Meghan Markle
Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex is pictured visiting the Royal Variety Charity’s on Dec. 18, 2018, in Twickenham, England. Chris Jackson/Getty Images

Meghan Markle may eventually move back to Los Angeles with Prince Harry and their firstborn, claims her half-brother.

Thomas Markle Jr. recently told Express that the Duchess of Sussex loves the United States, particularly California. This is the reason why he thinks that Markle would prioritize the country before even considering residing in Africa.

“It is really easy to fall in love with the California lifestyle; you have the beach as your backyard – who would not like that? Once you grow up as a child on the beach, you are always going to go back to it and Meghan was brought up in this environment… She will always be a Hollywood southern Californian at heart,” he said.

However, Thomas also said that the only way for Markle to return to Los Angeles is if she could convince her husband to join her. And if this doesn’t happen, Thomas is confident that the royal couple would raise their baby to have some Californian upbringing.

“I think it’s going to have a great impact on the way she raises the new baby. All the joy that was brought into her life, she is going to pass that on,” he said.

Meanwhile, royal experts are convinced that Markle won't allow her dad and half-siblings to be part of Baby Sussex’s life. This is because Markle is still at odds with her dad’s side of the family.

The Duchess of Sussex has not spoken to her dad and half-siblings ever since her royal wedding. She briefly reached out to Thomas Markle Sr. via a handwritten letter, but her efforts did not improve their relationship.

During an interview with Daily Mail, Thomas Sr. said that he thought his daughter would extend an olive branch at him so that they could fix their feud. However, the letter just made things worse because the former lighting director thinks that it was Prince Harry that convinced Markle to write what she did in the note.