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Prince Harry’s royal comeback ‘pending approval’ of Prince William

Prince Harry has reportedly been planning a return to the UK alongside Meghan Markle and his kids

By Web Desk
March 03, 2024
Prince Harry’s royal comeback ‘pending approval’ of Prince William
Prince Harry’s royal comeback ‘pending approval’ of Prince William

Prince Harry may be at odds with his estranged brother Prince William as they are midst of their royal rift, but he needs him.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex stepped down from their royal duties in 2020 after they moved to America in a bid to start their independent lives away from the royal family.

However, Harry and Meghan have seemingly sparked an interest in returning to the royal fold, with the Duke travelling on an urgent basis to see his cancer-stricken father King Charles last month.

There are also rumours swirling that Harry must have offered to resume his royal duties while the monarch is receiving treatment and Kate Middleton recovers from her abdominal surgery.

King Charles’ former butler, Grant Harold, shared some insight to New York Post about whether Harry and Meghan’s return to UK is possible and how would that come to fruition.

Although, Grant mentioned that Harry’s return is pending the approval of his estranged brother Prince William.

“There is so much that has happened over the last couple of years and that needs to be sorted out before the Sussexes made a permanent return.” 

Despite their differences, the former royal butler does believe Harry and William's relationship can be “healed.”

Grant shared that Harry “could have a discussion with his brother about resuming his royal duties” if he plans on returning.

However, there is bad blood between the brothers given how Harry had painted William in negative light in his memoir Spare

Grant said that it’s still “difficult” to say if a reunion is possible “given everything that has gone on and the trust that has been broken down.” However, if Harry and William were to “sort out” their issues, things might get better.