Prince Harry ‘loathes fame’ – but his new life is ‘very similar’ to before, says Royal expert

Prince Harry is reportedly taking legal action after saying it is unsafe for him and his family to return to the UK without security – and a Royal expert has now revealed how while Harry has shunned his Royal role, his life hasn't changed that much.

The government removed Harry and Meghan's UK police security following their decision to relocate to the States.

Prince Charles has since offered Harry an "olive branch" by inviting him to stay with him on his next UK visit after he claimed it wouldn't be safe to return without royal protection.

And while Harry, 37, initially quit his royal duties with Meghan, 40, and left the UK for a more "private life", royal expert Duncan Larcombe tells OK! the Duke of Sussex has exactly the same life – he just doesn't speak to any of his family.

"This is Harry swapping one life for another that's very similar but you don't speak to anybody in your entire family," he told us.

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"Harry never needed money, he's never worried about money. He's always been a millionaire from a billionaire family."

Duncan continued: "He doesn't need fame, he loathes it, that's one thing everybody knows because he's told us so many times and it's written all over his face."

The royal author went on to speak about how Harry's wishes to have a private life in America has resulted in the exact opposite.

"I think what concerns Harry's friends that have known him growing up is the fact that Harry and Meghan were escaping," he shared.

"We were told they were going for a more private life away from the bind of the ceremony and what comes with royal life.

"But what Harry has got out of America because they are effectively carrying on as though they are a royal couple in all but name."

He continued: "They are attending events, supporting causes, putting out podcasts, writing books, travelling across the United States.

"Harry will visit Europe and the Netherlands in April for the Invictus Games, they're like statesmen with no state."

Duncan then added that Harry taking legal action means he had some matter of hope to return to the UK.

But he is saying that if he and his loved ones aren't protected by security, he won't dare to take that risk.

"We can read into this that plans are being drawn up," Duncan adds.

"This isn't Harry pushing for police protection on the off chance that they all come to Britain, this is clearly part of a plan that they have now to return, not necessarily permanently, but for the first time since they left as a family."

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