In a surprising turn of events, the possibility of Meghan Markle’s return to the royal fold has emerged, albeit with a crucial condition attached. Harry and Meghan’s exit from royal life in 2020, as they uprooted themselves to California in pursuit of privacy, was seen as a dramatic departure from the traditional royal path. However, recent speculations suggest that Meghan might find her way back into the royal embrace if she adheres to a simple rule.

Royal biographer and seasoned expert, Tom Quinn, has shed light on this intriguing scenario. Despite the well-documented tension between the Sussexes and the Firm, Quinn believes that Meghan Markle could, in the future, be welcomed back into the royal circle. However, there’s a catch. According to Quinn, Meghan would need to make England her home once more and quietly embrace the time-honored traditions of the royal family.

Quinn elaborated on this condition, stating, “I think it’s possible that Meghan could return, but I think she would physically have to live in England and she would have to, very quietly, start to do the things that the royal family does best. I don’t think she could come back if she wants an apology or if she wants the royal family to completely change. They just can’t do it, I just don’t think they will.”

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s decision to step back from royal duties in 2020 and relocate to California triggered a series of high-profile revelations. From Prince Harry’s revealing memoir, “Spare,” to their groundbreaking interview with Oprah Winfrey, and their captivating Netflix documentary, “Harry & Meghan,” the couple’s journey away from royal life has been extensively documented.

As the holiday season approaches, there are hints that Harry and Meghan are making a last-ditch effort to mend fences with the royal family. Quinn speculates, “I suspect that because Harry is beginning to realize he needs the royal family more than the royal family needs him, he may well try again to patch up the relationship as we get towards Christmas Day.”

Traditionally, the royals gather at Sandringham House for Christmas celebrations. However, for the past three years, the Sussexes have been notably absent from these festivities, choosing instead to spend the festive season in their lavish $14 million Montecito mansion alongside their two children, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet.

Despite these developments, Quinn suggests that any prospect of a royal reunion this Christmas is unlikely. He points to the ongoing buzz surrounding Omid Scobie’s controversial tell-all biography, “Endgame: Inside the Royal Family and the Monarchy’s Fight for Survival,” and the fact that the Royal family is keen to maintain a visible presence during the holiday season.

“I don’t think Harry and Meghan will be able to overshadow Kate and William this Christmas, or at least not in the UK,” Quinn predicts. “I expect the Royal family will make sure William and Kate and their children are very visible right across the Christmas holidays as it’s a special time.”

As speculations abound and the holiday season approaches, the possibility of Meghan Markle’s return to the royal fold remains a subject of intense scrutiny and debate.