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Prince Harry ‘Furious And In Tears’: Overwhelmed By Charles III’s Decision

The rift within Britain’s royal family appears to deepen as Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex, reportedly reacts with intense emotion to a recent decision by his father, King Charles III. According to royal insiders, the younger son of the monarch was left “absolutely furious and in tears” following his eviction from Frogmore Cottage—a place he once called home with his wife, Meghan Markle, and their children.

A Royal Rift Transcends the Atlantic

Since stepping back from royal duties and relocating to California in 2020, Harry and Meghan’s relationship with the royal family has been fraught with tension. The situation escalated over a year ago, in March 2023, when, following the publication of Harry’s explosive memoirs, the King reportedly asked him to vacate Frogmore Cottage. This residence, situated on the grounds of Windsor Castle, had been the family’s UK base since their marriage.

The Final Straw at Frogmore

A source close to the royal family revealed, “The Sussexes no longer rent Frogmore Cottage. This privilege has been revoked.” They added, “It’s over for them in the UK. If they want a residence in the UK, they will have to buy one privately.” This decision was perceived by Harry as not just a personal slight but a punitive action by his father. In June 2023, Harry and Meghan returned the keys to Frogmore Cottage, and their remaining possessions were shipped to California.

Harry’s Reaction and the Future

The prince reportedly felt that his father had no right to make such a decision, describing it as purely vindictive. This latest development might not only strain the familial bonds further but also reshape how Harry and Meghan plan their occasional returns to the UK.

As the Sussexes forge their new lives in America, the implications of this royal eviction resonate beyond mere logistics of residence—it marks a poignant chapter in Harry’s ongoing narrative of independence and individuality away from the royal fold. As the family dynamics continue to unfold, the world watches how this decision will impact the already delicate balance of royal relations.

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