Prince Harry and Meghan Markle may never make a permanent return to the UK because of their previous behaviour, a royal expert has claimed.
The Sussexes returned to the UK last week for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee, just the second time they have done so as a pair since leaving the Royal Family in 2020.
They kept a relatively low profile throughout the event, with some brief public appearances at Trooping the Colour and in St Paul's Cathedral.
But royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams has alleged that the pair are now "obviously outsiders" and it is "unsurprising" that they extended a lease on a UK property in Windsor.
He told the Express: "A deep rift with the Royal Family remains although a lot obviously went on behind the scenes to allow for their visit for the Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
"This follows their visiting the Queen before the Invictus Games began. It would benefit everyone if it could be healed and the Royal Family were united."
Despite the hopes of potential unity aired by Richard, he remarked that the Sussexes' behaviour was "destructive" in the past, citing that among a series of reasons as to why they will not return to the UK.
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He said: "It was only over a year ago that they carried out their last royal duties and their strained relations with the Cambridge's were on show for the Commonwealth Day Service at Westminster Abbey.
"Then came their interview on Oprah, which was so destructive and their behaviour, whilst having found freedom as they see it in California, has been unpredictable to put it mildly.
"Their relations with the Cambridge's remain distant. Their popularity ratings in Britain are dire. Harry’s memoir is supposedly due out later this year and there is a reported “fly on the wall” documentary series for Netflix, though details are unclear."
All of these reasons, Richard believes, are hurdles the Sussexes will have to overcome should they wish to return to the UK.
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