'Homesick' Harry's Blues: Rebel Duke Wishes to Make Amends With Royals While Meghan Is Gridlocked in 'Winning Over Hollywood'

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The Duke of Sussex misses Britain, according to reports.

Jun. 18 2024, Published 11:13 a.m. ET

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Harry, Duke of Sussex, is said to be eyeing properties for sale throughout the United Kingdom, as the royal rebel is said to be growing "tired" of Meghan Markle's Hollywood obsession.

"I hear that Harry is both content with his new lifestyle and homesick," royal and entertainment expert Kinsey Schofield told Fox News. "It just depends on the day."

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The Duke of Sussex now has his private life.

Schofield added that the fifth in line to the British throne will likely not consider relocating back to his dad's kingdom until his long-running security details battle is finished.

"I'm sure Harry could get homesick, and we know that he is prone to wearing his heart on his sleeve," she said. "Meghan has likely permitted him to try to establish an additional residence in the U.K. if that will make him happy, but I doubt she has any desire to participate in the process or visit."

Further reports showcase how the "spoilt" prince cannot let go of Britain despite criticizing it.

"It’s something that he’s wanted and been thinking about," former royal butler Grant Harrold shared. "Now he’s probably made the decision, that’s what he wants. Not having a home in the U.K. was probably a joint decision initially, but as time goes on, people’s views and decisions can change. You’ve only got one family, and this means he’s suddenly realized that."

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'Meghan's team will work overtime to try and spin the brand as a success when it doesn't look like that will be the case,' the insider added.

But the Duchess of Sussex is reportedly resistant to the idea of going back to the land that made her a royal.

"She feels rejected by the U.K. and that does not sit well with her," Schofield revealed. "I don’t even think she has any desire to win them over again. Meghan is totally focused on winning over the elite in Hollywood. With jam. And dog treats."

As to whether or not the royal cared if the Sussex family ever decided to live in their main spaces, Schofield concluded: "I don't think the family cares if [Harry] buys property in the U.K. I think they are consumed with healing and loving one another right now."

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Prince Harry 'wants peace' with the royal family for Princess Diana.

This is in contrast to reports that reflect the fifth in line to the throne's "self-destruct" crisis regarding his mental health and where his life has landed as of late.

"Harry has pressed the self-destruct button, and he is going ahead with what he thinks is right, and I think he will come unstuck," former royal butler Paul Burrell said in May on behalf of Spin Genie. "I don’t think all their plans are going to pan out; I think there is a timescale to his destruction."

The former palace aide, who served as Princess Diana's personal butler from 1987 until her death 10 years later, added: "I think they are just letting him get on with it now; I don’t think they are too happy about it, but Harry is taking another step closer all the time to isolation."

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The Duke of Sussex is still battling for royal protection.

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