Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are concerned about the potential repercussions that Donald Trump's prospective reelection could have on the residency status of the Duke of Sussex, a new report claimed.

Due to the fact that Prince Harry admitted to having used drugs in the past in his biography "Spare," which was published in 2023, his immigration status is currently at the heart of an ongoing judicial dispute.

Donald, whose lead over president Joe Biden in the campaign for the White House in 2024 has risen since their debate in June, has repeatedly attacked Prince Harry and Meghan, and he has hinted at the possibility of deporting the duke if it is discovered that he lied about his drug usage on the paperwork he submitted for his visa to enter the United States.

During an interview with the Mirror UK, royal biographer Tom Quinn stated that Prince Harry "deeply regrets" making his history of using illegal drugs public. As a result of concerns that ex-POTUS Donald could be able to have the prince's visa revoked if he is elected to a second term in office, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are said to have reportedly sought the counsel of legal professionals.

"The couple have taken legal advice because they're seriously worried that if Donald Trump wins the next election Harry's visa may be revoked. Trump has insisted that if Harry is found to have lied on his visa application about his admitted drug taking, he could be asked to leave the country," Tom told the outlet.

After that, the royal biographer went on to say that Prince Harry at first thought that this couldn't possibly happen to him because the normal rules don't apply to a royal prince. The author of "Scandals of the Royal Palaces" asserted that the former military pilot is "increasingly realizing that in the US being a prince doesn't actually count for very much."

"But one thing is for sure: Harry deeply regrets ever making his drug-taking public. It never occurred to him that this might end up threatening his whole life plan," Tom added.

During the course of his writing for the book "Spare," Prince Harry discussed his previous experiences with substances like as cocaine, cannabis, and hallucinogenic mushrooms.

The Heritage Foundation, a conservative think tank, has filed a lawsuit against the United States government after its original request to view the immigration records of Prince Harry was denied.

The think tank has stated that it is interested in determining whether or whether Prince Harry's previous drug usage, which can be a reason for the rejection of a visa application, was declared in his documentation prior to his entry into the United States.

Donald made the accusation in February, claiming that the government of President Joe Biden had protected Prince Harry and given him special privileges.

"He betrayed the Queen. That's unforgivable. He would be on his own if it was down to me," the former president told Express UK of Prince Harry.

The following month, the Republican presidential candidate stated to Nigel Farage, a host of GB News, that he would not grant any special privileges to the Duke of Sussex and that he would take "appropriate action" against Prince Harry in the event that it was discovered that he had lied about his drug use in his visa application.

"Oh, I don't know. You'll have to tell me. You just have to tell me. You would have thought they would have known this a long time ago,” Donald responded.