A royal biographer has claimed that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle is “ pointless in self-exile ”, and it was “ great to hear ” the Duke support the NHS during the Covid-19 virus crisis as Cambridge has.
The Duke, 36, and Duchess of Sussex, 39, currently live in their $ 14 million California mansion with his eighteen-month-old son Archie, after he withdrew from royal service in March.
Royal expert Hugo Vickers has said Prince Harry is “ cut off from his family, the military, his friends, and the Commonwealth ” in the United States. The Telegraph: “It is a pointless existence in self-exile.”
Meanwhile, he compared the Duke’s actions to those of Prince William, 38, and Kate Middleton, 38, adding: “While applauding at the NHS, I thought how, after the Cambridge applause, it was cool to hear his voice.”
Royal expert Hugo Vickers said Prince Harry, 36, and Meghan Markle, 39, have “ no sense of self-exile ”
Hugo said Prince Harry was doing “such a good job” and “extracting a lot” from royal life before Megsett.
He explained that the Duke’s success in the army was “good for him,” while the Invictus Games were “a great success.”
The royal expert said it was “ great ” to hear Prince Harry support the NHS at the height of the Covid-19 crisis, as did the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
His comments come days after his appearance, Prince Harry and Meghan want a 12-month extension to the Megxit deal that would preserve their royal patronage and return to the UK to conclude the deal in person.
The biographer compared the Duke’s actions to those of Prince William, 38, and Kate Middleton, 38, and said it was “ great to hear ” from him at the height of the Covid-19 crisis (pictured, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with their children applaud for the NHS )
The couple hope to agree on a more permanent deal to ensure they continue to be non-working royals while retaining their care.
The move comes as the couple has gotten a hold of commercial gigs with Netflix and Spotify in recent months – a factor that will be scrutinized closely by royal assistants as the March 12-month review date approaches.
As part of the negotiations, they will speak with senior members of the royal family over a video call before Prince Harry, who may be joined by his wife Megan, returns to the UK to speak face to face with his aides and family.
The couple was said to want to go back in time for the Queen’s 95th birthday and the 100th birthday of the Duke of Edinburgh.
The couple was said to want to go back in time for the Queen’s 95th birthday and the 100th birthday of the Duke of Edinburgh
The latest discussions are said to have been “less confrontational” than those held in Sandringham in January when the Megast deal was rigged, giving them a grace period in case they wish to return – which ends on March 31.
The sun on sunday Reports state that lucrative Netflix deals of £ 100m and £ 30million will be valued on Spotify to ensure they align with “Her Majesty’s Values”.
Royal biographer Andrew Morton has claimed that if the coronavirus restrictions allow, they would like to return to Britain to celebrate the Queen’s 95th birthday on April 21, the Duke of Edinburgh’s 100th birthday in June, and the unveiling of a statue of Princess Diana on July 1. Her 60th birthday.
Morton said, “Although they’ll do some of it with Zoom, Harry wants to meet face to face to relate everything.” Things seem to have calmed down.
Harry has been in contact with the Queen more than you think. But there are a few things that need to be there in person to sort it out.
They will need a few weeks. This could be done after April, depending on the covid.
The move comes as the couple has giggagged commercials with Netflix and Spotify in recent months, which will be scrutinized by royal assistants as the 12-month review date approaches.
Morton also claims that Harry regrets the way they announced their stepping down from their role – sharing the news on social media – but he doesn’t regret his public decision.
Harry reached an agreement with his family at the Sandringham summit in January after he and Meghan said they wanted to earn their money.
They left at the end of March and moved to California where they have since bought a £ 11m mansion and launched Archewell for good reasons.
As a result of the frosty Megxit deal, Harry was stripped of his military roles, which were said to not be filled by someone new until summer.
Harry was also said to have fallen out with his brother William, as the couple did not speak for several months after agreeing to the deal.
But in recent months, relations between the couple and the rest of the royal family were said to have improved, with Harry and Meghan sending gifts to Prince William and his family.