Prince Harry 'petrified of losing Meghan Markle' as 'angry and lonely' duke tipped for UK return

Prince Harry 'petrified of losing Meghan Markle' as 'angry and lonely' duke tipped for UK return

WATCH NOW: Prince Harry predicted to return to the UK 'without Meghan Markle'

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Georgia Pearce

By Georgia Pearce

Published: 10/07/2024

- 09:11

Royal author Hugo Vickers claimed Prince Harry will 'return to the UK permanently' without Meghan Markle

Prince Harry will "return to the UK permanently" without wife Meghan Markle as he feels "angry and lonely" in America, it has been claimed.

Royal author Hugo Vickers has suggested that the Duke of Sussex will make the return to his homeland "solo" and that King Charles will "hold the door open for him".

When asked by The Sun where he sees Prince Harry in 20 years, Vickers said: "I think he’ll come home - and if he comes home, we must be very nice to him, because he won’t particularly want to. He’s quite angry.

"I personally think that he looks like he’s petrified of losing her [Meghan] and looks slightly petrified of her."

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

Prince Harry is 'eyeing up a UK return' as he feels 'lonely' in America, new reports claim


Discussing the remarks on GB News, royal commentator Kinsey Schofield said Harry would "not leave his children in California", but agreed with Vickers that possibly in 20 years, Prince Harry will make his return to royal life.

Schofield explained: "Hugo Vickers said Harry could come back in 20 years, which I think it would be. Prince Harry is not going to leave his children alone in the United States of America, there is no way."

Sharing her thoughts on Prince Harry's possible UK return, host Isabel Webster said the Duke has had a "culture shock" in stepping back from senior royal life to be with Meghan in the US.

Isabel said: "I can only imagine the culture shock that Prince Harry has faced arriving there. This is a kid that has grown up in castles, went to Eton College, holidayed across British country estates... It is plausible that he could be very lonely."

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

Prince Harry is 'petrified' of losing Meghan Markle, royal author Hugo Vickers has claimed


Schofield agreed with Isabel, noting that before the move his life was "handed to him", and now he has "had to learn how to pay the phone bill".


Schofield told GB News: "If you think about Prince Harry's life four years ago, his schedule was handed to him, somebody else was managing his day, somebody else was managing his money.

"And now he goes to bed every night with his head on the pillow, worrying about how he's going to pay the mortgage, how he's going to pay for security and his incredible PR team."

Schofield was then asked by host Eamonn Holmes if Meghan Markle "is the problem" for Prince Harry, to which she admitted: "I think that she has created a lot of roadblocks."

Eamonn fumed: "She calls the shots, it's quite obvious. It's where her career is going what she is interested in, who she wants around her - it's all about her!"

Kinsey Schofield

Kinsey Schofield says Prince Harry may 'return to the UK with his tail between his legs'

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In agreement with Eamonn, Schofield offered an example to "support his point": "Prince Harry has always shied away from cameras, microphones and attention. The Hollywood Flashbulbs are not necessarily his desire, but Meghan is actively pursuing that.

"She's got a brand new cooking show coming out on Netflix, we believe within this Netflix cooking show launch, we're also going to see the official launch of American Riviera Orchard. The only way to have a successful launch in Hollywood is media, media, media.

"She's going to have to put herself out there. And those are the types of things Prince Harry dreads, avoids - I doubt he enjoys that aspect."

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