Kate Middleton and William have a plan to bring home Harry, who has long been in the US with Meghan Markle
Kate Middleton at Buckingham Palace with the tailored dress
William and Kate Middleton have a plan to bring Harry back to London, away from Meghan Markle. After the Megxit, the Sussexes moved to the United States and Lady Diana's second son never returned home. An absence that continues to weigh on the members of the Royal Family and especially for the Dukes of Cambridge. Several times in recent months the Queen has invited her nephew to Bukingham Palace, in the hope of seeing little Archie again, but the Suits actress and her husband have always refused.
The couple moved to a California mansion where they are already planning to spend the Christmas holidays. Precisely for this reason, according to Express, William and Kate would have developed a plan to force Harry to return to England. Such as? Taking advantage of the bond of Diana and Charles's second son with General Sir Richard Dannatt. In fact, Harry has many friends in the army and has always been committed to helping and supporting war veterans through numerous initiatives.
Away from Great Britain, however, he would have lost sight of all his projects, forgetting the friends he left behind in London. “He makes his choices, but we miss him – revealed General Dannatt -. I hope that circumstances can change and that he will come back to take on more traditional real tasks […] Harry and Meghan are very involved in other things and this is their choice of life and I don't criticize them for it ”.
Words behind which Kate Middleton and William would hide, determined more than ever to bring Harry back home. Indeed, the Dukes of Cambridge know very well that the prince is deeply attached to his friends in the army and Dannatt's statements could prompt him to reassess a return to London. On the other hand, at least according to what American sources reveal, Harry would never have settled completely in the United States. Despite his love for Meghan Markle, he would never be able to find a dimension of his own, as had happened thanks to his initiatives for veterans. Leaving friends would cost William's brother a lot, who would now feel homesick and could soon return to Elizabeth's Court.