Palace Officials Concerned Over Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s International Tours

The recent three-day visit by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to Nigeria has raised eyebrows within the Royal Family, prompting concerns about the couple’s future international trips resembling ‘official royal tours.’

While the Royal Family cannot directly intervene in the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s private overseas visits, there are discussions about potential measures to discourage what some perceive as ‘quasi-royal tours.’

According to royal expert Tom Skyes, Palace officials may explore diplomatic channels to discourage friendly states from hosting such trips.

“Everywhere they went in Nigeria they were greeted as royalty,” Skyes observed of Harry and Meghan’s visit. “The royals can’t stop them doing more tours.”

However, he suggested that governments might exert diplomatic pressure to dissuade the hosting of these quasi-royal visits.

“The government might seek to apply serious diplomatic pressure on friendly states not to host these quasi-royal tours,” Skyes explained, hinting at potential behind-the-scenes efforts to influence the couple’s future travel plans.

Despite stepping down as working royals in 2020 and relocating to California, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s continued use of their royal status has garnered attention.

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Skyes noted that their actions suggest they intend to leverage their royal connections, even as they pursue private endeavors.

The couple’s approach to international travel has become a point of contention, with concerns about the implications of their visits and the perception of their role within the Royal Family.

As discussions continue within royal circles, the question of how to navigate Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s quasi-royal engagements remains a topic of interest and debate.

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