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Prince Harry ‘Petrified’ of Losing Wife Meghan Markle, Says Royal Expert

Prince Harry is reportedly ‘petrified’ of losing his wife Meghan Markle, according to royal expert Hugo Vickers. In a recent interview on The Sun’s Royal Exclusive internet show, Vickers delved into the couple’s future and shared some startling predictions.

Speaking to Newsweek, Vickers elaborated on the deep concerns Prince Harry harbors about his marriage. The royal author also reflected on the challenges and uncertainties surrounding Meghan and Harry’s life in the United States.

Vickers said about Prince Harry, “If you’re taking things out of life, at the risk of getting a lot of hate mail, I personally think that he looks like he’s petrified of losing her [Meghan] and looks slightly petrified of her.”

When he was asked where he thought Meghan and Harry would be in 20 years’ time? Hugo gestured by splitting his hands in separate directions and responding: “I think he’ll come home.” The royal expert said, “I think he’ll come home and if he comes home we must be very nice to him because he won’t particularly want to.” He said Prince Harry is “quite angry I think.”

“Hugo Vickers has claimed that Harry is deeply worried about the potential of losing Meghan,” the report noted. The couple, who stepped back from royal duties in 2020 and relocated to California, have been navigating a new chapter away from the royal spotlight. Despite their high-profile projects and public appearances, speculation about their personal lives continues to swirl.

Vickers also issued a bold warning regarding Harry’s future, suggesting that the Duke of Sussex might one day return to the UK for good—without Meghan. “Prince Harry will one day permanently return to the UK, but will do so without his wife, Meghan Markle,” the expert predicted. This assertion has sparked considerable debate among royal watchers and the public alike.

The possibility of Harry returning to the UK alone raises questions about the long-term viability of their current path and the pressures they face both as a couple and individually. Vickers’ comments highlight the ongoing tensions and the potential for significant changes in their relationship dynamics.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s departure from royal life has been marked by a mix of public scrutiny and personal revelations. Their high-profile interviews, projects, and advocacy work have kept them in the headlines, but have also exposed them to intense criticism and speculation.

As Vickers’ predictions circulate, they add another layer to the complex narrative of the Sussexes. The suggestion that Harry might return to his roots in the UK without Meghan brings attention to the enduring bond he shares with his homeland and the royal family, despite the current estrangement.

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