Prince Harry's Personal Megxit: Rebel Duke Will Permanently Return to U.K. 1 Day Without Meghan Markle

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The Duke of Sussex 'will eventually' leave his Duchess.

Jul. 9 2024, Published 11:23 a.m. ET

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Harry, Duke of Sussex, will leave Meghan Markle one day for a permanent return home to the United Kingdom. Veteran royal author and historian Hugo Vickers told royal editor Matt Wilkinson on "The Sun's Royal Exclusive" podcast that the rebel Duke is currently overflowing with "anger" and an intense fear of losing his Duchess, but this "dysfunction" cannot continue much longer.

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been married for over six years.

"Where do you think they will be in 20 years time?" Wilkinson asked.

"I think he'll come home," the scribe replied. "I think he'll come home, and if he comes home, we must be very nice to him because he won't particularly want to. He's quite angry I think."

The presenter then wondered if King Charles III, if still reigning, would welcome his youngest child back, to which Vickers shared: "Yes, I do. The King has left the door wide open for him to do that and he was doing such a good job before and... he looked so happy."

The author of Horses and Husbands then further elaborated on Harry's complex, emotional predicament by observing: "Usually, you're happy when you're doing your duty and you're doing it for other people and you're putting things into life. If you're taking things out of life, at the risk of getting a lot of hate mail, I personally think that he looks like he's petrified of losing her [Meghan] and looks slightly petrified of her."

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Harry and Meghan are a 'tight unit' at the moment, but some analysts feel the relationship will not stand the test of time.

When asked by Wilkinson to name the biggest scandal the House of Windsor has faced in the last half-century, Vickers revealed: "I suppose the death of Diana in 1997 was a big crisis point, but, at the risk of being controversial, will the arrival of Meghan Markle prove to be a bigger one in the long run? Who knows?"

After the presenter shared that Harry's departure from the monarchy was his choice, the author poignantly said of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex: "I was in Windsor the day they got married, and the popularity and the goodwill towards them was enormous."

He also shot down the notion of a "vile British press" being the ones to blame for 2020's "Megxit," and said that Meghan "succeeded in eroding that very quickly and what I find unforgivable is the stress she put on the late queen in the last couple of years of her life."

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle talk to crowds of mourners after Queen Elizabeth II's death, Windsor Castle, September 10, 2022.

As The Royal Observer previously reported, Prince Harry and Meghan have not visited the United Kingdom as a couple since the September 19, 2022, State Funeral of Queen Elizabeth II. Numerous commentators have shared how they feel the former Suits star "will never set foot in Britain again." Many more hold firm that the pair will divorce at some point, with one palace insider stating that this will happen "only when Meghan finishes with him."

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The Duke of Sussex may not be fully banished from royal life just yet.

Source: TRO

Newsweek reported on the expert revelations.

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