The marriage between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle has come under the speculative gaze of Chris Mullin, a former British parliamentarian and journalist, triggering a debate among royal experts. In his recent memoir, Mullin forecasts a possible divorce for the couple, prompting both agreement and dissent among commentators.

In his memoir, "Didn't You Use To Be Chris Mullin?," Mullin suggests that Markle's purported "woke Californian hang-ups" could lead to the collapse of their marriage, resulting in Prince Harry "limping home" to the UK. He also alleges that Markle is the dominant force in their relationship, with Prince Harry playing "second fiddle." However, International Business Times could not independently confirm these claims.

Mullin's statements triggered a flurry of reactions among royal experts during Monday's episode of GB News' "Dan Wootton Tonight." British columnist and Queen Camilla confidante, Petronella Wyatt, agreed with Mullin's assessment of the couple's dynamics.

Describing Prince Harry as an "archetypal old-fashioned Englishman," Wyatt asserted that the Duke of Sussex is ill-suited to the Californian lifestyle. She speculated that if the marriage were to fail, Prince Harry would be bereft of career options, family, and friends in the US.

Contrary to these predictions, Majesty Magazine's editor-in-chief and royal author, Ingrid Seward, voiced her dissent. She believes that Prince Harry would neither leave Markle nor return to the UK, even if their marriage were to end. She noted that California is the Duke's primary source of income and home to his children, making it unlikely that he would leave.

Echoing Seward, commentator Ernest Owens dismissed the divorce speculations as "rubbish," arguing that there's no evidence of trouble in the Sussexes' marriage.

Married in 2018, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, parents to Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet, stepped down from their royal duties in 2020 and relocated to California. They've since established their organization Archewell and secured lucrative deals with Spotify and Netflix.

The couple's recent public appearance at a sushi restaurant in Santa Barbara, where they were spotted smiling and dining with celebrities like Gwyneth Paltrow and Cameron Diaz, further counters the claims of marital distress. This public display of unity has led many to dismiss Mullin's predictions as mere speculation.