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Prince Harry ‘will regret’ new decision as King Charles makes heartfelt plea for Archie and Lilibet

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Prince Harry 'will regret' new decision as King Charles makes heartfelt plea for Archie and Lilibet

An expert claims that Prince Harry will regret abandoning his friends for his new life with Meghan Markle. Harry moved to the US with Meghan, leaving behind his family, his role as a working royal and a lifetime of friendships. He is now forging new connections and living a more glamorous lifestyle, but according to a royal expert, he will eventually regret losing his previous relationships despite the new ones he has formed.

These statements arise as sources reveal that King Charles has committed to building a relationship with Prince Harry’s children and wants to be present in their lives. The monarch, who has been undergoing cancer treatment since February, has told his friends that he is not content to see them only through video calls. He has met five-year-old Archie only a handful of times, and two-year-old Lilibet once.

writing in the Daily Mail Richard Eden said: “When Prince Harry began introducing his new girlfriend, Meghan Markle, to his closest friends in 2017, not everyone was sympathetic to the American actress.

“Harry’s friends, after all, tend to be rural sports enthusiasts with an earthy sense of humor, while Meghan is a politically correct Californian who practices yoga when she’s not drinking green smoothies or nibbling on avocado on toast.” added: “No matter how many new showbiz friends Harry makes in California, there may come a time when he regrets losing touch with his old friends.”

King Charles’ decision to step up his efforts to become more involved in his grandchildren’s lives was highlighted when it was revealed that he sent Lili a “heartfelt gift and card” for her birthday earlier this month. The monarch’s dedication underscores his desire to bridge the gap created by Harry and Meghan’s move to the United States and ensure that his grandchildren grow up with a strong connection to his royal heritage.

As Harry continues to navigate his new life, the expert’s comments reflect concerns about the long-term impact of his decisions on his personal relationships and his connection to his roots. While he and Meghan have embraced their new surroundings and opportunities, the ties to their past and the relationships they left behind may be a source of regret in the future.

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