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It’s all about the titles in the Sussex Camp

When Prince Harry and Meghan Markle left our shores for a new life in America in 2020, they told us it was so they could ‘not just survive but thrive’.

But even though they were no longer working royals, Harry was adamant about one thing: ‘The UK is my home and a place that I love. That will never change.’

Well, that didn’t last long. Now he has registered his home as America. In an update of Companies House records filed this week, the Duke of Sussex declared the United States his ‘new country’ of residence.

But will he go further? When asked in a TV interview if he would consider becoming an American citizen, he dodged the question — almost certainly because U.S. immigration policy states ‘any applicant who has any titles of heredity or positions of nobility in any foreign state must renounce the title or the position’.

So Harry seems to be having it both ways. He wants to become a U.S. ‘resident’ but not a citizen because he needs to hold on to his and Meghan’s titles as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and bleed them for all their worth.

Without them there would never have been any multi- million pound deal with Netflix.

It’s not as if they’ve been hired for their talent.

Harry and Meghan are said to be pursuing projects away from the Royal Family such as her American Riviera Orchard jam. Yet they cling to their family connections like poison ivy.

They should have the guts to go with their convictions.

Harry should become a U.S. citizen, renounce his titles and see what it’s like in the real world being plain Harry and Meghan Windsor.


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