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Prince Harry increasingly 'anxious' his new plan with Meghan Markle could backfire

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The Duke of Sussex made the bombshell decision to step down as a senior royal at the start of this year, which signalled the end of the life he has always known. But Prince Harry is said to have become “anxious” about his sensational Megxit decision, which he made to “protect his family”,

A senior Hollywood studio source, who is also a near-neighbour in Beverly Hills, told the Daily Express: “I get a strong sense Harry is becoming anxious about the situation they’ve found themselves in.”

Meghan and Harry are now living in LA with their son Archie Harrison after stepping away from the royal spotlight.

The royal claims come after Meghan’s estranged brother Thomas Markle Jnr said he believes Harry is homesick.

Meghan’s father is also said to be “worried” about the duchess because leaving the royal fold will only end in “heartbreak”.

Thomas Jnr, 54, said: “My father said leaving the Royal Family in the UK is the most stupid thing Meghan’s done. He is very worried about her.”

Prince Harry allegedly opened up about his Megxit agony during a hoax call earlier this year.

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But he is now said to be turning to his mother-in-law Doria, whom he “feels safe” to open up to.

A royal source added: “Harry has grown so fond of Doria he often greets her jokingly as ‘Mom’ in a really bad American accent they both laugh at.”

The Queen has always made it clear the door will always be open for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to return.

But there is said to be concerns the monarch will never see her great-grandson Archie again because the couple are not expected to travel to Balmoral to spend summer with the royals.

Royal expert Camilla Tominey said the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are unlikely to travel to Scotland from LA to spend the Summer with the the Queen and her husband Prince Philip.

Ms Tominey said it was “highly unlikely” the couple would attend.

She wrote in the Daily Telegraph: “Some are beginning to question when – or indeed if – the Queen and Prince Philip will see Archie, their youngest great-grandchild, again.

“The Cambridges plan to travel to the Scottish highlands for a weekend with ‘Granny’ next month before returning to London to resume something resembling a pre-coronavirus royal diary of engagements in September.”



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