Historian Robert Lacey alleges that the 36-year-old is feeling ‘homesick’ and ‘mournfully’ ringing friends over in England as he muses over his past choices.
In the Daily Mail, the expert penned: “‘Homesick Harry’ has been calling UK pals mournfully in recent weeks, since his public complaints against Prince Charles were so poorly received.”
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According to Lacey, the Duke of Sussex’s friends ‘have been trying to point out to him the risk he is running with his stream of hurtful, personal complaints’.
The author added: “I’m told that Harry has been telling friends that he would like to reconcile, and is willing to admit some of the missteps he has made.”
On June 25, Prince Harry returned to the UK so that he could take part in the unveiling of the Princess Diana statue.
The last time the dad-of-two visited England was back in April. He was spotted with his brother, Prince William, as they mourned the loss of their grandfather, Prince Philip.
Since returning, Prince Harry is said to have already reunited with his grandmother, The Queen, as he spends his time at Frogmore Cottage, where he spent the first year of his marriage to Meghan Markle.
The Duke hasn’t been joined by his wife in his visits to the UK this year, as the couple has just welcomed their second child, a baby girl.
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