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Prince Harry is set to maintain a prestigious position within the Royal Family due to the role his father Prince Charles is destined to inherit following the end of the Queen's reign.
The royal author Brian Hoey has said that the Duke of Sussex,37,will continue to keep a prominent position despite Megxit.
Brian issued: "One has to remember, in the not too distance future – although I hope it is going to be a long way in the future – Harry is going to be the son of the King.
"So they've got to be very careful how they handle him, you see, because no matter what happens, they can never take that away from him."
In January 2020, Harry and Meghan decided to "step back as 'senior' members" of the British royal family.
This decision resulted in the Duke and Duchess of Sussex no longer holding military and royal patronages.
They can also no longer carry out engagements as representatives of the Queen or the Crown.
Prince Harry's bond with the Crown will continue to be strong even after the end of Charles's reign, as the Duke's brother Prince William will inherit the Crown.
The royal author also issued that a reunion of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex with their family in Britain and introducing their daughter Lilibet Diana to the Queen could help heal the family's relationship.
He said: "It would be a very easy thing for the rift to be healed between them, very easy."
He added the tensions between Meghan and Harry and their royal relatives may not be running as high as the public presume.
Brian said: "Because I am absolutely sure the Queen holds no feelings of disapproval towards Harry and Meghan, none whatsoever.
"And she would certainly welcome them back if they returned and she would like them to be all together."
The Queen spoke highly about Prince Harry and Meghan in all the public statements issued in regard to their decision to leave the Firm as working royals.
Meghan and Harry also stressed their relationship with the monarch has remained very good following their relocation abroad.
Speaking to Oprah Winfrey in early 2021 about the relationship with his family, the Duke said: "I've spoken more to my grandmother in the last year than I have done for many, many years."
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