King Charles 'leaves door open for Harry' despite Meghan Markle's unpredictability

King Charles 'leaves door open for Harry' despite Meghan Markle's unpredictability
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Georgia Pearce

By Georgia Pearce

Published: 05/12/2023

- 15:46

Angela Levin claimed it would be 'very hard' for Prince Harry to get the nation to like him again

Royal biographer Angela Levin has revealed that there could be an "open door" for Prince Harry, amid calls for his royal titles to be stripped.

The new bill comes following the publication of Omid Scobie's second royal biography Endgame, in which several new claims and allegations were made against the Royal Family.

Conservative MP Bob Seely urged the House of Commons to consider the “nuclear option” of denying the couple their Duke and Duchess titles, amid the most controversial claim made in the book.

In Scobie's book, it is claimed that "two members of the royal household" sparked conversations about the "skin colour of Prince Archie" before he was born.

King Charles

King Charles has had troubled relations with Prince Harry since he left the Royal Family in 2020


The revelations made in the Dutch translated publication of the book also featured two royal names, which has sparked widespread backlash against the author.

Speaking to ITV's This Morning, Scobie denied ever writing the alleged names in his manuscripts.

Scobie claimed: "I had never submitted a book that had their names in it. So I can only talk about my version."

Today, Prince Harry is set to appear in the High Court in the UK, as his battle over security continues following an appeal.

Reacting to the calls for the new legislation, Angela Levin told GB News: "It's not going to work anyway because as you know, there's only 20 people who can give an idea that they would like to take through.

"But he's not in that, so there's not really any time to do it. I don't think everybody's going to vote for that.

"It seems very old fashioned thing to do, and I don't think that King Charles will have anything to do with it either. I think he's in a terrible position, but I think like a lot of parents who have wayward children, you love the child but you hate what they're doing.

"And I think because Meghan is so dramatic and unpredictable and he is so crushed, that actually the door is always open for him to come back."

Angela Levin

Angela Levin says King Charles will 'leave the door open' for Prince Harry

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GB News presenter Jacob Rees-Mogg responded Levin's comments, highlighting: "That's probably true of the country at large, isn't it?

"That if he were to come back, it would be like the prodigal son and that the country would go out to welcome him, as long as he came back in the way the prodigal son did, with humility and asking the nation to take him back into their arms."

Levin disagreed with Jacob, claiming: "I think it would be very hard for him to get the nation to like him. I think because of what he said about his father, the lies he's told, I think he's remembered everything from a small age. William got one more sausage than him and he's very annoyed about it.

"But you know, all those tiny little things that annoyed him have grown enormously over time. And I think he won't be able to change back into the lovely Harry."

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