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'Angry' Prince Harry takes extreme step after King Charles shocking decision

Prince Harry said royals goodbye in reaction to King Charles unexpected move

By Web Desk
April 19, 2024
King Charles forces Prince Harry to take major step
King Charles forces Prince Harry to take major step

Prince Harry, who has declared America as his 'primary residence', is said to be angry with the UK and the royal family.

The Duke of Sussex is not happy with his father King Charles's unexpected decision against him and Meghan Markle that made him homeless in his own country.

Royal author Angela Levin has claimed: "Prince Harry has changed his primary residence to the United States because he is so angry with the UK." 

Meghan's hubby has updated his official business records in this country, making clear he no longer lives in the UK. Harry reportedly changed his country of residence the same day he left his Frogmore Cottage residence in Windsor.

Levin, in talks with GB News, said Harry's shocking step was a "huge change" for the royal, as his "obligations to Britain are far fewer and diminishing as we speak".

"They'd rented Frogmore Cottage from the Queen, but as they were hardly ever there, the Queen had it in her mind that she would put Prince Andrew in there instead, because he doesn't need a great huge mansion," claimed Levin.

The biographer stated that Prince Andrew thought the move "didn't work" for him, but it "did work for Prince Harry", as he then moved to California with Meghan.

She claimed that following the developments of Harry's security arrangements in the UK, the Prince is "furious" with the UK and he thinks he's been "badly treated".

Host Emma Webb asked Levin if Harry's decision shows a "clear sign" that the Duke is "finally accepting" that he's made his bed and he has to lie in it, now committing himself to being a Californian.

In response, Levin said: "I don't think so, actually. I think he's so angry with us in the UK, so angry with his family, it's the sort of remains of Spare where he feels he's just been so badly treated. And I think it's a nasty thing to do."

The commentator went on explaining: "I don't think he'll be happy doing it because he did say many times before, London is my home. I love it and it will always be that way. He's a very sad man and nothing is quite right. And I think it will be something that he feels he has to do, not really wants to do."

Levin also predicted that Prince Harry could possibly lose more with his move, explaining: "He is currently a Counsellor of State. There has to be four of them, and it has to be done by hierarchy. But the vital point is that they actually have a home in the UK."

"It will also make it much harder for him to be looked after by the police when he comes over, because if he's not an English citizen, then he definitely won't have number one protection. Harry has said he can't bring his family over because of that, he doesn't feel safe. But now that's definitely out," according to the royal biographer.