A new report claims Meghan Markle is considering a dramatic U-turn over her family’s upcoming visit to the UK because she fears for her children’s safety following a leak of their plans.

The Duchess of Sussex reportedly planned to visit the United Kingdom with Prince Harry and their children next month. However, an unnamed source told New UK that her security concerns have led Prince Harry to consider another solo trip.

According to reports, Prince Harry is unhappy with the proposed plan because he feels more drawn to his former home than ever after learning of King Charles and Princess Kate's cancer battles, and he wants to be "supported by his wife."

“It’s now got to the point where Meghan doesn’t want to come to the UK with the children. She just doesn’t feel safe. The situation is now about whether the family should attend with increased security or Harry should go it alone,” the informant told the magazine.

The tipster said Prince Harry has begged Meghan to reconsider, telling her, “I don’t want to do this alone.” It added, “Harry doesn’t want to keep making solo trips to the UK. He would prefer it if the entire family made regular visits to see his family and build bridges, but there is so much going on behind the scenes that it just isn’t possible at the moment.”

Prince Harry and Meghan were scheduled to visit Britain on May 8 for the Invictus Games 10th Anniversary Service at St Paul's Cathedral. It was widely reported that they would bring their children, Archie and Lilibet, but it is unclear whether they will all attend.

“Both Harry and Meghan were planning to come to the UK, but when the exact time and date of their appearance were made public, she started to rethink that idea,” the insider claimed. “It was always known the Anniversary Service would take place in May, but the Sussexes were trying to keep the exact date from the public due to fears over their security. When that date was inadvertently added to the official St Paul’s website, it changed the whole dynamics of the planned visit,” it furthered.

The spy also told New UK that Prince Harry and Meghan's original plan was to fly the entire family to the UK on a private jet on May 7 and spend a week in a secret location before returning to California.

“Harry and Meghan are planning a fifth birthday party for Archie at their Montecito home on May 7 and were then going to fly over to the UK on a private jet the following day,” the insider told the magazine. “They were going to attend the Anniversary Service, followed by a few more days in the UK so the children could meet with members of Harry’s family,” it went on.

However, the source added that there is a more complex layer of emotions beneath the surface of security concerns, telling New UK that Meghan does not want to "be thrown back into an anxiety-fueled visit to England where she feels like she's not wanted."

Furthermore, tensions between Prince Harry and Meghan over their return to the UK have been exacerbated by recent health developments in the Royal Family. With Prince Charles' cancer diagnosis and Princess Kate's announcement that she is also battling cancer, Prince Harry is dealing with conflicting emotions.

According to a source close to the couple, Prince Harry is torn between wanting to reach out to his sister-in-law and supporting his wife. “Harry and Meghan have lent their support to both the King and Kate during the recent weeks. Both of them were very upset about the news surrounding them,” it claimed.

“Harry is keen to go and visit both the King and Kate when he comes to the UK, but he knows it will be a difficult task to get Meghan to join him. She’s been through a lot, but so now are his father and sister-in-law. He wants to be there for his family but has to find the right balance between supporting them and supporting his wife at the same time,” the same insider stated.

According to the informant, Prince Harry personally contacted Princess Kate following her cancer diagnosis and is "deeply concerned" for her well-being. “Reaching out to Kate has come from his side, but he’s extended well-wishes on behalf of him and his wife,” it said.

“Harry would love Archie and Lilibet to have a better relationship with their cousins and even the children of some of his friends. He feels like they have been away from the UK for far too long and wants to start building a life here. Not full-time but a second home they can visit regularly,” the mole stated.

The road ahead remains uncertain for Prince Harry and Meghan, who are torn between family and obligations, as well as personal fears.

“What they feel needs to happen now is for their safety and security to be assured so the family can return to the UK where they belong. All the while the government downgrades their security and the royal family pushes them to the sidelines, it will only leave uncertainty and anxiety for the entire family, which is what they are trying to avoid,” the insider said.

Meanwhile, Megha and Prince Harry are using security concerns as a 'convenient excuse' to avoid returning to the UK, according to US journalist Lee Cohen. He told GBN America that the Sussexes avoid the trip across the pond because they fear an "ugly" public reaction.

“Harry should make the trip without Meghan,” Cohen told Nana Akua. "Since stepping back from royal duties in 2020, Meghan has only returned to the UK on scant occasions, including Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral. Were Mrs Markle to return, who could dispute that an ugly public reception would be well deserved?”

Prince Harry will speak at the Invictus Games 10th Anniversary Service at St Paul's Cathedral on May 8. Meghan is listed as a guest on the official running order, but her attendance has yet to be confirmed.

According to Cohen, the "Suits" alum is unlikely to accompany her husband, further evidence of Meghan's disrespect for Prince Harry's home country. “This woman is a narcissist who only marches to the beat of her own drum. She is not motivated by the noble codes of monarchy, hardly. She has no interest in her husband’s country. She’s seemingly not moved at all by family ties, either to her husband’s or even to her own family. If it doesn’t benefit her brand or ambitions, she has no time for it," he said.

Both Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have yet to comment on the details of their supposed return to the UK in May.