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Prince Harry Offers to Temporarily Resume Royal Duties to Support Ailing Father, King Charles

Duke of Sussex willing to return to a part-time working royal role to share the burden with his cancer-stricken father

In a surprising turn of events, Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex, has reportedly expressed his desire to temporarily resume his royal duties to support his father, King Charles, who is currently battling cancer. The revelation comes amid speculation that Harry misses his past life and the responsibilities that come with being a working royal.

According to sources cited by The Times, Prince Harry has offered to take on a “temporary royal role” to share the burden with his ailing father. Tom Quinn, an expert on royal matters, stated, “Harry does miss being a working royal – being a royal is the only thing he is trained to do, and he is getting very bored in California.”

Quinn further explained that Harry is cognizant of the need to retain his value and the world’s interest, and offering to return temporarily highlights his commitment to his royal duties. The Duke of Sussex is reportedly open to a “part-time” working royal role, dividing his time between the United States and the United Kingdom.

However, Quinn noted that a permanent return to the UK without his wife, Meghan Markle, seems unlikely. “Harry knows he will never be allowed to be a permanent part-time working royal staying six months in the States and then six months in the UK,” Quinn remarked. He added that the family’s trust in Harry has eroded, and Meghan is reportedly against the idea due to the existing “bad blood” between them and the royal family.

The news of Prince Harry’s willingness to temporarily resume his royal duties has sparked discussions about the complexities of his relationship with the royal family and the challenges he faces in balancing his desire for a return with the realities of his current life in California. As the world watches, the Duke of Sussex may find himself at a crossroads between his past and present commitments.

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