A royal commentator predicts that Prince Harry will make another solo visit to the United Kingdom this year. He will likely leave Meghan Markle behind in the United States, along with their two children.
The latest assertions came from expert Neil Sean, who told his audience on YouTube about the matter. He believes that the Duke of Sussex "knows too much focus" will be placed on the Duchess of Sussex, according to Express UK.
Instead of the spotlight going to the "glorious" Queen Elizabeth II, alongside the memory of the late Prince Philip, the former actress's return to his home country might get more focus from the media and public.
It remains unclear what Prince Harry and Meghan Markle plan to do in the next few months. No one from the public can confirm whether they, indeed, intend to fly back to the United Kingdom for the Platinum Jubilee celebrations of Queen Elizabeth II and memorial service for Prince Philip.
What is certain, though, is that, as per the Duke of Sussex's legal representative, the family is "unable" to return to the U.K. due to the lack of necessary police protection. This is why their camp has sought a judicial review against the Home Office's decision not to allow the royal-born Prince to pay for his own security in the country.
Following the security issues, a royal expert told The Sun that Meghan Markle now has a "very good excuse" to never fly back to her husband's home country. Mirror UK released a report on the matter, detailing what Phil Dampier had said.
The expert, also, believes that Prince Harry does not "realistically expect" to win the case. Getting the protection "reinstated would set a precedent," thus, allowing him and the Duchess of Sussex to say they cannot come to the Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
In the end, Dampier noted that, while the royal-born Prince may still fly back, "it gives Meghan a good excuse not to go with him, as well as the children.
This is not the first time experts believe that Meghan Markle will no longer return to the British Royals' turf. Earlier in 2021, Anna Pasternak told Fox News that her "speculative answer" to whether the Duchess of Sussex would still return was "no," and "not if she can help it," according to MailOnline.
It came after Prince Harry and his wife did their bombshell interview with Oprah in March 2021. The expert asserted that "Britons now feel betrayed," adding that she would no longer become a "loved and cherished member" of the British Royal Family.