Royal Family Reunion Shattered: Prince Harry 'May Never' Return to Britain Thanks to 'Permanent' U.S. Residency

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The Duke of Sussex has cited his 'permanent' U.S. residency status.

Apr. 20 2024, Published 3:10 p.m. ET

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Prince Harry decided to reportedly switch his permanent living status to the United States, which has dashed the hopes of many royal watchers hoping for a family reunion.

"Harry renouncing his British residency in favor of the U.S. effectively crushes the hopes of anyone expecting the prodigal son to return," PR expert Ryan McCormick dished.

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Prince Harry is 'not likely' to visit King Charles or Prince William when he travels to Britain on May 8, 2024.

"Psychologically, it must be hard on those who view Harry as a symbol of Britain itself being of origin from the royal family," he added.

The Duke of Sussex decided to change the wording of his travel initiative Travlyst in paperwork related to the company. The fifth in line to the throne no longer recognizes himself as a subject of his father, King Charles III, and one insider claimed this change on the paperwork is "a sign of what's to come when Harry renounces his homeland in favor of America."

But the royal rebels' new projects, such as his polo show for Netflix, could be the one barometer of how the prince judges his success in the States. "For now, Harry may feel welcome in the U.S.," McCormick continued. "However, that could change if his upcoming projects aren't successful or his popularity wanes."

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex filming Prince Harry's upcoming polo show for Netflix in Florida, April 12, 2024.

Harry's show will be produced by Boardwalk Pictures, who have also released shows such as Chef's Table and Pepsi, Where's My Jet? Miloš Balać, who has previously worked on Welcome to Wrexham, will serve as showrunner for the polo series, according to Daily Mirror.

This insight follows Harry and Meghan Markle sharing a kiss on a polo field in Florida on Friday, April 12, as both supported the Duke of Sussex's charity, Sentebale — and Harry's upcoming Netflix series.

"Known primarily for its aesthetic and social scene, the series will pull the curtain back on the grit and passion of the sport, capturing players and all it takes to compete at the highest level," a Netflix press release read about the fifth in line to the British throne's new show.

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The Duchess of Sussex is also reportedly "busy at work" filming her very own solo Netflix program as well. "The first series is curated by Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, and celebrates the joys of cooking, gardening, entertaining, and friendship," the streamers' statement continued. Some analysts are reporting this program will tie into the ex-actress' new lifestyle brand, American Riviera Orchard.

The statement added: "The second series offers unprecedented access to the world of professional polo, shot primarily at the US Open Polo Championship in Wellington, Florida. The series will pull back the curtain on the sport." This project is reported to be all about Harry, who has played the sport ever since he was a teenager.

Harry's previous venture with the entertainment company was the documentary, Heart of Invictus, which flopped upon its August 2023 premiere.

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Prince Harry has lived in the United States since early 2020.

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