The Duke of Suss*x, Prince Harry, has reportedly initiated a search for a London residence, reigniting questions about his intentions to return to his home country. This unexpected development has left royal watchers and fans alike speculating about the Prince's underlying motivations, particularly his sudden urge to reconnect with old acquaintances.
In a recent discussion with Sky News Australia, Kinsey Schofield, a renowned royal commentator, put forth a theory regarding Prince Harry’s newfound interest in securing a UK base. Schofield hypothesized that the Duke’s aspirations might be intricately tied to his role as a Counsellor of the State and the ongoing uncertainties surrounding his life in the United States.
"Observing the situation closely, I can't help but think about Harry’s challenging moments when his request to reside at the palace during the WellChild awards was turned down. This makes me ponder how much of this move is connected to his eagerness to uphold the Counsellor of State position.
This role has sparked debates, with many questioning his suitability," Schofield expressed candidly.
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In his capacity as a Counsellor of the State, Prince Harry holds a significant position as one of the five potential stand-ins for King Charles III during times when the monarch is indisposed or away on official duty.
Schofield, delving deeper into the matter, also raised questions regarding Prince Harry’s visa status, given that he is not an American citizen. "Is there a chance that this quest for a UK residence is, in some way, linked to his immigration status in the US? What are the secrets they are guarding so fiercely about his legal standings?” she queried, highlighting the mystery surrounding the Duke's transatlantic arrangements.
However, it appears that Meghan Markle, Prince Harry’s spouse, is not as enthusiastic about a potential UK return. “Meghan’s feelings towards the UK are starkly different; she perceives it as a place of rejection.
She is adamant about not subjecting herself to potential public scorn, reminiscent of past instances when she was met with disdain,” Schofield concluded, shedding light on the Duchess's reluctance to embrace life across the pond again.