Prince Harry has an “uncertain future” and should find a way to be “comfortable” with his life in California, a royal expert has claimed.
Speculation has been rife over the whether the Sussexes will join the rest of the Royal Family for Christmas this year, but documentarian Nick Bullen has said they should get used to life outside of the UK.
True Royalty TV co-founder Mr Bullen, who has worked with King Charles in the past, told Fox News Digital that he believed “Harry has an uncertain future currently”.
He added that the life Prince Harry was building in the United States, with his multi-million pound collaborations with Netflix and the release of the bombshell book Spare, were his choice.
Mr Bullen said: “I think that’s what he chose. And I think he’s going to have to find a way of being comfortable in that California life, which is why I think he’ll focus more and more on Invictus.
“His Invictus Games are very important. I think you’ll see him be more and more involved in that in the coming years. Because if you look around, is there another area that he has a significant stake in? I’m not aware of it.”
It’s reported the latest book Endgame from royal author Omid Scobie, who is understood to be close to the Sussexes, has caused further tensions with the rest of the Royal Family.
Mr Bullen continued said Prince William had taken “ownership” of big environmental projects like the “Tusk Trust” and the “Earthshot Prize”
He said: “All of the Duchy of Cornwall businesses now sit under Prince William. The king has his role as king. So what has Harry got? I think the answer is not a lot apart from, of course, his family and his children and his new life in California.”
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