Royal expert says Prince Harry could return to the royal family, but there’s one major catch

Prominent royal expert Jennie Bond has asserted that Prince Harry could potentially be welcomed back into the royal family, albeit without his wife, Meghan Markle. Bond proposed this perspective amid the enduring discord within the House of Windsor.

In an interview, Bond said, “I think that Harry, without Meghan, would be forgiven and welcomed back into the royal fold in the fullness of time.” However, she also admitted that this scenario currently appears rather implausible.

Bond went on to state, “I think there is still enough goodwill towards Harry, well, to the old Harry that we all remember. He could recoup the ground he’s lost and in time and be welcomed back. But I don’t think it’s anywhere on the horizon.”

This sentiment mirrors the views of Princess Diana’s former butler, Paul Burrell, who opined that the British populace would accept the “Spare” author with open arms. “I have no doubt that when this happens, because we all know that it will happen, when it does happen then he will return to the United Kingdom and I think his father, the King, and his brother, the Prince of Wales will both greet him back into the country with open arms,” stated Burrell.

Similar sentiments were expressed by Grant Harrold, former butler to King Charles. Harrold suggested a potential relocation to the UK could be on the cards for Harry, calling the idea “very possible”. Harrold served Charles from 2004 to 2011, during his tenure as Prince of Wales.

“It’s always possible that one day he might want to come home, it’s possible that he might buy [a property] here if he wanted to come over [more] and Meghan didn’t want to come over,” Harrold shared in an exclusive conversation with The Post.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have resided in California since their unprecedented decision to relinquish their royal duties in 2020. The pair have made only a few visits back to the UK since their departure.

Nonetheless, the concept of a royal reconciliation may be a far cry from reality, given Prince Harry’s ongoing legal proceedings against Mirror Group Newspapers (MGN). The Duke is pursuing a lawsuit against the corporation for alleged unethical methods of gathering information, involving the deployment of private investigators and phone-hacking tactics. MGN defends its actions, asserting that it used legal means, including documents, public statements, and sources to report on the royal.

Gayle Gordon

As a college student, making an extra buck now and then was very important. I started as a part-time reporter since I was 19 yo, and I couldn’t believe it might become a long-time career. I'm happy to be part of the Virginian Tribune's team.

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