Prince Harry left royals 'for sake of his own family' says expert
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Henry Bonsu told Channel 5’s Jeremy Vine programme that Prince Harry prioritised his family’s future over a position within the monarchy. Mr Bonsu also backed the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s decision to be interviewed by Oprah Winfrey.
Mr Bonsu said: “It is now time for them to set the record straight and speak with their own voice from a position of strength.
“Let’s remember the reasons we think they left the country and the Royal Family was because they were not being treated properly or welcomed in the royal household.
“In the end Harry [left] probably for the sake of his marriage, and let’s remember his dad, his uncle and his aunty have all had broken marriages.
“So he probably did not want that to happen to him.
“So for the sake of his future family, he decided to leave.
The royal commentator added: He wanted to stay connected to the Royal Family but that appears not to be possible.
“I think it is right for them to do it.”
The Duke of Sussex is currently sixth in line to the throne behind his brother Prince William and his three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s son Archie is seventh in line.
On Sunday, it was announced that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are expecting their second child.
According to a royal commentator, the couple’s child will be Queen Elizabeth II’s first great-grandchild to be born abroad.
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Rhiannon Mills spoke to Sky News regarding the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s child making royal history.
Ms Mills said: “I think it is worth saying that what is going to be interesting about their new child is that this will actually be the first of the Queen’s great-grandchildren to be born abroad which is an interesting fact in itself.
“Also when you consider that Princess Eugenie has also had a baby this week which was the Queen’s ninth great-grandchild so Harry and Meghan are going to have her tenth.”
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle chose not to have their eldest child, Archie Harrison, styled as an HRH when he was born and they are expected to follow in the same path with their second-born.
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