‘Homesick’ Harry is committed to his ‘fabulous new life’ in US more than ever

Royal insider believes that Prince Harry is now “more committed than ever” to his and his family's life in America.

According to The Express, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex renewed their wedding vows in an intimate ceremony in the states.

The romantic gesture has left one source claiming that there is "no way" Harry would return to the UK for good, no matter how homesick he is "from time to time".

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The unnamed source told Heat magazine: “The Sussexes are more committed to their long-term future in America than ever.

"Even if Harry does get homesick from time to time, there’s no way he’d want to give up this fabulous new life anytime soon.

"He’s got the family he always dreamed of, a job that gives him financial security, as well as the opportunity to ‘serve’ in a manner he sees fit, plus he has this incredible chance to broaden his horizons with his soulmate,” says the source."

The claims follow after it was confirmed that Meghan and Harry will return to the UK next month.

Although the visit has been branded an "unnecessary and provocative distraction" by a royal expert as it will pull focus from the Queen during an important time.

Royal commentator Jonathan Sacerdoti said: "Much of the British public is disappointed with how they have conducted themselves since they left, so their upcoming visit might be a mistake.

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"The Royal Family normally works hard to coordinate the public events of each individual Royal so they don’t clash with one another.

"But Harry and Megan‘s visit will take place during the exact week that the Queen returns to London to officially meet with the country’s new prime minister. That’s an unnecessary and provocative distraction."

Claims also suggest that Meghan and Harry will 'not reunite' with Kate and Prince William when they return to the UK for a jam-packed schedule of visits next month.

US commentator Kinsey Schofield said the Sussexes' return to Britain was instead “rival royal engagements executed by retired senior members of the Royal Family” and not a chance to heal rifts with the Cambridges.

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