• Harry and Meghan's royal future is discussed
  • The couple considered an asset to royal family
  • Harry and Meghan may not both want to come back

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle may have very different opinions about a potential return to the U.K. once the queen has died! As the Daily Mail shares, Vanity Fair's former editor Tina Brown recently discussed what could be in store for Harry and Meghan's future after the monarch's final days.

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Harry and Meghan sent shockwaves through the world in 2020 when they announced that they would be stepping back as senior members of the royal family. The couple currently live in California with their son Archie and daughter Lilibet, but would they ever consider a move back to England? Brown, who has written several books about the royal family, voiced her opinion on the topic, explaining why Harry and Meghan may feel differently.

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"I think that Harry is going to want to come back when the Queen dies to serve his country," she stated, expressing her belief that the royal family could "find a way to reel him in." But while Harry may want to split time between countries, Meghan is unlikely to share the same sentiment. "I don’t see Meghan ever wanting to go back," Brown shared, claiming that the Duchess of Sussex "disliked England." In fact, Meghan only just returned to the U.K. with Harry earlier this month for the first time, as the couple met with the queen and Prince Charles.

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Harry and Meghan may or may not go back to their former home across the pond in the future, but if they do, this would greatly benefit the British royals! Brown mentioned that there has been "a Harry-shaped hole in the royal family" since he and Meghan left. It has also been previously reported that the couple could possibly attend the Queen's Platinum Jubilee and be present on the balcony, which Brown thinks is a good idea. "They need Harry and Meghan to bring that star power," she explained.