Prince Harry bids Royal to return to Britain exactly six months after Megaxit. news


A royal commentator has stated that Prince Harry may return home early next year. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex originally planned to divide their time equally between the UK and Canada. However, as discussed by ITV Royal Rota podcast host Lizzie Robinson, this option quickly fell out of their hands.

Ms. Robinson told the audience: “While Frogmore is lying vacant at the moment, Harry himself said that they must have finished it was not for COVID, and they were using it.

“He is probably coming to Europe for next year’s Invictus Games.

“They are still going forward in the Hague in the Netherlands.

“You would expect to see him there, but I think everything is still up in the air.”

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The Duke of Sussex planned to return home in time for the Rugby League World Cup.

Harry, who is a patron of the Rugby Football League, commented on the video call with players, coaches and volunteers as the organization celebrated its 125th anniversary.

In late August, he told them: “We’ve got a full Rugby League World Cup coming up next year, so I definitely plan to come back.

“I would have been back already had it not been for COVID.”

They were living in a Beverly Hills mansion lent to them by celebrity Tyler Perry.

However, he has now bought a $ 14.65 million property on the beach of Montecito, the seaside Santa Barbara County enclave that is famous for being home to famous Hollywood stars.

As agreed in their exit deal, Frogham Cottage will remain the couple’s UK residence.

He recently paid £ 2.4 million of renovation costs to the property.

This was promised in the Sandringham Agreement.