The Royal Family will make an effort to "reel Harry and Meghan" back in at some point, a royal expert has claimed.
The Duke of Sussex particularly may have to “rethink” his position in the Royal Family after the Queen dies, author Tina Brown has said.
Brown, who recently published her bombshell book The Palace Papers: Inside The House of Windsor, the Truth and the Turmoil, told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme that Prince Harry may wish to serve his country again.
“I think there will be an effort to reel [Harry and Meghan] back in at a certain point, not for a bit, but my guess is they will want to come back, eventually,” Brown said.
“Right now it’s not going to happen, largely because Harry keeps lobbing these fresh hand grenades at the family, just when they are beginning to think, ‘Well, can we re-establish some trust with the House of Sussex?’.”
Speaking to the Today show in late April, the Duke of Sussex said he was hoping to ensure that the 96-year-old monarch was "protected" and "had the right people around her".
Brown referenced these comments when she said: “A lot of people in the [royal] family thought, ‘Actually, she needs protecting from you, Harry’."
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The author of The Diana Chronicles didn't specify anyone in particular.
“But I think when the Queen does die, I do believe there’ll be a kind of desire for Harry to serve his country, I think he’s going to want to rethink it," she added.
“Frankly, I don’t think the entertainment efforts are going that brilliantly, sitting in Montecito."
Brown’s new book will shed new light on the Royal Family and promises to “irrevocably change how the world sees the British royal family”.
The palace and representatives for Sussexes have been contacted.
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