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If Meghan Markle wants to go back to the UK, Prince Harry must meet a “major condition

Meghan Markle has one 'major condition for Prince Harry' if she’s to return to the UK four years after the pair moved to the United States, a royal expert claims

Meghan Markle has one “major condition” for Prince Harry if she’s to return to the UK, a royal expert claims.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex got married in 2018 and resided in England until 2020. The couple then decided to step down from their roles as senior working royals before moving from their home in Windsor to a mansion in California, America.

Since moving across the pond, the couple has rarely returned to the United Kingdom, and Meghan was last seen at the late Queen’s funeral in 2022. And now it has been claimed that Meghan is only prepared to come back to the UK if she and Harry have a place of their own to stay, and if they have the appropriate security.

Royal author and expert Tom Quinn has spoken exclusively to The Mirror: “Meghan has said she’s only prepared to return to England if she and Harry have a place of their own and the security they both feel is essential. Meghan will never return to the UK and stay with her husband‘s relatives.

Harry has had a hard time introducing Meghan to his mates

Harry and Meghan stepped down from their senior roles in 2020

“If the couple manage to find a permanent home and sort out the security issue they will certainly want to bring their children to the UK but it’s going to take a lot of diplomacy to get to the point where Archie and Lili are able to develop a genuine and warm relationship with their cousins George, Charlotte and Louis.”

This comes after Harry won the right to take his case to the Appeal Court against the High Court’s decision that the level of protection he and his family receive in Britain is reasonable. The Sussexes lost full taxpayer-funded police protection when they stepped down as senior working royals back in 2020. And just last June, the couple were also evicted from Frogmore Cottage, leaving them without residence in the United Kingdom.

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