Prince Harry speaks in an interview about his charitable work – and reveals between the lines how he thinks about a return to England.
Prince Harry, 36, and Duchess Meghan, 39, may have turned their backs on the British royal family, but Queen Elizabeth, 94, left a back door open for them: A one-year review phase was agreed with effect from April 1, 2020, after which the key figures of the Windsor family – the Queen, Prince Charles, 71, and Prince William, 38 – reunite with Harry and Meghan. Then it is discussed: What went well, what went bad after the Megxit? Court reporters see the agreement as an attempt, or rather hope, of the Queen that her grandson and his wife return to the palace. However, the latest statements and decisions by Harry and Meghan give the impression that the direction is clear: forward, not back to England.
Prince Harry can do without the other royals
In an interview with the Evening Standard published on October 1, Harry was asked whether he had found it difficult in recent months not being able to travel to England to help the local people in the corona pandemic. An understandable question, because in his role as Senior Royal Harry – together with his families – worked for the common good for years. The 36-year-old makes it clear that he can cope well with the distance to his country of birth.
Everything was recorded on video, everything was in one room, somewhere. It doesn’t really matter where in the world we were, we stayed in contact with the organizations and supported them as much as possible.
Meghan adds: “Everyone has got used to what it means to distance oneself (…). We all had to adjust to how we can achieve the greatest possible impact in the context of the developments at Covid-19. As you all give we do our best and hope that our passion and commitment can still be felt (…). ” The Duchess also declares that she is enjoying life with Harry and Archie in America. “We’re fine. [Archie] is so great. We are very lucky with our little one. He’s just so active, he’s everywhere. He keeps us busy. We’re just so lucky “. Meghan, Archie and Harry seem to have arrived. A strong sign that the Queen’s hope for a return of the three Sussexes will not come true.
Source used: standard.co.uk