Expert predicts when Prince Harry will return to the Royal Family | Royal | News

Prince Harry could return permanently to the UK in 10 years to rejoin the Royal Family, a royal historian has claimed.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been enjoying a lavish lifestyle in Montecito, California after they quit their royal duties and moved to the US in 2020.

Harry and Meghan currently reside in their luscious home, a mansion thought to have cost them more than £11.5million, in Santa Barbara, where they’ve branched out on many new projects this year, including Meghan’s lifestyle brand’s launch and the couple’s upcoming Netflix shows on cooking and polo.

The couple have been estranged from the Royal Family ever since their sensational exit and are barely on speaking terms with most members of the Firm.

But now a royal historian has suggested that the Duke of Sussex will return to his homeland in 10 years time.

Asked about where the Montecito couple will be in a decade’s time, royal historian and biographer Hugo Vickers told the Sun: „I think he’ll come home. If he comes home, it will be very nice for him, because he won’t particularly want to, he’s quite angry I think.“

The outlet’s royal editor Matt Wilkinson asked Mr Vickers whether Harry would come home alone, to which the author replied: „Yes I do [think he’ll come alone].

„The King, as I have mentioned before, has left the door wide open for him to do that. And he was doing such a good job before…he looked so happy.“

He added: „Usually you’re happy when you’re doing your duty, and you’re doing it for other people, and you’re putting things into life.“

Mr Vickers also touched down on the life Harry and Meghan could have had, had they not stepped down as senior working royals.

He said: „What is terribly sad is the late Queen gave them the whole of the Commonwealth to explore. William and Catherine would do the home things and the Commonwealth – to which they were both committed [would be Harry and Meghan’s].“

The expert talked about Meghan’s previous work in the Commonwealth and claimed that the late Queen’s generous offer „seemed like a perfect fit“.

He concluded: „But that wasn’t enough for them – which is very sad. It could’ve all been so wonderful and it’s turned out not to be.“

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