Renowned royal biographer Andrew Morton has speculated that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are unlikely to return to the UK, primarily because of the protocol surrounding Meghan having to curtsy to Kate Middleton if Prince William ascends to the throne. Morton, known for his close collaboration with Princess Diana, shared his insights on the matter during an appearance on Sky News’ “Sunday Morning With Trevor Phillips.”
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stepped back from their roles as senior royals in 2020 and have since established an independent life in California. Morton suggests that their newfound chapter in the US is one of the key reasons they are unlikely to relocate to Britain. The couple has been actively pursuing their own initiatives and expanding their influence through various ventures.
While Prince Harry is scheduled to return to the UK for the WellChild awards ceremony in London, there has been no official confirmation regarding his participation in any memorial events for Queen Elizabeth II, whose first anniversary of passing is approaching.
Following the WellChild awards, Prince Harry is set to travel to Germany, where he is expected to join Meghan for the Invictus Games, an event dedicated to injured soldiers. However, sources within the Royal circle have indicated that during his UK stay, Harry is unlikely to meet with his father, King Charles III, or his brother, Prince William.
Morton’s comments come in the wake of Prince Harry’s candid remarks about feeling unsupported by the Royal Family following the tragic death of his mother, Princess Diana, in 1997. These remarks were part of a recent Netflix series on the Invictus Games, shedding light on Harry’s feelings about his experiences within the Royal Family.