Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will likely return to the United Kingdom next year.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are living the new chapter of their lives in their new Santa Barbara mansion. Since their exit earlier this year, the couple has never shone a light to all the controversies that plagued them.
But, with Finding Freedom‘s arrival, the allegations about the “tension” and “feud” that they have with the British Royals have seemingly become much clearer in the eyes of the public. However, instead of receiving the sympathy of the many, they have drawn more criticisms.
Later on, reports said that the Sussex-centered book has likely made it clear that a reconciliation might not happen between the couple and the rest of the royals. A “disappointed” friend of the royal-born Prince shared this thought, according to the Daily Express.
Prince Harry and the impact of “Finding Freedom”
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s camp denied all claims that they contributed to the book. Their PR team released an official statement, revealing that the authors did not interview them.
Likewise, Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand stated the same thing. The royal authors said that they did not specify anything like it.
Speaking to royal commentator Roya Nikkhah, the unnamed friend of the Duke of Sussex said that the “old Harry” would never do this. It is all “needless drama,” and that his friend is now “so far gone.”
The source continued and asserted that the Sussex couple has already obtained what they want. However, they cannot move on, adding that it is “sad.”
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An unlikely reconciliation
Earlier in July, Roya Nikkhah wrote for The Times and shared her thoughts about Finding Freedom, as well as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. She explained that Queen Elizabeth did not close the door on them as she previously clarified.
However, the royal commentator pointed out that Finding Freedom has now seemingly made it impossible for the Duke and Duchess to reconcile with the rest of the British Royal Family. She added that the accounts on the materials are all “disparaging” particularly to Prince William and Kate Middleton.
Their possible return to the UK
Amid all the talks about reconciliation, several publications speculated that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle might return to the United Kingdom next year. This comes after the Duke of Sussex told in one of his interviews that he has plans to return to watch the Rugby League World Cup, according to Insider.
Alongside the games, reports recalled that the review of their exit would take place in the spring of 2021. Accordingly, many experts concluded that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle might have an extended stay in the country next year.
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