Royal Family: William 'treading on Harry's toes' as tensions reach 'boiling point' – Express

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The brothers are not believed to be on the best terms since the Duke and Duchess of Sussex aired their tell all interview with Oprah Winfrey in 2021. But Prince William’s upcoming visit to New York could stoke the fire even further, coming not long after Prince Harry made an appearance at the United Nations conference just a month ago.
Columnist Daniela Elser wrote for news.au: “That William is now undertaking a New York climate event of his very own, and with all the opportunities to flaunt his statesman credentials, may well only inflame family tensions further.”
Ms Elser continued: “Whether entirely coincidental or not, this all feels like William not so much treading on his younger brother’s toes but enthusiastically clog dancing over Harry’s bare feet.”
The end of this year could be a difficult one for the family, with the added pressure of Prince Harry’s memoir, expected before Christmas, and his visit to the UK in September.
She said: “Between the Sussexes descending on London, William launching himself on the US market and the mystery of Harry’s book all nearly simultaneously bubbling away, are things about to reach boiling point?”
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Prince William is set to take on the morning school run as the Cambridges announce their move to Windsor, a report has claimed.
The Duke of Cambridge, 40, looks set to take on a new role when Prince George, 9, Princess Charlotte, 7, and Prince Louis, 4, move school.
Prince William and wife Kate Middleton, also 40, announced the three children would move to a school in Berkshire when they switch from Kensington Palace to Windsor.
A palace source told the Sun: “The decision to move to Windsor was always about putting the children first. Both William and Catherine are very keen to do the school run.”
Prince William has expressed solidarity with the people of New Zealand as the country faces widespread flooding.
Hundreds of people have been forced to evacuate their homes in New Zealand as the country has declared a state of emergency due to flooding.
Prince William said on social media that he and Duchess Kate were thinking of those affected and spoke about his thoughts on climate change.
Last week, Prince Willaim wrote on Twitter a message of support to those affected by the current flooding in New Zealand.

He wrote: “Seeing the devastation caused by the floods in New Zealand is a reminder of the herculean effort we must all make to protect our planet.”
“I know you will come together, as you have done before, to support those in need. Catherine and I are thinking about all those affected.”

Prince Harry has been praised for doing a “great job” after the Duke of Sussex, 37, looked moved when pictured during a secret trip to Africa.
Prince Harry was snapped visiting the Kigali Genocide Memorial in Rwanda last week as he paid respects to victims of the genocide against the Tutsi which killed hundreds of thousands of people in 1994.
The official account for the Kigali Genocide Memorial shared the images on Twitter.
The caption read: “While in Rwanda, Prince Harry, The Duke of Sussex paid his respects to victims of the Genocide against the Tutsi at the Kigali Genocide Memorial.”

Omid Scobie, who co-authored Finding Freedom with Carolyn Durand, claimed the Duke wrote in the visitor book: “I am profoundly moved by what I have witnessed.
“What an incredible show of unity and resilience we now see.
“Thank you for showing us all the way to healing and forgiveness.

“You are setting an example across the world.”
Twitter users flocked to the social media website to praise the Duke for his visit.
One user, operating under the handle @taytaygold1, said: “Kudos to the Good King Harry, what a kindhearted Prince. The Prince without borders.”
Another user, @carlabw69, wrote: “What a wonderful man you have turned out to be Harry.”

Princess Charlotte has been seen sporting a very cute accessory on her school bag, and it turns out it’s an absolute bargain.
 are currently enjoying their summer holidays, however, when  first started school at Thomas’s in Battersea she was seen with a glittery unicorn keyring attached to her navy school bag.
The Duchess of Cambridge was also seen helping her daughter carry the bag as she made her way into school.

Prince William and Kate’s middle child is known for her love of unicorns as she has been photographed with similar accessories before.
Her adorable keyrings are sold in a pack of eight for £8, making each unicorn just £1.
They come in many different colours, including pink like Charlotte’s and even a rainbow design.

Kate Middleton and Prince William’s children are set to follow in the historic royal footsteps of their ancestors with their new school.
The Duke and Duchess’ residence Kensington Palace announced on Monday that the Cambridge family will be moving to Windsor by September.
The family will settle into their new home on the Windsor estate ahead of the new school year which will see Prince George, nine, Princess Charlotte, seven, and Prince Louis, four, join a new school.
The young royals will be attending Lambrook school near Ascot, Berkshire, which is a co-educational private school.

The school boasts 52 acres of land and a large number of extracurricular activities including golf, scuba diving club and polo.
It is a prep school for both boys and girls between the ages of three and 13.
The Kensington Palace said: “The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have today announced that Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis will attend Lambrook School in Berkshire from September 2022.

“Their Royal Highnesses are hugely grateful to Thomas’s Battersea where George and Charlotte have had a happy start to their education since 2017 and 2019 respectively and are pleased to have found a school for all three of their children which shares a similar ethos and values to Thomas’s.”

The change in schools to Lambrook follows in the footsteps of the children’s ancestors who also attended the school in the 1870s.
Prince Christian Victor and Prince Albert of Schleswig-Holstein, two of Queen Victoria’s grandsons also attended Lambrook.
It is said that Her Majesty Queen Victoria even attended some of their cricket matches at the school.

Prince William’s treasured charity Tusk has gained celebrity support as a lavish fundraising party was held in the Hampton’s.
The charity was set up in 1990 following the poaching crisis of the 1980s which saw 100,000 elephants killed each year and made the black rhino almost extinct.
Tusk is a charity based in the UK and was featured alongside the African Community Conservation Fund as the two charities which benefited from the fundraising event.
The Duke of Cambridge became royal patron of the charity in 2005 which significantly raised its status.

Prince William said: “Despite facing some of the greatest challenges to international conservation in history, Tusk continues to be a shining light in what are tragically dark times for Africa’s wildlife.”
The Karibu Africa party was hosted by Amy and Gary Green at their Bridgehampton home, and it grossed over $500,000 (£424,625) for the charities.

Prince Harry has been snapped posing for pictures alongside Rwanda’s president and at a prominent memorial as he completed a surprise visit to the central-eastern African country.
Prince Harry, 37, was greeted by the nation’s president, Paul Kagame. The official Twitter page for the Rwandan leader wrote: “President Kagame received Prince Harry, The Duke of Sussex, who visited Rwanda as part of his work as President of African Parks.
“The Government of Rwanda has agreements with African Parks to manage Akagera and Nyungwe National Parks.”
The prince was then shown standing next to Mr Kagame in a photo published by the account.
The Duke, who is the president of African Parks, which is a non-profit group focusing on conservation across the continent.
It is one of the few patronages the Duke still undertakes since he and his wife, Meghan, stepped back from royal duties in 2020.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are trying to have their cake and eat it by coming to the UK on a “suspiciously royal” looking trip, a royal expert has claimed.
Royal commentator Daniela Elser argued that the couple’s visit to the UK next month shows they could be reaping royal benefits with the trip despite choosing to live a life outside of the .
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will return to the UK at the start of next month for the first time since the Queen’s Jubilee celebrations.
Ms Elser commented on their decision to return to Harry’s home country.
Speaking about the couple’s decision to step down from their senior royal roles, she said: “So, off they went to California to talk about compassion and making podcasts and TV shows, all lofty, impressive goals which have so far translated into sound and fury signifying headline-making white noise.

“In short, they made their choice.
“But now? Now it looks like they are about to go back to Britain for a trip which could carry with it the patina of royalty: the fleet of stealthy black Range Rovers pulling up to events, the cheering crowds and the big speeches.”
However, she said the problem with the trip is that they had chosen to live a life outside of their royal duties.

She claimed: “The problem is, having picked ‘freedom’ and life outside palace walls, with this UK trip, it looks a lot like they are now intent on having their cashed-up Californian cake and eating it too.”

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex stepped down as senior royals in March 2020- a move dubbed ‘Megxit’. 
Following the move, they were stripped of their royal patronages and honorary military titles. 
The couple relocated across the pond to Montecito in Santa Barbara where they now live with their two children Archie, three and Lilibet, who turns one next month.
Since leaving the UK the couple has not stepped away from the spotlight, most famously taking part in a controversial interview with Oprah Winfrey in March 2021. 

Prince William skipped a lunch with Prince Harry and the Queen due to his anger at his brother leaving the royal family, a royal commentator has claimed. 
When Harry announced that he would be stepping down from senior royal duties, a crisis meeting was held and the Queen planned a lunch beforehand to “soften the atmosphere”. 
Discussing the lunch, Katie Nicholls said: “The Queen knew that probably the best way to have a successful summit was to have a lunch beforehand, and just to give the brothers an opportunity to come together and perhaps soften the atmosphere a little bit. 
“But by all accounts, William didn’t arrive until the meeting was just about to start, which was after the lunch, and Harry took lunch with the Queen alone. 
“I think that’s a very clear indicator as to just how angry William was about it. 
“William just couldn’t understand that Harry was essentially turning his back on the duty that he was born into and Harry couldn’t understand that he wasn’t being able to forge ahead with a different way of being the spare.”
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'Angry' William skipped lunch with Harry and Queen in 'clear indicator' of Duke's hurtThe Queen’s favourite takeaway has been analysed by a body language expert. 
 Darren Stanton said on behalf of Coffee Friend: “It is believed to be the Queen‘s favourite guilty pleasure of fish and chips and it’s reported she has even had the odd kebab when she’s staying at Balmoral. Fish and chips are of course the most British food you can possibly get so this tells me that she is someone who is traditional in their outlook, as of course we might expect from her majesty.

“There have been rumours that the monarch also accepted to eat a kebab on a dare from Prince Harry. If true, this says she’s not afraid to step into the unknown a little and try something outside of the comfort zone. If you think about it, this is quite accurate because she has been the stable forthright character throughout her reign who has actually travelled the world and met many dignitaries. For someone to have done that they must have an open outlook and a willingness to experience new customs and experiences.”

A former royal footman has discussed his first meeting with the Queen. 
Steven Kaye told Slingo: “When I first joined the Royal household, I had moved into the palace but the Queen was at Windsor because it was the horse show followed by Ascot. Two days after I moved in, I was taken to Windsor Castle by car to go and meet the Queen and be introduced as her new Royal footman. I was shown how to bow and you go in, bow your head from the head down never by the waist, with your hands by your side and you only speak once the Queen has spoken to you first. 

“She said welcome to the Royal household, I’m looking forward to seeing you next week and she had obviously been briefed about my mother who is a machinist for a company based in Long Eaton where I’m from. They have the Royal warrant of appointment for providing soft furniture to the Royal household and the Queen spoke about how she knew my mother was working for a Royal warranted company. She’s obviously briefed to make you feel at ease and like she knows something about you. It was really lovely.” 

Former royal footman discusses first meeting with Queen

Prince Charles is the longest-serving heir in UK history, at 72-years-old, after being first in line from the age of three.
When he takes the crown, Prince Charles will become the oldest ever British monarch to ascend to the throne.
Some royalists have argued that Prince Charles should step aside to allow Prince William to become King because he generally tends to enjoy better approval ratings with the public.
Prince Charles has faced controversy over his divorce from Princess Diana and his affair during their marriage with now-wife Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall.
He has also been accused of “meddling” in politics by stating his opinion on issues like the environment and farming, alternative medicine and architecture in private letters to Government ministers.

Will Prince Charles step aside and let Prince William become King?Anne Boleyn was betrayed by her friends who spied on her before her execution, a royal historian has told Express.co.uk. 
Sylvia Barbara Soberton explained how Sir William Kingston, the Constable of the Tower, received intelligence from the four ladies who attended to Anne’s needs ahead of her execution.
She said: “Generally, the women who were with her in the Tower of London were not her close friends.
“Because she commented that the king knew what he was doing when he put such women about her that she ‘never loved’.
“That is a quote from Anne herself. Kingston wrote that these women were to spy for him.

“And they did, because he reported these scraps of conversations.
“Later for example, some men were arrested based on what Anne said in the Tower to these women who were with her.”
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A body language expert has analysed the royal family’s favourite takeaways. 
Discussing Kate Middleton’s choices, Darren Stanton said on behalf of Coffee Friend: “Kate has previously named curry, particularly those more on the spicy side, as her favourite.
Straight away this tells me Kate is somebody that is prepared to take a bit of a risk, she’s not adverse to stepping into the unknown and into being adventurous.
Rather than sticking to the norm, people that like spice in their life are generally people that are outgoing, like to be fairly spontaneous and shake things up every now and then. 
“This does appear to be quite accurate when we speak about Kate, as she does seem quite open to new experiences and discovery.”

Kate Middleton’s food choices point to an ‘adventurous risk-taker’ Meghan Markle was “hit hard” after one of her Netflix projects, an animated series called Pearl was cancelled, a royal expert has said. 
Neil Sean said: “The Pearl thing really hit Meghan very hard because it was very embarrassing wasn’t it for them?
“Archewell productions proudly announced that they’re going to be making etc…And then for them to have to remove it even though it was in the public domain and everybody knew, now they’re basically stating that they don’t want to put anything on the website unless it’s 100% going forward so that they don’t experience any more ridicule.”
“But for now Harry and Meghan are finding out the very hard and tough way that even bosses like Netflix that are with millions and billions are ruthless, and once they decide that you’re no longer useful to them, they will find out very soon that the axe could simply fall on all projects from the Archewell company.”
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Despite Prince Harry’s decision to step down as a senior member of the royal family, should none of the Cambridges become King or Queen, the Duke of Sussex still remains sixth in the line of succession. 
The Duke of Sussex formally stepped away from his royal duties in 2020 and has since made a home for himself and his wife, Meghan Markle, in California with their children Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor and Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor. 

Where are the Sussexes in the line of succession?A former royal footman has shared his experiences with the Queen’s corgis. 
Steven Kaye told Slingo: “There was one corgi called Emma that stood out. You’d be walking along the corridor and you’d always try to avoid her because she’d try and bite your ankles.
“We used to feed the dogs in the morning. They have their own dog room at Buckingham Palace. It’s quite regal – a great big dark wooden glossy door with a gold handle and beautifully polished floor with all these dog beds all over the place. We would put the food out, most of them had special dietary requirements, so we’d have to remember who had what and they all had a silver dog bowl with their name engraved on it. The Queen would feed them herself at 3 in the afternoon. 
“We’d literally be walking the dogs and you’d turn around, the Queen would be there with her headscarf on and she’d be like, ‘Oh, I’ll take over now.’ We were relieved of our duties and off she went.”

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have come under fire for their move to Windsor. 
Former BBC royal correspondent pointed out that their new Windsor home will be their fourth, noting that they are not being affected by the cost of living crisis. 
He said: “A fourth home for the Cambridges is a reminder the royals don’t suffer from the cost of living crisis and a looming recession in the same way as the rest of us.
“When taxpayers’ money was spent on refurbishing their apartment at Kensington Palace, Prince William, who campaigns for the homeless, insisted his family planned to stay there for many years to come.”
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The Duchess of Cambridge, was spotted with Charlotte and Louis en route to Balmoral as the down-to-earth royals took a commercial flight. Prince William, 41, reportedly travelled separately with their eldest child Prince George, nine.
A surprised member of the public shared a video on TikTok of Kate disembarking the flight.
The TikTok user said: “On a flight to Scotland, Kate Middleton, both kids, nanny and security 2 rows in front of me.
“Could get a private jet or helicopter but keeping it simple, flying economy,” added the user.

Former BBC royal correspondent Peter Hunt has highlighted how the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s move to Adelaide Cottage in Windsor’s Home Park is their fourth home.
Mr Hunt said the relocation is a “reminder” that the royals are not facing the cost of living crisis “in the same way as the rest of us”.
He said: “A fourth home for the Cambridges is a reminder the royals don’t suffer from the cost of living crisis and a looming recession in the same way as the rest of us.
“When taxpayers’ money was spent on refurbishing their apartment at Kensington Palace, Prince William, who campaigns for the homeless, insisted his family planned to stay there for many years to come.”
Duke and Duchess of CambridgeThe Duke of Cambridge has been warned that there are “no signs” that his rift with the Sussexes has abated, as one commentator claimed that Meghan Markle remains “really p***** off” about her exit from the monarchy.
The ominous warning for the Duke of Cambridge was noted in the third and final episode of the new bombshell Channel 4 documentary series The Real Windsors, which examines the future of the Royal Family.
Broadcaster and commentator Bonnie Greer said that Meghan Markle was still “really p***** off” about her exit from the family, as the rift threatens to blow up in the future.Royal FamilyMeghan and Harry have been lambasted on Twitter for speaking at an event that charges youths more than £3,000 to attend.
User @albert_princec said: “To be fair, limited scholarships from sponsors are available however £1,000 per day for Sept. 5 through 8 surely limits the status of those who can attend thereby making the One Young World Event inaccessible for working class youths. Rather less than an equitable world.”
Another, @braceletbay, said: “No one turned up to their last debacle, at the UN, which was free, so no chance of a full house this time at that price.”

Who in their right mind would waste u00a31000 of their hard-earned cash to listen to a bunch of unqualified, preachy and hypocritical nonsense from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle?

Delusional thinking on their part! ud83dude02
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s new home is nestled in Home Park in Windsor, just a moment away from the Queen’s permanent residence Windsor Castle.
It was built in in 1831, using parts of the Royal Lodge at the time, which was partly demolished and re-used to construct Princess Adelaide’s cottage.
The Grade II listed property underwent major renovations in 2015 and has been a grace-and-favour property since 1945.
Prince George began his education at the Westacre Montessori School in Norfolk near the royal family estate Anmer Hall.
Both Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis attended Willcocks Nursery School in London, where it costs £14,500 a year per student to attend.
The two eldest attended St Thomas’s in Battersea prior to the big move.
Prince Louis will reportedly join his siblings Princess Charlotte and Prince George at a new primary school this year as Kate and Willian will be moving to Berkshire to be closer to the Queen.
Prince William, Kate and their three children are moving to Adelaide Cottage from Kensington Palace.
It has now been announced George, nine, Charlotte, seven, and Louis, four, will start at Lambrook School near Ascot in September.
Jonathan Perry, headmaster at Lambrook School, said: “We are delighted that Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis will be joining us this coming September and very much look forward to welcoming the family, as well as all of our new pupils, to our school community.”
READ MOREPrince George, Princess Charlotte, Prince LouisThe Queen and wider Royal Family could allegedly be blindsided by Prince Harry’s upcoming memoir, with no prior reading of the duke’s tell-all book.
It is understood that Royal Family members, including Prince Harry’s father and brother, will not get an advance copy of the book before it reaches shelves across the UK.
The memoir, which is expected to be released later this year, is likely to have never before seen revelations after the estranged prince promised to give a “firsthand account of my life that’s accurate and wholly truthful”.
According to the Telegraph, sources close to his father Prince Charles have indicated that it was hoped members of his team would have been able to read its contents prior to publication.
However, they said it was “unlikely to be on his reading list”.
With no publication date publicly revealed, there is speculation that publishers Penguin Random House could be planning a shock drop of the book, meaning there is little to no publicity done before the book is released.
The publisher, which is aware that no Royal Family member would ever sue one of its own, is still taking a big risk with the book according to one insider.
They said: “These publishers are too not the types to publish and be damned. They have reputations to protect. The biggest potential issue is not defamation but truth – accuracy.”Prince Harry and the QueenPrince Harry and Meghan Markle will appear at the One World Summit in the UK next month, an event that brings young world leaders together.
But only those youngsters able to fork out £3,150 — without accommodation and travel costs — will be able to hear from Meghan throughout a series of “transformative speeches, panels, networking, and workshops”.
Some expressed fury over the event’s ticket prices, with one member of the public calling saying it was “delusional” from the duke and duchess to think people would be willing to “waste £1,000” a day.

Gyles Brandreth has said the duke’s upcoming book could be an “anticlimax”.
He said it would be a “big mistake” for Prince Harry to criticise the Queen.
The contents of the book is reportedly not going to be revealed to the Royal Family before it hits shelves later this year.

Despite Prince Harry’s decision to step down as a senior member of the royal family, should none of the Cambridges become King or Queen, the Duke of Sussex still remains sixth in the line of succession. 
The Duke of Sussex formally stepped away from his royal duties in 2020 and has since made a home for himself and his wife, Meghan Markle, in California with their children Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor and Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor.

Lady Amelia has shown glimpses of her “small and cosy” flat in Notting Hill which she shares with her older sister Marina.
The 26-year-old fashion model shares the low-key flat with Lady Marina, 29, and has shared numerous pictures of their space which is filled with family mementoes, artwork, and plants.
Lady Amelia is the granddaughter of Prince Edward, the Duke of Kent who is the Queen’s cousin, making her 43rd in line to the throne.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s upcoming visit to the UK has been branded “unnecessary and provocative” by a royal expert as it will pull focus from the Queen during an important time.
Royal commentator Jonathan Sacerdoti said their visit will “pull focus” from the Queen.
He added: “Much of the British public is disappointed with how they have conducted themselves since they left, so their upcoming visit might be a mistake.
“The Royal Family normally works hard to coordinate the public events of each individual Royal so they don’t clash with one another.
“But Harry and Megan‘s visit will take place during the exact week that the Queen returns to London to officially meet with the country’s new prime minister.
“That’s an unnecessary and provocative distraction.”
Camilla Long has slammed Prince Harry for “whirlybending” for participating in “some sub-Trudeau globalist balls”.
Comparing the Duke to his younger cousin, Ms Long said his cousin Lady Louise, daughter of the Earl and Countess of Wessex, is a “true royal rebel- unlike Harry and Meghan”.
Writing in The Sunday Times, Ms Long said Lady Louise is a “modest, likeable young woman”, accusing Harry and Meghan of having “no self-awareness whatsoever”.
She continued: “The problem with all this, of course, is that the current Royal Family spend a huge amount of time emphasising duty, diligence, service, and grace.


The Duke and Duchess of Sussex stepped down as senior royals in March 2020- a move dubbed ‘Megxit’. 
Following the move, they were stripped of their royal patronages and honorary military titles. 
The couple relocated across the pond to Montecito in Santa Barbara where they now live with their two children Archie, three and Lilibet, who turns one next month.
Since leaving the UK the couple has not stepped away from the spotlight, most famously taking part in a controversial interview with Oprah Winfrey in March 2021. 

Meghan Markle and Prince HarryLast summer, Penguin Random House announced a memoir by Prince Harry coming out sometime in 2022.
Announcing the publication, he said: “I’m writing this not as the prince I was born but as the man I have become. I’ve worn many hats over the years, both literally and figuratively, and my hope is that in telling my story—the highs and lows, the mistakes, the lessons learned—I can help show that no matter where we come from, we have more in common than we think,” the Duke of Sussex said in a statement announcing the book.
“I’m deeply grateful for the opportunity to share what I’ve learned over the course of my life so far and excited for people to read a firsthand account of my life that’s accurate and wholly truthful.”
A publication date for the book has not been publicly revealed.Prince HarryAccording to the Mirror, one elderly lady failed to notice the Queen while walking in a small village shop.
It was said that an elderly lady spoke to her as she was about to enter a shop near Sandringham and said: “Good heavens, you look just like the Queen.”
Her Majesty replied by saying: “How reassuring.”

, the Duke of York, remains ninth in the royal line of succession, despite being recently stripped of his HRH title and military titles. 
The Duke of York lost these titles in the wake of backlash from US civil action over sexual assault allegations – claims he has vehemently and repeatedly denied.
Many decades ago, Prince Andrew was second in line to the throne, behind his older brother, Prince Charles. But now, he is ninth in the order of succession, following the arrival of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s two children: Archie and Lilibet.

UK monarchy line of successionPrince Andrew is allegedly refusing to give up a royal comeback, and has held “intense talks” with his mother the Queen.
The Duke of York, 62, reportedly spent three days with his mother, 96, at Balmoral during her annual summer break.
He is said to want to “try to establish a route back” to royal life with a new position.

Royal courtiers have suspected Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s upcoming visit to the UK us “commercially driven”, a royal commentator has claimed.
Dan Wooton wrote in his latest column for MailOnline: “So perhaps the biggest question is, given the acrimony, why are Harry and Meghan so keen to return to the UK not long after their last disastrous visit?
“The answer, courtiers suspect, is likely to be, at least in part, commercially driven.
“Much to their horror, the Sussexes are discovering that the US interest in them is decreasing, as their proximity to the Royal Family and Britain grows ever more distant.

Last summer, Penguin Random House announced a literary memoir by Prince Harry coming out sometime in 2022.
As the book was announced, Prince Harry said: “I’m writing this not as the prince I was born but as the man I have become. I’ve worn many hats over the years, both literally and figuratively, and my hope is that in telling my story—the highs and lows, the mistakes, the lessons learned—I can help show that no matter where we come from, we have more in common than we think.
“I’m deeply grateful for the opportunity to share what I’ve learned over the course of my life so far and excited for people to read a firsthand account of my life that’s accurate and wholly truthful.”
A publication date for the book has not been publicly announced.
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