Prince Harry will eventually return to royal fold as he'll find life away from family 'tough', says insider

'I don't think they'll stay there forever. I think they'll be coming back more and more,' says Royal Photographer Arthur Edwards


                            Prince Harry will eventually return to royal fold as he'll find life away from family 'tough', says insider
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Royal Photographer Arthur Edwards recently predicted that Megxit was a temporary arrangement for Harry and Meghan Markle and that they would soon rejoin the royal family after the Duke of Sussex starts missing it. 

Speaking to the Sun, Edwards, who claimed to have spent a considerable amount of time with Princess Diana's younger son and watched him grow up, said during the on-camera interview that he did not believe that the 35-year-old, who had nothing short of utmost respect for his grandmother - the Queen - really thought through the aftermath of quitting the monarchy. 

"I hope after a year he rethinks and comes back and rejoins the firm because he's a boy who's never had to worry about parking his car, he's never had to worry about sorting out his tax return or his insurances. All this is going to be new to him... He's going to find life, as most of us do, pretty tough. When, after he's 35 years of age and he never had to do anything like that. He might wish that he'd never gone down that road, who knows?" the photographer said. 

He added that there was a good chance that Harry, whom Edwards called an "outstanding member of the royal family," would grow homesick and would want to make his way back to his homeland.

Prince Harry and Meghan pose with their newborn son Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor during a photocall in St George's Hall at Windsor Castle on May 8, 2019 in Windsor, England
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"I don't think they'll stay there forever. I think they'll be coming back more and more. I think Harry will miss it... I think he will miss this life with a family. I mean, America's great, Canada's great, but it's not as great as here (UK). He knows that and I think he'll be back. So I don't think that problem is going to be long term," he said. 

He further said that Megxit did not put a dent in the love that the Queen had for her grandson and that was why she had factored in the possibility of Harry returning to England as and when he wanted to in the future. 

"I think the fact that the queen let them do everything and keep Frogmore Cottage, come and go when they want, and left a door open for them to return to the royal family after a year tells you everything you want to know about the relationship that the Queen has with Harry," he added. 

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