The ‘real reason’ Harry won’t be returning to the UK, and it has nothing to do with security


Prince Harry is likely to move away from the UK due to his “complicated relationship” with Camilla, a royal expert claims.

The army veteran and his wife Meghan Markle, along with their two children Archie and Lillibet, are expected to be in their proud Invictus Games establishment this weekend in the Netherlands.

As the Sussex family watches ex-military personnel battle it out in the stadiums, stadiums and sports tracks, they will also be drawn to after they claimed travel to the UK was ‘extremely dangerous’.

Security concerns have been cited as the reason Harry has not returned home since the unveiling of his mother’s statue, as the UK government is pressing to reduce his protection.

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Royal writer Robert Jobson takes a different view, noting that what really prevents him from setting foot in Britain is his stepmother, the Duchess of Cornwall.

Robert told the newspaper: “In The Hague he will be celebrated. His brothers and sisters in arms, past and present, rightly pay tribute to the veteran Afghan warrior for giving back to the army and not being forgotten.”

Back in the UK, and especially with her family, her book hanging means she’s not in the same downturn.

“His book is likely to address his complicated relationship with the Duchess of Cornwall, who was confirmed as future queen in February by our Queen and may be the real reason behind his estrangement.

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“Can you imagine how improbable it would be at dinner if someone asked what in the soon-to-be-published Random House book about them?”

With Harry and Meghan very close to the royal family when they take a trip to the Netherlands, there have been rumors that the couple will at least make the trip to see the Queen, who will celebrate her 96th birthday in the same week as the Games.

According to Robert, this is unlikely, adding: “I am a huge fan of the Invictus Games, and everything Harry has achieved with them. I reported this in London and Australia, where a storm broke out.”

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“The international competition, which will take place from April 16-22, inspires the rehabilitation of injured and sick veterans and military personnel from around the world, by giving them the challenge of competing in sporting events such as the Paralympic Games.

“His determination to continue this is commendable.

“The question now is: Are you going to visit Britain to wish your grandmother, the Queen, a happy 96th birthday on April 21?

The truth is, it’s highly unlikely, given the split he created in the family.

Traveling to the Netherlands will be the couple’s first international trip as a family since they moved to California (Image: Getty Images)

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Harry also lodged a legal appeal against the UK Home Office after being told he would no longer receive ‘the same degree’ of personal protection protection when visiting from the US, even though he offered to pay for it himself.

The King, who now lives in Montecito, California, with Megan, 40, and their sons Archie and Lilipet, said he wanted to bring them to visit them from across the Atlantic, but he ‘doesn’t feel safe’ visiting under the current circumstances. Security arrangements certainly that’s just an excuse. other?

“Is The Hague less safe than Westminster Abbey at her grandfather Philip’s service of thanksgiving, where the Queen brought her family and the crowned heads of Europe in honor of her late husband?”

The Daily Star has contacted Prince Harry’s representatives for comment.

Robert Jobson is the author of William at 40: The Making of Modern Monarch published by Ad Lib.

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