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They may stay in America

They may stay in America

Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan They may stay in America

Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry have been living with their children in the United States since leaving the royal family, known as “Mexit.”


Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan will probably stay in the US and not act as full-time or part-time royals.

British media suggested the temporary return of Prince Harry, 39, and Duchess Meghan, 42, in light of the cancer of Charles III, 75, and Princess Kate, 42, who were temporarily out after surgery. As the Duke of Sussex struck an unusually conciliatory tone towards his royal family in a television interview, there was speculation that the pair could be used as a sort of “part-time royal” by traveling between California and the island. But a PR expert now clearly refutes this – and gives a clear reason why.

Will Megan's return fail?

Lynn Garratt of Press Box PR told British newspaper The Mirror that Harry and Meghan “will not be returning to England either full-time or part-time”. While former royal butler Grant believes a return to Harold is “highly possible”, a Hollywood expert at a London PR agency is adamant it won't happen. This is mainly due to the Duchess: “Meghan does not want to settle in Great Britain, although I believe that Harry would like to spend more time in his homeland and meet his old friends again.”

But for the US-born woman, that's not an option: “Meghan had a hard time living in the UK before 'Mexid'; being part of the British monarchy was out of her comfort zone. Her popularity in the US is greater than in the UK.” In Britain, public opinion of Meghan was “completely negative”. ” fell through, and after all the interviews it was “unlikely” that the British would “welcome her again”.

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According to the PR expert, the Duchess will have a lot to do to change her image: “Meghan can increase her popularity by not constantly playing up her royal connections, as she and Harry's newly launched website. They may also consider limiting the use of designer labels to make the British “more accessible to the public.” “Others Present yourself as an average working mother facing similar challenges” is advised. Would the former “Suits” actress actually pull it off? The expert strongly doubts it.

Harry said: 'I think every illness brings families together'

Prince Harry and his wife left the royal family and moved to America four years ago. They live in Montecito, California with their children, Prince Archie, 4, and Princess Lilibet, 2. After King Charles was diagnosed with cancer in early February 2024, Prince Harry quickly flew back to his homeland to visit his father. There was subsequent speculation in the British press that Harry would like to temporarily return to royal service. The thoughts were sparked by an interview with the 39-year-old on the American show “Good Morning America.” There the traitor said: “I think every disease brings families together.” He stressed that he loves his family and is “thankful” to his father for being able to fly so quickly.

The heir to the throne is the brother of Prince William, 41, and has announced that he will again travel to Great Britain more often. “I suspect Harry will want to expand his children's relationship with King Charles,” PR expert Lynn Garratt assesses the plans. He wants the little ones to understand their heritage. “It's easier to travel with the kids now that they're a little older, and I'm sure Archie and Lilibet will be visiting England more often.” It remains to be seen if Megan will be there too. Most recently, Harry always flew to Great Britain without his company.

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