Speculations swirled that Prince Harry is "house hunting" in the UK as he misses home, while Meghan Markle isn't even considering a return.
Royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams told Express that neither Meghan is liekely to make a comeback on British land nor she will let her children settle over the british soil.
He stated, “It does seem unlikely that Meghan will be visiting Britain any time soon. The same, in the short term anyway, applies to Archie and Lili.”
While addressing the rumors around Harry splitting his time between US and UK, Fitzwilliams said, "I see no substance to the rumor that Harry will split his time between the United States and Britain. He has serious concerns about security and still has a case pending against the Home Office regarding this which is awaiting trial.”
"It is obviously important that there is an arrangement, probably, though not necessarily with the Royal Family, which gives him a secure permanent base which he can use when he does visit Britain." added the royal expert.
The late Queen Elizabeth gave the Frogmore Cottage to the Duke and Duchess of Sussexes after their marriage in 2018.
The couple used their UK home until King Charles asked them to leave it after Harry’s memoir Spare got published earlier this year.
Recently, Harry was in the UK for court hearings regarding his privacy case, following a brief stop at his father King Charles' coronation, as well as for an appearance at the WellChild Awards.
Meghan did not accompany him in any of these events as she stayed back in Montecito with Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet.