A few months after Megxit, Prince Harry, reportedly, wants to regain the role he safeguarded for decades.
In a recent interview with Richard Fitzwilliams with Express UK, he said that there is a possible amendment next year.
According to the royal commentator, there will be changes on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s exit in 2021. He further disclosed that the royal family would open negotiations to redefine their terms.
With that said, the Duke of Sussex hopes that his military titles are part of them.
“I think that he would much appreciate it if his military links were restored to him,” Ftzwilliams said. “He probably hopes that they will be when they review the deal next year.”
Currently, no one stands on the position after Prince Harry lost it.
This made him think that it might be part of the arrangement.
In January 2020, Harry and Meghan came back with the bombshell news that they wanted to quit as senior royal members.
As a result, Queen Elizabeth II designed an exit deal for them before completely withdrawing from royal duties.
Unfortunately, this caused Prince Harry to lose three military titles.
The military recognitions include Captain General of the Royal Marines, Honorary Commodore-in-Chief of the Royal Naval Commands’ Small Ships and Diving, and Honorary Air Force Commandant of the Royal Air Force Base Honington.
The high-ranking royal family member usually lands on this type of military service.
Before losing them, the Duke of Sussex also spent his time in Afghanistan in 2007 and 2012.
In the bombshell book Finding Freedom, Prince Harry felt most disappointed when he needed to give up the titles before the exit.
An insider even described it as “a tough pill to swallow.” At the same time, seeing Prince Harry disappointed became Meghan’s most painful memory.
This, reportedly, led the Duchess of Sussex to tell a friend that the removal of titles was totally unnecessary. Per Meghan, taking away the titles also meant taking them from the military and veteran communities.
“They’ve stepped down, so there’s not a question of constant assessments as to whether something’s appropriate,” Fitzwilliams reasoned out. “There’ll always be a certain amount of that.”
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