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Prince Harry: After re-registration in US – his next steps?

Prince Harry: After re-registration in US – his next steps?

Prince Harry After re-registering in the US – are these his next steps?

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It looks like Prince Harry is now finally burning all his bridges to his homeland. A royal immigrant has officially changed his principal residence to the United States. His next steps will be like this.

Prince Harry, 39, appears to be done with his homeland. The second-born of King Charles, 75, has left the British royal family as the oldest monarch to make a new life in America and lives in Montecito, California with Duchess Meghan, 42, and their children. Now Britain has officially become his principal residence there. One expert says his next steps are obvious.

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The 39-year-old is estranged from his family — and now from his homeland. As it emerged last week, he had already moved his official residence from Great Britain to the US in June last year when he was evicted from his previous home in England, Frogmore Cottage. Independent editor Sean O'Grady sees it as a “snub” for his family and “another sign that he's gone to California for a good thing”.

The expert explains: “It's a bit painful to think about all the goodwill for the future that was showered on Harry and Meghan when they married six years ago. Who is responsible for the collapse of their relationship with Britain – “the country lost. Something very special happened when the Sussexes moved to North America.”

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Is Prince Harry Now Applying For US Citizenship?

He also highlighted the family's recent name change from Mountbatten-Windsor to Sussex, speculating: “The next logical step for the couple is to become Mr and Mrs Sussex. How long will that take? “It will take a while. Can the Duke of Sussex apply for US citizenship and passport?”

In February, Prince Harry revealed that he didn't find the move ridiculous. “U.S. citizenship is a thought that has crossed my mind,” he explained on “Good Morning America,” admitting, “but certainly not a high priority for me right now.” To actually become an American citizen, the father-of-two must renounce his royal titles and allegiance to the British monarchy under American law.

Sources used: “Good Morning America”,,

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