It looks like Megan Markle and Prince Harry are happy right where they are.
Exactly one year ago, the royal duo announced their intention to “retire as” senior “members of the royal family” and did not look back.
Following the historic transition, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, aged 36 and 39, respectively, have taken their own path in an attempt to “become financially independent” and relocate to California. They dived forward into the entertainment world by signing a production deal with Netflix and releasing a podcast on Spotify – not to mention Markle’s story from a Disney + documentary.
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Their official transition from royal life took place in March 2020, so as the anniversary approached, the question arose: Will Harry and Markle return to royal life?
“The general consensus is that this ‘divorce’ worked,” royal expert Katie Nicole told Entertainment Tonight. “Megan and Harry left the royal family to become independent, to become financially independent. They have absolutely achieved this this year. They can now look back a year and probably celebrate their decision.”
Despite the deadline for a decision, Nicole said there would be no “formal meeting” between Harry and his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, as this was never part of the plan.
“Yes, there would always be a probationary year, but it was a year in progress,” Nicole added. “This is a year in which Harry communicates regularly with his grandmother. The general feeling is that the couple adheres to the terms of the agreement.”
When the Sussex announced their plan to step down, they categorically stated that they wanted to continue to “fully support Her Majesty the Queen,” which they have achieved, Nicole said, explaining that discussions “continue” regarding young royalty “since left the royal family. “
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While Harry and his grandmother communicate regularly, they are still working to resolve the “exclusive” issue of his military titles, which Nickel said needs to be “sorted out.”
Last year, Harry was stripped of his honorary military titles.
- Captain of the Royal Marines
- Honorary Commander of the Air Force at Honington Royal Air Force Base
- Honorary Chief Commodore of the small ships and diving operations of the Royal Navy
He served 10 years in Her Majesty’s armed forces (the British version of the army) and rose to the rank of captain and saw two service tours in Afghanistan. Much of his charitable work is in support of fellow servicemen.
“As for their portfolio of patrons and charities, as far as the couple is concerned, they plan to continue working with these patrons and charities, as has been the case in the last year,” the expert said. “So when problems arise, they will be solved.”
Nicole believes the two “have their roots in Los Angeles” and that their entertainment ventures have exposed their “financial future.”
“The offer to return to the royal family will simply not happen,” she told the store.
Their decision to stay away from royal life may be in part because “Harry has long wanted a way out.”
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The royal observer said: “Remember that this is a prince who was born a reserve, who always had to play his brother’s second violin. [Prince William]. “Noting that she believes” Megan was a catalyst for a new life for him. She really gave him the confidence to say, “Okay, there’s another way.”
It was no secret that Harry and Markle were “not happy” in Britain, so they embarked on a “leap of faith” in a “very exciting adventure,” as Nicole put it.
“I don’t think there is any regret … They are excited about this year, they are very excited about this chapter in their lives, they love their new life in Los Angeles and they are very happy,” she said.
Although they have found happiness outside of royal life, they still want to see Harry’s family in the new year “COVID allows”.
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“[June 2021] will also mark the 100th birthday of the Duke of Edinburgh, which will be a very big holiday here in the UK, “Nicole told Entertainment Tonight.” I know that Harry, he is very close and with his grandparents, he would not want you to miss such an occasion. “
The summer will also host the unveiling of a statue dedicated to Harry’s late mother, Princess Diana, for whom the prince will “absolutely” want to attend.
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“So I think the plan is for him to be here, probably here for a long summer. But of course, all of those plans are subject to change because of the situation with COVID-19. No one knows if they’ll actually be able to travel,” Nicole explained. .