It’s been almost two years since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle parted ways with the Royal Family.
Having married in 2018, the newlyweds stepped down as working members of the monarchy in 2020 and moved stateside to a multi-million pound mansion in Montecito.
From their explosive Oprah interview to Harry’s bare-all memoir hitting shelves soon, Harry has defended Meghan every step of the way.
One expert says there’s nothing the prince won’t do for his bride.
Speaking to the To Di For Daily podcast, royal author Tom Quinn revealed: “I think he’s just madly in love with Meghan and wants to make her happy.”
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Harry’s been a firm protector of wife Meghan through almost four years of turmoil and accusations between the couple, the palace and the media.
At Hollywood’s Images Awards ceremony on Saturday – where they were honoured for their ‘distinguished public service’ – Harry revealed that he and Meghan were “brought together for a reason.”
The Prince announced: “We share a commitment to a life of service, a responsibility to combat injustice and a belief that the most often overlooked are the most important to listen to.”
Due to an ongoing dispute of security, Harry and Meghan are unlikely to return to Britain for Prince Philip's upcoming memorial.
But, according to Tom – author of Kensington Palace: An Intimate Memoir from Queen Mary to Meghan Markle – the pair may have plans to step back behind palace walls in the future.
During the To Di For Daily podcast, Tom shared an insider’s knowledge of the Sussexes' hopes to be ‘part-time royals’ when Charles becomes King.
“When Charles is King, they may be able to come back and be the part-time royals that they really wanted to be,” he suggested.
It’s a move that the Queen will not permit at present. But apparently, according to Tom, the Prince of Wales may give them a chance to return to The Firm.
Tom added: “I think Meghan and Harry are hoping that Charles, Harry's father after all, will be more of a moderniser and will say to them, ‘okay, if you want to be part-time royals, that’s fine’.”
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Since moving to America, Harry and Meghan have signed lucrative deals with the likes of Netflix and Spotify.
The royals have been largely absent from the Sussexes’ lives, but close cousin Princess Eugenie popped by on her holidays – and even met baby Lilibet!
Meanwhile, despite the ongoing rift between Harry and Prince William, there are signs the Duke of Cambridge is ready to forgive and forget.
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