Members of the public in the London area of Kensington were asked by Express.co.uk if they thought Prince Harry should be allowed to return to royal life, if he, at any point, desired to. The majority expressed their approval of a royal return for the Duke of Sussex, who announced his and Meghan Markle’s departure two years ago.
Saskia, an 18-year-old student, claimed that the Duke has a right to return due to the fact he is “part of the family”.
She added: “He grew up in that, that was his life and his childhood.
“I understand that it was a big choice to leave, and I can absolutely see why some people would say no but I think if he’s grown up with it then he should probably be able to go back if he chose to.”
Council worker Sam, 45, said: “I find it weird for someone to say ‘can I be part of a family or not’, royal or otherwise.
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Prince Harry and Meghan announced their departure in January 2020, via their official Instagram account.
In their official statement, the couple declared that their decision has been made after “many months of reflection and internal discussions”.
The couple stated that they intended to “step back” as senior royals and planned to “work to become financially independent”.
They also declared that they would continue to “fully support Her Majesty The Queen”
Their final official engagement as senior royals took place in March 2020, prior to the start of the first Covid lockdown.
The couple now reside in the US, along with their two young children, three-year-old son Archie and one-year-old daughter Lilibet.