving very little updates about King Charles III and Kate Middleton’s health as they both battle cancer.“The only real thing that Meghan Markle and her husband have to merchandise is their connection to the Royal Family, it really is the singular point of interest for either of these people,” royal commentator Maureen Callahan recently told GBN America, per The Mirror.“What’s true, that we know, is that Harry and Meghan are now in a complete informational blackout.

They have no idea what is going on with the health of Kate,” she went on.“They have really no idea, it seems, what’s going on with the King so she has really nothing to offer.”The monarch, 75, and Middleton, 42, both announced their conditions separately earlier this year.When Charles’ diagnosis was revealed, Harry took a trip across the pond to see his father — and left less than 24 hours later.

The two only reportedly chatted for 45 minutes.After Kate released her cancer video — which she shared after speculation of her whereabouts following her planned January abdominal surgery — the Sussexes released a statement.“This of course came as a huge shock, and William and I have been doing everything we can to process and manage this privately for the sake of our young family,” Kate said in a videotaped statement in March.The Invictus Games founder, 39, also reportedly reached out to his estranged older brother, Prince William.“Harry and Meghan have both been in touch with their brother/sister-in-law but did so privately,” ITV ‘s royal editor Chris Ship previously claimed. “It not clear if that was a phone/video call or some messages of support.”As The Post previously reported, Harry and Markle, 42, “had no.

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