Meghan Markle and Prince Harry may have settled into a swanky new £11m mansion home in Santa Barbara – but it might not be long before the Duke is forced to return to the UK.
Royal commentators have been fiercely debating what could be next for the former senior royals who decided to go their own way in a bombshell announcement this year.
Despite living in LA since the beginning of the Covid pandemic the original intention was to split their time between London and North American – now it looks likely Harry may have to return sooner than anticipated.
Royal expert Angela Levin appeared on talkRADIO, claiming although Meghan is unlikely to return to Britain full time due to frictions within the Royal Family Prince Harry may well return for his family's sake.
But more pressingly she told host Mike Graham Prince Harry may well be forced to return to the UK to sort out some VISA issues because he still technically a Brit abroad.
Mr Graham meanwhile speculated the pair may have to return for charity work, added: "Omid Scobie the other day gave another interview in which he said Meghan and Harry want to come back to the UK to carry out their charitable work.
"He has clearly been instructed to say that by her."
Ms Levin also reflected on the potential pitfalls the couple may have to look out for if they return to the UK.
She said: "It would seem that Meghan Markle has said she absolutely doesn't want to come back because she had such a horrid time.
"It was ghastly in every way, she even said she gave up her life for it and what a waste of life it has been.
"Of course it was only just over two years so she has got plenty left."
Angela continued: "I think Prince Harry might come back.
"Harry will need to because of his visa, he cannot stay there indefinitely.
"There is the issue of citizenship and there is a lot of tax implications, but he might very well come back.
"I hope Harry does because of his grandparents, his father and even William, although they are not pals at the moment.
"They are his family and I don't think Meghan will come with him and I am certainly sure they won't bring Archie."
If they do return it may be to a frosty reception however.
Some claim tensions have been stirred up once more in the wake of the launch of the Harry and Meghan's unofficial biography, Finding Freedom.
Finding Freedom contains a number of bombshell claims about their time in the Royal Family and their stepping down earlier this year.
The book has led some to speculate the couple have burned their bridges with the Royal Family while the revelations about Meghan's perceived poor treatment by palace courtesans has upset The Queen.
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