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Harry worried about Charles III: another reason to push the prince back to the UK

Harry worried about Charles III: another reason to push the prince back to the UK

Prince Harry's recent visit to England has raised many questions. Having lived in California for many years, the Duke of Sussex is returning more and more to his native country. The next trip will be planned soon.

We didn't really give him a choice. According to him, Prince Harry was ostracized by his own family in 2020. Exactly eight days after the start of the New Year, the Duke of Sussex and his wife Meghan Markle announced on social networks that they are leaving the Windsor clan. Natively lives in Canada. Well “get out”, not really. In a mini-series that aired on Netflix in December 2022, The youngest son of King Charles III, the couple will still want to work for the British royal family but will explain differently. Especially far away from the UK. A request violently rejected by Queen Elizabeth II and Prince William in particular. “It was scary to see my brother yelling at me. “My father says completely untrue things and my grandmother is silent,” Archie and Lilibet's dad says before adding: “From their point of view they thought it was a personal problem. This chasm that has been dug between my brother and me makes me very sad. In a way, I understand it, it's his legacy, it's ingrained in him; He is partly responsible for the survival and continuity of the monarchy.”

All the reasons to stay away from loved ones, Prince Harry has settled in California with his wife Meghan Markle. Ever since this famous summit went so badly, tensions between the Sussexes and the British royal family have persisted. Determined to reveal their truth, the couple worked hard to prove it That they are not the villains of the story. Harry dealt the final blow by publishing his memoirs, in which he did not hesitate to reveal embarrassing files on his father, King Charles III, and his brother, William, whom he considered “prisoners of the monarchy”. Furious Kate Middleton's husband now refuses to speak to Harry.

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An express return trip to receive news of Charles III

Sorry for all these scenes, Charles III, for his part, tries to maintain the unity of a relationship. Of course he invited his youngest son to his coronation last May. Of course he went to his father's bedside when he learned that he had recently been diagnosed with a form of cancer. This Tuesday, February 6, 2024, Prince Harry actually made a surprise (and lightning) appearance in the United Kingdom. to see the 75-year-old monarch after the shock announcement of his illness. After an interview that lasted just 45 minutes, the Duke of Sussex – who arrived without his wife Meghan Markle and their two children – left for home the next day.

Prince Harry is returning to England soon for a special reason

Some saw signs of peace between the two, while others feared the king's health was more dire than many believed. No details of the exchange at Clarence House have been released, but the British press reports that Prince Harry will soon return to the United Kingdom and for a specific reason. In May, the Invictus Games will celebrate their tenth anniversary – William's brother is an event he can't miss as he makes an appearance at this sporting event for players and players.

On this occasion, A mass will be held at St Paul's Cathedral in London in May and Harry is expected there. “Harry has made it clear that he is not opposed to the Invictus Games returning to England We know his plan still has royal supportIs mentioned in times. “It was the right time and the right placeMinister responsible for veterans added. The greatest power of healing is always sports, Invictus and The Duke of Sussex led the way in creating games ten years ago.Let's see if this grand feat of uniting the entire family will succeed.

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