The 'Opportunity' Is Now: Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Urged to 'Step in' to Help Out the Royal Family

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been urged to help the royal family.

Mar. 8 2024, Published 7:10 p.m. ET

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Due to the "severe" lack of senior royals, palace insiders are urging Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to return to Britain to "help out."

"The royal family is looking short-staffed and quite elderly," a royal source spilled. "The Sussexes have a popularity problem and can see there is an opportunity to step in to fill a vacuum over here with their own work."

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex left the royal family four years ago.

"There is also growing noise stateside that Harry would like to carry out duties on behalf of his father again," the sources added. "I'm sure it was emotionally draining for both of them, but it was a step in the right direction. It was a positive move."

News of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's potential return to Britain has been circulating, thanks in part to the British royal family's ongoing health scares. Former royal butler, Grant Harrold, spilled that the Duke of Sussex is "very keen" to return "home," yet another royal analyst says those hoping for a Sussex/Britain reunion should "dream on."

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The Prince and Princess of Wales have reportedly not spoken to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex since September 2022.

"He is extremely content with his life in California, and it’s not as if the royal family has shown the faintest interest in welcoming him home," royal author Christopher Andersen told an outlet when mentioning Prince Harry.

He continued: "Even if Harry wanted to pitch in while his father, the king, is battling cancer and [his sister-in-law] Kate Middleton is temporarily out of commission, [his brother] Prince William won’t allow it, pure and simple. The situation remains the same: a royal game of chicken. Who will be the first to give in? At the moment, it’s a complete stalemate."

The drama Andersen mentioned has been swirling around the monarchy ever since Harry and Meghan left the U.K. four years ago.

"Whatever resentment [the royal family] harbors toward Harry is only half the resentment they harbor toward Meghan," Andersen continued. "Conversely, Harry is a fierce defender of his wife, and I can’t imagine he’d be willing to resume any royal duties knowing that Meghan remains persona non grata in royal circles."

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at the premiere of 'Bob Marley: One Love' in January 2024.

During "Megxit" negotiations in early 2020, which were overheard by the late Queen Elizabeth II during the twilight of her reign, the future celeb circuit royals claimed they wanted to work "part-time" as royals. The revered monarch was said to be "confounded" by this proposition since being a senior royal means you "serve the nation for life fully," as one palace insider put it.

Royal expert Richard Fitzwilliams said of the new relocation rumors: "This was decided by the Sandringham agreement with the late queen. He has given up his patronages. Also, if he were to resume royal duties, it would become something of a circus revolving around him and Meghan."

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have not been to Britain as a couple since September 2022.

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GBN reported on the insider revelations.

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