Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Returning to the U.K. Could "Cause a Lot of Turmoil," Commentator Says

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The Queen's passing in September undoubtedly shifted the status quo among the Royal Family. Prince Harry and Meghan's Markle place within the Firm seems more uncertain than ever these days, as conflicting reports continue to emerge about their relationship with U.K.-based royals.

We can probably assume we'll be seeing more of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in England in the coming months, especially at King Charles III's coronation in May.

"With the passing of the Queen, there is no doubt that family dynamics have changed and I am sure Harry’s Father, King Charles, would want him at his upcoming Coronation at least," relationship coach Christiana Maxion told the Daily Star.

Of course there is still filial love there, but Maxion also believes that disagreements will be "inevitable" between members of the family.

"Harry's return could cause a lot of turmoil in the family, but his bond with Meghan could strengthen in a possible 'us against the world' fashion, which always leads to more exclusion and battle," the expert explained.

She added that she believes a permanent Sussex return to the U.K. will be "out of the equation" if Prince Harry's memoir ends up being published despite all the noise around it.

If they did decide to move back to the duke's home country, a lot would need to be agreed on for everyone to be happy with the arrangement.

"Negotiations and compromises are inevitable. I have never seen Meghan as much of an Anglophile, and her experience so far has not been positive, let's be honest," Maxion added.

"The things we do for love play a huge part in these milestone decisions for any couple, and it is the strength between themselves as partners, with compromise on both sides, and being clear on each other's wants and needs that is necessary for a solid start."

A start's a start!

Iris Goldsztajn
Morning Editor

Iris Goldsztajn is a London-based journalist, editor and author. She is the morning editor at Marie Claire, and her work has appeared in the likes of InStyle, Cosmopolitan, Bustle and Shape. Iris writes about everything from celebrity news and relationship advice to the pitfalls of diet culture and the joys of exercise. She has many opinions on Harry Styles, and can typically be found eating her body weight in cheap chocolate.