In a recent development that has caught the attention of royal watchers worldwide, King Charles III has reportedly laid down a strict, non-negotiable condition for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's potential relocation to the UK.
This comes amidst ongoing discussions and speculations about the couple's plans and their relationship with the Royal Family. According to insiders close to the royal household, Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Suss*x, has suggested a unique arrangement to her husband, Prince Harry.
The proposal involves spending a significant part of the year in the United States, with the remaining months residing in the UK, potentially at Kensington Palace. This 'part-time' solution, as it has been described, aims to mend the ongoing rift within the royal family while also addressing the couple's financial concerns, as reported by a source to The Mirror.
Royal Reunion Stipulation
However, King Charles III, in his capacity as the head of the Royal Family, has set forth a crucial stipulation for this arrangement to materialize. Sources close to the monarch revealed to Life & Style that the Duke and Duchess of Suss*x must agree to a critical term: refraining from any negative public commentary about the Royal Family.
This condition is seen as essential to avoid further embarrassment and maintain the dignity of the royal institution. This latest development indicates a fragile state of affairs between the King and his younger son. The release of a book by royal author Omid Scobie has reportedly set back the progress made in mending their strained relationship.
Furthermore, there have been discussions about the possibility of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle losing their royal titles. However, King Charles is believed to be reluctant to take such a drastic step, as noted by Jennie Bond, a former BBC royal correspondent.
She suggests that the King is not inclined to exacerbate the already delicate situation. As the world watches, the decision of the Duke and Duchess of Suss*x will undoubtedly have significant implications for their future role within the Royal Family and their relationship with the monarch.
The proposed move and the stipulations attached to it are a pivotal moment in the ongoing saga of the Royal Family's dynamics in the post-Megxit era.