PRINCE Harry and Meghan Markle will return to the UK to continue their charitable work, the author of Finding Freedom said today.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex left the Royal Family this year – the sticks of the UK to start their new life in the US.
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And while Finding Freedom biographer Omid Scobie said today that the couple are unlikely to return to the royal family, he said they would start “to undertake trips to the UK, both privately and professionally ”when coronavirus restrictions were lifted.
Speaking to Royal Central, the reporter said: “Harry and Meghan have made it clear that their work in the UK, including their royal patronages, will continue.
“Although their base is in the United States, I think once the travel restrictions are eased we will again see them moving and undertaking trips to the UK, both privately and professionally.
“After all, they’re a couple who love to go out and be active on the pitch. Additionally, much of the work they’ve already started, including all four of Meghan’s patronages, is happening right here on UK soil.
Meghan, 39, accepted four patronages – including two from the Queen – when she married into the royal family and retained the roles despite resigning from cabinet.
Meanwhile, Harry, 35, continued to work with his Sentenable charities with the couple, also focusing on their nonprofit Archewell.
But Mr Scobie insisted the couple had established a “permanent family base in California”.
He added: “The UK will always be important to them, but I don’t think we’ll ever see that happen again as members of the royal family. ”
The Queen previously released a statement after finalizing details of the couple leaving the company – dubbed Megxit.
And it has been claimed that the 94-year-old monarch made it clear to the couple that they can return at any time.
Biography Finding Freedom, which has listed a series of explosive behind-the-scenes allegations as it describes Meghan and Harry’s decision to leave the royal family, also alleged that the 35-year-old prince was “tired” that the dresser of Queen Angela Kelly had not set a date for his future wife’s hair trial with the Queen Mary’s Diamond Headband.
And author Omid Scobie said in an interview: “Harry had to intervene.
“He called his grandmother and said, ‘I don’t know what’s going on. But this woman has to do this work for my future wife ”. ”
But a source told The Telegraph today that the suggestion that Harry was “screaming” at his grandmother the Queen was “totally untrue”.
They added: “The suggestion that the Duke ‘yelled’ at his grandmother is totally false and completely ridiculous, as is the suggestion that he said ‘what the heck’. ”
This is the first time that a Sussex source has refuted the claims of the author of the biography.
Scobie conducted a series of interviews after the explosive biography was published, detailing how the couple’s relationship with Prince William and Kate Middleton struggled yesterday.
Meanwhile, it was claimed that tensions were on fire because Meghan accused Kate of not supporting her in the ‘dark days’ of her pregnancy.
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Additionally, Prince William was furious with Harry and Meghan for “damaging the reputation of the Royal Family” by posting their Megxit plan online.
In a new interview that will air worldwide on True Royalty TV, Mr Scobie told presenter Kate Thornton about the silence between the brothers since Megxit.
He said: “The brothers hadn’t spoken since around the time of the Sandringham summit. They had not seen each other. It’s really going to take a while to heal.