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Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet ‘Will Not Return to UK’ Despite King Charles’s One Wish

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The British Royal Family, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have made the decision that their children, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet, will not be returning to the United Kingdom, despite King Charles’s earnest wish to have more frequent visits with his grandchildren. This revelation has left the newly crowned monarch disheartened and disappointed, a sentiment disclosed by royal expert Michael Cole.

According to reports by Express, During an appearance on GB News, Cole shared insights into King Charles’s deep hurt stemming from the limited time spent with his grandchildren since their relocation to the United States. Notably, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet did not visit the UK in 2023, even though Prince Harry made several trips back for various reasons.

“I think the King feels [hurt] by the fact that he does not see his grandchildren in California. It would be quite natural for any man to wish to see his grandchildren,” expressed Cole. “I know for a fact that the King is very keen. He loves his children, he loves his grandchildren, he loves his godchildren.

Cole underscored that the strained relationship and physical distance between the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and the British Royal Family have contributed to the limited contact between King Charles and his grandchildren. The King’s yearning to spend time with Archie and Lilibet reflects the intricate dynamics within the royal family.

Despite Prince Harry and Meghan Markle maintaining independence and pursuing philanthropic ventures in the United States, their choice not to bring their children back to the UK presents a challenge for the monarchy in bridging the geographical gap.

Cole suggests that this separation may persist, stating, “It will be a long time before the King sees them.”

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This development unfolds amid ongoing speculation about the relationship dynamics between Prince Harry and other members of the royal family. The Duke of Sussex has been candid about his struggles within the institution, particularly in interviews and discussions about mental health.

The decision to keep Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet in the US underscores the Sussexes’ commitment to providing their children with a life outside the constraints of royal tradition. It also highlights the challenges the monarchy faces in adapting to a rapidly changing world and the evolving roles of its members.

As the Duke and Duchess of Sussex continue to forge their own path, the question lingers: Can King Charles and the rest of the royal family navigate these uncharted waters and maintain a meaningful connection with the youngest generation of royals? For now, it seems the distance between the UK and California will persist, leaving King Charles to grapple with the complex emotions surrounding his limited time with Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet

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