Prince Harry is set to return to the UK to negotiate an extension to the Megxit deal in a bid to make a more “permanent agreement”. Royal biographer Andrew Morton said the Duke and Duchess of Sussex want to return to the UK to “meet face to face to tie it all up”. He said relations had warmed since the chaotic exit last year and there were no hostile intentions on either side.
But an in-person showdown is expected – possibly around the anniversary of the couple’s exit in March.
Mr Morton told the Sun: “Things seem to have calmed down.
“Harry has been in contact with the Queen more often than you would think.
“But certain things you need to be there in person to sort.
“They will need a few weeks.
“That could be done after April, depending on COVID.
“There are no plans to kick them out or get rid of their titles.
“Harry regrets the hasty statement last January that blindsided everyone.”
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8.00 am update: Prince Harry uses a photo of Princess Diana on the new website for the Archewell Foundation.
In a statement on the website, Prince Harry said: “I am my mother’s son”. Meghan then said: “And I am our son’s mother. Together we bring you Archewell.”