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Megxit: Prince Charles Always Envisioned Working With His Two Sons

Megxit: Prince Charles never wanted Harry and Meghan out
January 14, 2020 - 19:32 / Laura Pérez

Last week Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan revealed their desire of stepping back from their royal duties and becoming financially independent. Only yesterday the Queen released a very personal statement but now a close palace source has talked about Prince Charles' opinion on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's departure.

Tensions within the royal family are still high after Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan revealed their decision of stepping down from their roles. Although the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's position is understandable, as the Queen recently stated, a close palace source has talked about Prince Charles' opinion on Harry and Meghan's departure.

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Prince Charles never wanted Harry and Meghan out

According to People those who are close to Prince Charles say that he never wanted Harry and Meghan out; "he has always envisioned working with both of his sons and their families in the future." However, for both private and public reasons, the royal family is trying to make things right and helping the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to find a place where they feel comfortable. 

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, at Canada House in London after returning from their six week break from Royal duties, January 2020

Megxit: Her Majesty released a personal statement showing her support to Harry and Meghan

Only yesterday the Queen had a meeting with Prince Harry, Prince William, and Prince Charles, at her Sandringham home where they discussed Harry and Meghan's decision of stepping back as senior members of the royal family. After the summit, she released a personal statement saying that "Although we would have preferred them to remain full-time working Members of the Royal Family, we respect and understand their wish to live a more independent life."

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