• Prince Harry is thinking of family more these days
  • King Charles' cancer saw him make a quick trip back to the UK
  • Royal experts believe he may be thinking of returning for good

The Duke of Sussex reportedly yearns for his royal roots, a life he left behind when he and Meghan Markle, his actress-turned-duchess wife, bid adieu to their senior royal roles. But with family ties pulling him back and the allure of American citizenship on the horizon, Harry's heart seems caught between two worlds.

Could a return be feasible now?

Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex, is said to be growing weary of his sunny California lifestyle, according to author Tom Quinn. The royal transplant, alongside Meghan Markle, and their adorable offspring, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet, made the monumental move from London to Montecito in January 2020.

But it seems the glitter of Tinseltown can't outshine Harry's royal roots.

Quinn spills the tea, claiming Harry is "very bored" and "misses being a working royal." The author suggests that Harry's identity is intertwined with his royal duties, and without them, he's like a prince without a kingdom.

"Being a royal is the only thing he is trained to do," Quinn reveals, hinting at Harry's struggle to redefine his purpose.

Family First: A Royal Reunion Amidst Crisis

When King Charles faced his cancer battle, Harry didn't hesitate to cross the pond for a heartfelt family visit. The news of his father's illness reportedly left Harry "visibly shocked and upset," a poignant reminder of the fragility of life and the importance of family ties.

Harry's interview with 'Good Morning America' teased the possibility of American citizenship, but with a heavy heart, he admitted it's not a top priority.

Should he embrace the stars and stripes, he might have to relinquish his royal titles, a sacrifice that could sever his last formal tie to the monarchy.

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The royal family's trust in Harry has waned, and Meghan's firm stance against a part-time royal life further complicates matters.

Quinn asserts, "There is far too much bad blood now for it to be even a remote possibility," painting a picture of a bridge burned too deeply for easy repair.