Prince Harry may one day permanently return to the United Kingdom, but royal experts suggest this move will only happen after his children, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet, are adults and can travel freely with him. Prominent royal biographer Hugo Vickers recently shared his thoughts with The Sun, predicting that the Duke of Sussex will eventually "come home" without his wife, Meghan Markle.

"I think [Harry will] come home. If he comes home, we must be very nice to him because he won't particularly want to. He's quite angry, I think," Vickers told The Sun. He added, "I personally think that he looks like he's petrified of losing her [Meghan] and looks slightly petrified of her." Vickers co-wrote Prince Edward, the Duke of Kent's 2022 memoir, "A Royal Life," providing him with a deep understanding of royal dynamics.

This prediction has received support from other royal commentators. Kinsey Schofield, during an appearance on GB News, agreed with Vickers' suggestion that Prince Harry will likely return to the UK alone and on a permanent basis someday. However, she emphasized that this scenario is not imminent. Schofield noted that Prince Harry would never leave his children, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet, while they are still young. "It would be in 20 years. Prince Harry is not going to leave his children alone in the United States of America. There is no way," Schofield told GB News hosts Isabel Webster and Eamonn Holmes.

Webster suggested that Prince Harry might eventually return to the UK due to feelings of loneliness in the US, away from his family and friends, and difficulties in adapting to the culture there. Schofield concurred, adding that Prince Harry now has to manage responsibilities that his royal staff previously handled for him. Before stepping back from royal duties, Prince Harry had people creating his schedule, managing his day, and handling his finances. "Now, he goes to bed every night with his head on the pillow, worrying about how he's going to pay the mortgage, how he's going to pay for security and his incredible PR team," Schofield claimed.

Since stepping back as a working royal, Prince Harry has made several brief visits to the UK. His most recent visit was in May, when he attended the thanksgiving service for the 10th anniversary of the Invictus Games Foundation in London. Despite these visits, there is ongoing speculation about his life in the US. Earlier this year, Prince Harry expressed his contentment with his life in America. "It's amazing," he told ABC News' Will Reeve in February. "I love every single day."

In April, it was revealed that Prince Harry had officially moved his primary residence out of the UK, establishing the US as his home. This move marked a significant shift in his long-term plans, yet the speculation about a future return to the UK persists.

Vickers' and Schofield's comments highlight the complex and evolving nature of Prince Harry's life decisions. The potential for a return to the UK is seen as a long-term possibility, influenced by the growth and independence of his children. As the royal family and the public continue to observe Prince Harry's journey, his decisions will likely remain a topic of intense interest and discussion.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's departure from royal duties and subsequent relocation to California have been significant events in recent royal history. Their decisions have prompted widespread media coverage and public debate. The couple's activities, including their media ventures and public appearances, continue to generate headlines and shape public perception.